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Friends, Lovers, Co-workers, and Community: Everything I Know About Relationships I Learned from Television
By Kathleen M. Ryan (editor), Deborah A. Macey (editor), Lauren Bratslavsky (contributor), Noah J. Springer (editor) and Mary Erickson (editor)
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Publisher Lexington Books
Publication date June 15, 2016
Pages 280
Binding Hardcover
Book category Adult Non-Fiction
ISBN-13 9781498512954
ISBN-10 149851295X
Dimensions 0 by 6 by 9 in.
Original list price $90.00
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Amazon.com description: Product Description: Friends, Lovers, Co-Workers, and Community analyzes how television narratives form the first decade of the twenty-first century are powerful socializing agents which both define and limit the types of acceptable interpersonal relationships between co-workers, friends, romantic partners, family members, communities, and nations. This book is written by a diverse group of scholars who used a variety of methodological and theoretical approaches to interrogate the ways through which television molds our vision of ourselves as individuals, ourselves as in relationships with others, and ourselves as a part of the world. This book will appeal to scholars of communication studies, cultural studies, media studies, and popular culture studies.

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With Noah J. Springer (other contributor), Deborah A. Macey (other contributor), Mary Erickson (other contributor), Kathleen M. Ryan (other contributor) | from Lexington Books (June 15, 2016)
9781498512954 | details & prices | 280 pages | List price $90.00
About: Friends, Lovers, Co-Workers, and Community analyzes how television narratives form the first decade of the twenty-first century are powerful socializing agents which both define and limit the types of acceptable interpersonal relationships between co-workers, friends, romantic partners, family members, communities, and nations.

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