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Discourses of care, media practices and cultures, edited by Amy Holdsworth, Karen Lury and Hannah Tweed

"This critical anthology, featuring a joint authored critical introductory essay and 15 specially commissioned original essays, is the first edited collection to address the relationship between media (films, television documentaries and non-theatrical cinema) in relation to the concept and practice of care and caregiving"--, Provided by publisher
Table Of Contents
Signs of Care : assisted suicide on television / Helen Wheatley -- Gestures of care in Briony Campbell's The Dad Project / Agnese Sile -- Care, illness and television spectatorship / Paul Sutton -- Are digital platforms and touchscreen devices effective caretakers? The touch-and-go of users with visual impairments / Anna Piccoli -- Making Television Accessible with Audio Description / Kerr Castle -- Controversies of Care : Technology, Caregivers, and Autiebiography / Hannah Tweed -- Performances of Care : Film, Re-education and Shell-shock / Robert Hemmings -- Care-full Cinema: Perspectives on care-relationships in French educational film, 1950s-1990s / Christian Bonah & Joel Danet -- Assessing changes to the welfare state : An investigation into the effects of regional media on local services and recipients of care in 1980s North East England / Ben Lamb -- Failings in the duty of care : Mediated discourses on "children at risk" / Maggie Sweeney -- Care and cultures of television news production : the case of BBC Newsnight / Rowan Aust -- B is for.... Body / Andrew Kötting -- Care as practice and provocation : A response to Andrew Kötting / Amy Holdsworth
Literary Form
non fiction
First edition.
Physical Description
1 online resource (272 pages), illustrations
Specific Material Designation
Form Of Item

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