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Suggested Reading List for Media Scholarship 2010.

Texts marked with an * are available at Wellington City Central Library

You are expected to read widely in order to be able to meet the demands of the Scholarship examination. Your teacher will set some readings for some tutorial discussions in order to ensure full participation in discussions. Your teacher may provide readings for some tutorial sessions.

You should expect to participate in researched seminar presentations.

GENERAL READINGS IN MEDIA STUDIES

Allan, Stuart (2000): News Culture, London: Open University Press.

* Burton, Graeme (1990) More than Meets the Eye: An Introduction to Media Studies. London; New York: E. Arnold.

* Carey, James W. (1989) Communication as Culture: Essays on Media and Society. Boston: Unwin Hyman.


French, Karl. Ed. (1996) Screen Violence. London: Bloomsbury.

* Inglis, Fred (1990) Media Theory: An Introduction. Oxford, UK.

Mast, Cohen, (1974) Film Theory and Criticism. OUP: Toronto.

* Kieran, Matthew (ed) (1998) Media Ethics. London ; New York : Routledge

Macey, David (2001), The Penguin Dictionary of Critical Theory. Penguin, London.

* McLuhan, M. (reprint 2000) The Medium is the Massage - An Inventory of Effects. London: Gingko Press.

* McLuhan, M. (2000). Understanding Media: The Extensions of Man. Edited by W. Terrence Gordon.

Modleski, T (1982) Studies in Entertainment: Critical Approaches to Mass Culture. Bloomington & Indianapolis: Indiana University Press.

* O'Shaughnessy, Michael (1999) Media & Society: An Introduction South Melbourne, Vic: Oxford University Press.

O’Sullivan, Tim & Yvonne Jewkes (1997). The Media Studies Reader. London: Arnold Press.

Rayner, Philip, Peter Wall and Stephen Kruger (2001): Media Studies: the Essential Introduction. London and New York: Routledge.

Stevenson, Nick (1995). Understanding Media Cultures Sage, London.

* Sardar, Ziauddin and Borin Van Loon (2000) Introducing Media Studies.Cambridge [England]: Icon.

Taylor, Lisa and Andrew Willis (1999) Media Studies: Texts, Institutions, and Audiences, Oxford: Blackwell Publishers.

Tolson, Andrew (1996) Mediations: Text and Discourse in Media Studies. London: Arnold Press.

* New Zealand Journal of Media Studies. Published by Massey University, bi-annually.

FILM READINGS

* Cairns, (1994) Barbara Shadows on the Wall: a Study of Seven New Zealand Feature Films. Auckland, N.Z.: Longman Paul.

Cook, Pam. ed (1999 & 2001). The Cinema Book. Volumes 1 and 2. London: British Film Institute

Gledhill, Christine, & Williams, Linda, eds (2000). Reinventing Film Studies. London: Arnold.

Hill, John and Pamela Church Gibson eds. (2001): Film Studies: Critical Approaches, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Hollows, Joanne; Hutchings, Peter, & Jancovich, Mark, eds (2000) The Film Studies Reader. London: Arnold.

Lehman, P. ed. (1997) Defining Cinema. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.

Mast, G., M. Cohen and L. Braudy eds. (1992) Film Theory and Criticism: Introductory Readings. 4th edition, New York: Oxford University Press.

Monaco, J. (1977) How to Read a Film. New York/Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Neale, Stephen. (1980) Genre. London: British Film Institute.

Stam, Robert, and Toby Miller eds. (2000) Film and Theory: An Anthology. Oxford: Blackwell.

TELEVISION READINGS


* Fiske, John. (1995) Television Culture. London: Routledge

Gauntlett, David. (1995) Moving Experiences: Understanding Television's Influences and Effects. London: John Libbey Media

Gripsrud, Jostein (2000) Television and Common Knowledge. London and New York: Routledge.

Lealand, Geoff and Helen Martin. (2001) It’s All Done with Mirrors: About Television. Palmerston North: Dunmore Press.


* Marc, David. (1989) Comic Visions: Television Comedy and American Culture. Boston: Unwin Hyman.


McQueen, David. (1998) Television: A Media Student’s Guide. London: Arnold.

Newcomb, Horace, ed. (1994). Television: the critical view – Fifth Edition, Oxford University Press, New York.

Ross, Karen (1996) Black and White Media: Black Images in Popular Film and Television, Cambridge: Polity,

CENSORSHIP READINGS

Bridgeman, Geoff. (1992). Looking Back on a Decade of Television Violence. Auckland: Mental Health Foundation.


Christoffel, Paul. (1989). Censored: A Short History of Censorship in New Zealand. Wellington: Ministry of Internal Affairs.


French, Karl. (1996). Editor. Screen Violence, London: Bloomsbury Press.


Kinder, Marsha. (1991). Playing With Power: In Movies: Television and Video Games.

Los Angeles: University of California.


Levine, Madeline. (1996) Viewing Violence: How Media Affects Your Child's and Adolescent's Development. New York: Bantam Doubleday.


Provenzo, Eugene. F. (1991).Video Kids: Making Sense of Nintendo. Massachusetts: Harvard University Press.


* Thomas, Roger (2001) Media and Censorship. Oxford: Heinemann Library.


Van Evra, Judith. (1990). Television and Child Development. New Jersey: Lawrence Eribaum and

Associates.


Watson, Chris and Shuker, Roy. (1998) In the Public Good? Censorship in New Zealand. Palmerston North: Dunmore Press.


For decisions made by the BSA (Broadcasting Standards Authority: www.bsa.govt.nz


For information on Censorship Codes for Broadcasting also visit: www.bsa.govt.nz


For information on the Office of Film and Literature Classification visit: www. justice. govt.nz For general information on censorship and television or film violence, use the NZ Search engine and use keywords.


Censorship/Net Safety information: www.dia.govt.nz


For Information on NZ Censorship, contact: The Office of Film and Literature Classifications

4 1h Floor, BP House, 20 Customhouse Quay, PO Box 1999, Wellington. Tel: 04 471 6770

AUDIENCE READINGS

Dickinson Roger, Ramaswami Harindranath and Olga Linné eds. (1998). Approaches to Audiences. London: Arnold Press

For information on audience/ratings, see www.acnielsen.co.nz

ADVERTISING READINGS

Myers, Greg (1999). Ad Worlds: Brands, Media, Audiences, London: Arnold

Sutherland, Max and Alice Sylvester. (2000). Advertising and the Mind of the Consumer. NSW: Allen & Unwin.




NEW ZEALAND MEDIA INDUSTRY/PRODUCTION READINGS

Resources for information on media industries in New Zealand are best sought from specific organisations. Some possible organisations are listed here:


NZ Film Commission

www.nzfilm.co.nz


NZ Film Archives

www.filmarchive.org.nz


TVNZ

www.tvnz.co.nz

www.ketupa.net

www.executive.govt.nz/minister/hobbs/tvnz/ (TVNZ Charter)


NZ on Air

www.nzonair.govt.nz


Creative NZ

www.creativenz.govt.nz


Radio New Zealand

www.radionz.co.nz


New Zealand Film and Video Technicians Guild

www.nzfvtg.org.nz


Ministry for Culture and Heritage

www.cultureandheritage.govt.nz


Te Mangai Paho Maori Broadcasting Funding Agency Aoteroa New Zealand

www.tmp.govt.nz/media/media.asp

www.maoritelevision.com


General Media information

www.beehive.govt.nz/film/facts.cfm

www.xtra.co.nz

www.scoop.co.nz

www.stuff.co.nz

www.onfilm.co.nz

www.flyingfish.co.nz

www.databook.co.nz

www.zeroland.co.nz

www.nzherald.co.nz

www.mediawatch.co.nz

www.filmfactorynz.co.nz

www.nzoom.com

www.industrytaskforces.govt.nz/screen/terms.html


SPADA - Screen Production and Development Association

www.spada.co.nz


Screen Directors Guild of New Zealand

www.sdgnz.co.nz

NZ Listener

www.listener.co.nz


NZ Film Production

filmpost.co.nz

www.marketnewzealand.co.nz

www.filmlab.co.nz

www.rocketrentals.com

www.hgcl.co.nz

www.spp.co.nz/

www.onfilm.co.nz

www.filmfund.co.nz

www.beehive.govt.nz/film/home.cfm

www.picturetalk.co.nz

www.film.co.nz.

www.zoomslide.com

www.fisheyefilms.co.nz

www.filmunit.com

www.wiftnewzealand.org.nz

www.hetaonga.co.nz

www.filmsouth.com

www.spectrum.net.nz

www.apt.org.nz

http://www.med.govt.nz/irdev/econ_dev/growth-innovation/screen/factsheets/factsheets-02.html


RESOURCES ON THE INTERNET


Media Studies’ resources on the Internet are vast. There are numerous links and sites, particularly for film and film studies, so only a few are listed here that have generally performed consistently in providing both useful and accurate information. The sites listed also tend to hold good lists of additional links to other sites of interest. You will need to ‘surf’ in order to find which sites will work for you personally and make discriminating choices. Remember to keep an active record of sites visited if you are planning to use material from Internet sources. You will need to reference material and ensure that you uphold copyright law.


www.imdb.com

www.bfi.org.uk

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A GENERAL NOTE


These are basic introductory texts and articles. You should maintain a vigilant watch on contemporary media commentary. The magazines ‘Empire’, ‘AdMedia’, ‘The Listener’ and ‘North and South,’ as well as newspapers, often contain references to media issues/trends, effects or film analysis.
ww.ewmediastudies.com


www.popculture.com

www.englishandmedia.co.uk

www.waikato.ac.nz/film

www.aber.ac.uk/media/index.html

www.transparencynow.com

www.filmnotes.com

www.theory.org.uk

www.cultsock.ndirect.co.uk

www.media-awareness.ca

www.metaphilm.com



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