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Television beyond and across the Iron Curtain /

edited by Kirsten Bönker, Julia Obertreis and Sven Grampp.

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Names: Bönker, Kirsten, | Obertreis, Julia, | Grampp, Sven,
Published: Newcastle upon Tyne, UK : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2016.
Topics: Television - Soviet Union - History. | Television broadcasting - Social aspects - Europe, Eastern. | Television and politics - Europe, Eastern.
Regions: Europe, Eastern. | Soviet Union.
Genres: History.
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I. Transnational perspectives and media events. Looking east--watching west? On the asymmetrical interdependencies of Cold War European communication spaces / Andreas Fickers ; Campaigning against West Germany: East German television coverage of the Eichmann trial / Judith Keilbach ; Watching television, picturing outer space and observing the observer beyond: the first manned moon landing as seen on East and West German television / Sven Grampp -- II. Television and popular culture: films and serials. Between crossbow and ball gown, east and west: class and gender in the cult film Three wishes for Cinderella (Tři ořišky pro Popelku/Drei Haselnüsse für Aschenbrödel) / Hannah Mueller ; The socialist family sitcom: theatre at home (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 1972-Republic of Serbia 2007) / Nevena Daković and Aleksandra Milovanović ; Conceptualizing class and the nuclear family when All men are bastards: Dmitrii Fiks' The Balzac age / Theodora Trimble ; Rashid Nugmanov's film Igla (The needle): 'televisioned' cinema? / Maria Zhukova -- III. Television and the transgressing of language borders. TV as a linguistic issue in Yugoslavian Slovenia: a brief chronology from the 1960s to the 1980s / Lucia Gaja Scuteri ; "magic apparatus" and "Window to the foreign world"? The impact of televsion and foreign broadcasts on society and state-society relations in socialist Albania / Idrot Idrizi -- IV. The future of television beyond the Iron Curtain / James Schwoch.
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