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"It's Time for My Story": Soap Opera Sources, Structure, and Response (Media and Society Series)

ISBN-13: 978-0275942977
ISBN-10: 027594297X
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"This is a serious analysis of both the programs and their critics which does a useful job making the format more understandable to those who cross serials off their list."-Communication Booknotes

"A refreshing entry into the growing list of studies of the soap opera genre."-Popular Culture in Libraries

"Her conclusion that the soaps have "resonance, complexity and spacious vision" is persuasive. Undergraduate; graduate; faculty."-Choice

?A refreshing entry into the growing list of studies of the soap opera genre.?-Popular Culture in Libraries

?Her conclusion that the soaps have "resonance, complexity and spacious vision" is persuasive. Undergraduate; graduate; faculty.?-Choice

?This is a serious analysis of both the programs and their critics which does a useful job making the format more understandable to those who cross serials off their list.?-Communication Booknotes

About the Author

CAROL TRAYNOR WILLIAMS is Professor of Humanities at Roosevelt University. Her research and writing focus on the social, political, and psychological effects of popular film, particularly on women and the image of women. Professor Williams, who is the author or co-author of several books, watched a dozen soap operas over a six-year period in doing her research for this book.

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