The shape of the book. The 'handmaiden' model reconsidered
1. A tale of two institutions. The humanities in Australian tertiary education. Cultural studies and criticism. Cultural policy. The Australian television system. Symbolic policy, symbolic criticism?
2. Nations at the crossroads. The nation between internationalism and localism. Economic rationalism and cultural regulation. The inquiry into Australian content on commercial television. Conclusion: policy-oriented television analysis
3. The unworthy discourse? Advertising and national culture. The inquiry into foreign content in television advertisements. Cultural studies and advertising. Television advertising and national culture. Conclusion
4. The future close at hand: pay television in Australia. The shape of debate on pay television in Australia. Issues for cultural studies. Conclusion
5. Shock! Horror! Violence and television. Dominant paradigms. Cultural studies responses. Violence and public policy in Australia. The Australian Broadcasting Tribunal inquiry into violence on television. Implications for cultural studies. Conclusion
6. Implications for research, education and policy. Implications for research. Shaping the curriculum. Policy implications.
Bibliography: p. 183-195.
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