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232 Pages | 48 black and white illus.

9.2 x 6.1 inches

ISBN: 9781526143600


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British Television and Constructs of Race

First Edition

Edited by Sarita Malik and Darrell M. Newton

Published by Manchester University Press

  • New in paperback
  • Explores texts and practices that address race and its relationship to television
  • Investigates television race policy, how transnationalism can diminish diversity, historical questions of representation and the myth of a multicultural England
  • Investigates television race policy, how transnationalism can diminish diversity, historical questions of representation and the myth of a multicultural England
  • Contains analyses of such programmes as Doctor Who, Shoot the Messenger, Desi DNA, Survivors, Top Boy and Till Death Us Do Part
  • Features an international roster of scholars, including Kehinde Andrews
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