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What does it mean, she queries, that suburban households of the s often revolved around television, which brought public issues into a traditionally private space? Sign in via your Institution Sign in. You do not currently have access to this article.
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Remarkable for the integration of race, gender, and class into the analysis. Can I get dremhouse copy? Television and the Family Ideal in Postwar America, a cultural history of American television that focuses on discourses surrounding television’s installation in the domestic sphere following World War II.
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Television and Modern Art, Barbies without Ken: She tweaks received wisdom about toy collectors as geeks by arguing that Barbie—a doll whose popularity would not be possible without television—has found a considerable place in the feminist, queer, and artistic imaginations.
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