There's the great Marsha Cassidy article/chapter about audience
participation TV shows in the 1950s.

On Fri, Nov 14, 2008 at 8:23 AM, Frank, Michael <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> a student of mine is trying to do research on the role of diegetic
> audiences in films, the use of an on screen audience which in some way
> stands in for the viewer in the theater watching the film, and cues
> certain kinds of responses
> i know that there has been serious critical work done on this topic, but
> i've not been able to track anything down . . . i'd be very grateful for
> any leads to books or articles that take a serious look at this issue,
> even if only in passing
> many thanks
> mike
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Catherine Clepper
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Northwestern University

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