Television, sex and society : analyzing contemporary representations
Television, sex and society : analyzing contemporary representations / edited by Basil Glynn, James Aston, and Beth Johnson.
New York : Continuum, c2012.
xxi, 196 p. ; 23 cm.
- Other contributors
Aston, James, 1973-
Johnson, Beth, 1980-
Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Pt. 1. TV and the democratization of sex
- Shameless: situating sex beyond the city/ Beth Johnson
- Sex, society and the slayer/ Madeleine Smith
- Fangbanging: sexing the vampire in Alan Ball's True Blood/ Melanie Waters
- True Blood, sex and online fan culture/ Emily Brick
- Pt. 2. TV and the absence of sex
- Beekeeper suits, plastic casings, rubber gloves and cling film: examining the importance of "no-sex" sex in Pushing Daisies/ Rebecca Feasey
- Television x-cised: restricted hardcore and the resisting of the real/ James Aston
- Imagination in the box: Woju's realism and the representation of Xiaosan/ Ruth Y.Y. Hung
- My lovely Sam-soon: absent sex and The unbearable lightness of sweet Korean romance/ Jeongmee Kim
- pt. 3. TV sex and heritage: sexual representation and re-presentation
- "Why should I hide my regard": erotic Austen/ Jonathon Shears
- Performance anxiety and costume drama: lesbian sex on the BBC/ Amber Regis
- The conquests of Henry VIII: masculinity, sex and the national past in The Tudors/ Basil Glynn.
- Subject headings
Sex on television.
9781441179456 (hardcover : alk. paper)
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