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CSI changes the way television drama looks in the multiple sense of its high production values, its novel autoptic and anatomic imagery and the gazes it configures for the viewer. In these ways CSI showcases the performance of forensic science, trades on an appetite for CG effects and, through...
This article is an examination of an ancient but widespread model of the body known as the subtle body. Subtle body is a term used to describe a model of embodied subjectivity in which matter and consciousness are not understood as ontologically distinct but as varieties of ‘energy’...
At the turn of the millennium, science documentaries show a particular penchant for the abundant use of animated visuals, obviously facilitated by new digital television techniques such as videographic animation and computer animatronics. Analyzing two recent science documentary series ( Walking...
The promotional and academic discourse surrounding new media suggests that they offer more fun and more pleasure than existing or traditional media. However, academic work within media and cultural studies has failed to interrogate these claims empirically. This article critically assesses the...
This article examines the implications of Paul Willis’s conceptualizations of ‘common culture’ and the cultural commodity for understanding sport as a popular cultural form. It argues that Willis's Ethnographic Imagination (2000) successfully addresses accusations of ‘cultural populism’...
This article re-examines some current theoretical trends through which concepts such as diaspora and hybridity have been theorized in cultural studies in the western academy. It argues that these concepts are being rearticulated in new ways in neoliberal globalization, which has implications for...
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