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Chi viaggia ha delle storie da raccontare : those who travel have stories to tell

By John Hartley

Abstract

This review article uses the work of Italian scholar Milly Buonanno to review the state and future of television scholarship, given that the ‘age of television’ has been overtaken by the age of computer-based media. In particular, it discusses the role of open-ended narrative through which we collectively explore the human condition

Topics: 200100 COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA STUDIES, 190200 FILM TELEVISION AND DIGITAL MEDIA, 200299 Cultural Studies not elsewhere classified, Milly Buonanno, television studies, narrative, storytelling
Publisher: USC Annenberg Center
Year: 2009
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.qut.edu.au:26596

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