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Material cultures of television (2019)
Journal Article
Kleinecke-Bates, I. (2019). Material cultures of television. Journal of Popular Television, 7(2), 121-125. https://doi.org/10.1386/jptv.7.2.121_2

Research indicates that deaf children can have marked social difficulties compared with their hearing peers. Factors that influence these social interactions need to be reviewed to inform interventions. A systematic search of 5 key databases and 3 sp... Read More about Material cultures of television.

Television style/stylish television: Mad Men, television and the fashioning of the self (2019)
Journal Article
Kleinecke-Bates, I. (2019). Television style/stylish television: Mad Men, television and the fashioning of the self. Journal of Popular Television, 7(2), 217-234. https://doi.org/10.1386/jptv.7.2.217_1

Mad Men utilizes television, quotes television and contemplates and negotiates its role, to the extent that the show is also about television, mediating it as diegetic and non-diegetic, within and without, deliberately returning to the medium's early... Read More about Television style/stylish television: Mad Men, television and the fashioning of the self.

Heritage, history, and gardening: The Victorian Kitchen Garden (BBC/Sveringes television 2, 1987) and the representation of the Victorian age as cultural homeland (2009)
Journal Article
Kleinecke-Bates, I. (2009). Heritage, history, and gardening: The Victorian Kitchen Garden (BBC/Sveringes television 2, 1987) and the representation of the Victorian age as cultural homeland. Visual culture in Britain, 10(1), 71-85. https://doi.org/10.1080/14714780802686340

This article examines the representation of the past on British television. As a response to the perennial popularity of history programming, debates about authenticity and truth in relation to television's rendering of history have been particularly... Read More about Heritage, history, and gardening: The Victorian Kitchen Garden (BBC/Sveringes television 2, 1987) and the representation of the Victorian age as cultural homeland.