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9780415259026

Irish Media and Popular Culture: Conformity, Dissent, Difference

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  • ISBN13:

    9780415259026

  • ISBN10:

    0415259029

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2051-02-11
  • Publisher: Routledge

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A survey introduction to contemporary media culture in Ireland, covering print and broadcast media (including Irish language media such as local/pirate radio); the representation of "Irishness" and Irish history in television and film - from Ballykissangel to Michael Collins; popular music, gay and lesbian culture; mural painting in Northern Ireland; sports culture; and youth culture. Case studies are used throughout to ground the theoretical and historical discussion.

Table of Contents

IRISH MEDIA AND POPULAR CULTURE:CONFORMITY, DISSENT, DIFFERENCEINTRODUCTION: Mediascape, modernity and popular culturePART I IMPRINTING DIFFERENCE- The Mainstream Press, New Immigrants and Ethnic Difference- Alternative Press, Gay Culture and Different SexualitiesPART II ELECTRONIC IDENTITIES3. Public, Pirate and Private: Dissenting radio cultures since Radio na Gaeltacha4. Popular TV and Millennial Masculinities: Bachelors Walk (RTE)5. TV and New Media in Northern Ireland since 1995: Histories, Archives and CommunitiesPART III POPULAR PERFORMANCE6. Cross-Dressing Comic Performers: 'Old Mother Riley', Jimmy O'Dea and Jimmie Young7. The Performance of Sporting Celebrity: George Best, Alex Higgins, Francis Barrett8. Boy blands? Music, youth and commodificationPART IV POPULAR CINEMATIC MEDIATIONS10. Contemporary Crime, the Gangster Genre and Irish Cinema11. 'Bloody Sunday', Film and Popular History- Irish Travellers and the Representation of Ethnicity from WithinBibliography + Index

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