The Comedia series features new theoretical and empirical work exploring the dynamics of the arts and culture industries, and addressing critical issues in the field of contemporary popular culture: issues of production, design, marketing, and consumption. While the principle focus is contemporary, the series also offers historical, educational, and policy-oriented perspectives across a broad range of media and cultural forms, from the news media to the visual arts.
Timeshift On Video Culture
Hiding in the Light On Images and Things
Teletechnologies, Place, and Community
The Photographic Image in Digital Culture
By Jonas Andersson Schwarz
February 12, 2018
It is apparent that file sharing on the Internet has become an emerging norm of media consumption—especially among young people. This book provides a critical perspective on this phenomenon, exploring issues related to file sharing, downloading, peer-to-peer networks, "piracy," and (not least) ...
By Armand Mattelart
November 20, 1991
First published in 1991. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company....
By Zlatan Krajina
October 27, 2016
This book is an interdisciplinary empirical investigation of how people interact with public screens in their daily lives. In more and more surprising locations, screens of various kinds appear within the sightlines of passers-by in contemporary cities. Outdoor advertisers target audiences which ...
By David Morley
February 25, 1988
First Published in 2006. In this detailed study of television viewing among families from different cultural backgrounds, Morley develops many of the themes of his earlier work on the nationwide audience. This book extends that work into new territory, examining different ways in which television ...
By Robert Lumley
August 01, 1988
A provocative contribution to the current debate on museums, this collection of essays contains contributions from France, Britain, Australia, the USA and Canada....
By Dick Hebdige
April 28, 1989
Dick Hebdige looks at the creation and consumption of objects and images as diverse as fashion and documentary photographs, 1950's streamlined cars, Italian motor scooters, 1980's 'style manuals', Biff cartoons, the Band Aid campaign, Pop Art and promotional music videos. He assesses their broad ...
By Dick Hebdige
August 10, 1987
First published in 1987. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company....
By Rowan Wilken
March 27, 2014
Teletechnologies, or technologies of distance, cannot be ignored. Indeed, the present electronic age is said to have wrought profound changes to how we think about and experience who we are, where we are, and how we relate with one another. Place and community have traditionally formed key concepts...
By Martin Lister
October 25, 2013
This new edition of The Photographic Image in Digital Culture explores the condition of photography after some 20 years of remediation and transformation by digital technology. Through ten especially commissioned essays, by some of the leading scholars in the field of contemporary photography ...
By Iain Chambers
August 09, 2001
Culture After Humanism asks what happens to the authority of traditional western modes of thought in the wake of postmodernist theories of language and identity. Drawing on examples from music, architecture, literature, philosophy and art, Iain Chambers investigates moments of tension, ...
By Elizabeth Evans
July 08, 2013
The early years of the twenty-first century have seen dramatic changes within the television industry. The development of the internet and mobile phone as platforms for content directly linked to television programming has offered a challenge to the television set’s status as the sole domestic ...