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Culture, communication and national identity: the case of Canadian television

Author: Collins, Richard Publisher: University of Toronto Press 1990.Language: EnglishDescription: 367 p. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 0802067727Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Print PN1992.3 .C36 C65 1990
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Includes bibliographical references and index


Culture, Communication, and National Identity: The Case of Canadian Television Contents PREFACE: THE MARTIAN VIEW ix ACKNOWLEDGMENTS xix Introduction 3 2 Structure and Historical Development of Canadian Television 42 3 1968 and After: The Public Sector and the Market from the Broadcasting Act to Caplan/Sauvageau 66 4 Nationalism 105 5 Maximization of Satisfaction: The Market Paradigm 141 6 Dependency Theory and Television in Canada 16o 7 The Intellectuals, Television, and the Two Solitudes 190 8 The Television Audience 228 9 National Culture; or, Where Is Here? 250 10 The Single Dramas: La misère canadienne 277 The Continental Culture and Canadian Television Drama: The Mini Series 298 12 Conclusion 327 REFERENCES 345 INDEX 359

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