sociology reading log easy 3

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*5 Total Readings*

Requirement: 2 page double spaced. No more no less Grading Rubric Attached. ASA format No more


Readings:

1.) Mittell, Jason. 2010. Television and American Culture. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 54-98.

Chapter 2: “Exchanging Audiences”

2.) Spigel, Lynn. 2013. “The Domestic Economy of Television Viewing in Postwar America.” Pp. 131-143 in The Media Studies Reader, edited by Laurie Ouellette. New York and London, Routledge.

3.) Cantor Muriel G. and Joel M. Cantor. 1986. “Audience Compositionand Television Content.” Pp. 214-225 in Media, Audience, and Social Structure, edited by Sandra Ball-Rokeach and Muriel G. Cantor. Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

4.) Grindstaff, Laura. 2015. “From the Networks to New Media: Making Sense of Television Audiences.” Pp. 339-355 in The Sage Handbook of Television Studies, edited by Manuel Alvarado, Milly Buonanno, Herman Gray, and Toby Miller. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

5.) Becker, Ron. 2013. “Glee/House Hunters International: Gay Narratives.” Pp.130-138 in How to Watch Television, edited by Ethan Thompson and Jason Mittell. New York, NY: NYU Press.

Prompt:

Discuss the ways in which the TV Show “Glee” contributed to scholarly understanding of how the concept of audience is recognized, analyzed, and understood.