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Speaking of Soap Operas 1st New edition Edition

ISBN-13: 978-0807841297
ISBN-10: 0807841293
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Allen's detailed study of the soap opera offers a superb model for television scholars.

Horace M. Newcomb

"An important contribution to the literature of mass communications.

Jane Feuer, University of Pittsburgh"

An important contribution to the literature of mass communications.

Jane Feuer, University of Pittsburgh

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Allen's detailed study of the soap opera offers a superb model for television scholars. It moves television genre study to a new stage in which formal, institutional, and social analysis are powerfully blended.--Horace M. Newcomb



Robert Allen delivers a fatal blow to empiricist mass communication research on soap operas, and at the same time demonstrates how soaps should be studied--as complex aesthetic, cultural, industrial, and historical texts. . . . An important contribution to the literature of mass communications.--Jane Feuer, University of Pittsburgh

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