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Pages: 576

Language: English

Publisher: Routledge; 4 edition (17 Mar. 2006)

By: Gill Branston(Author)

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Available in colour for the first time, thoroughly revised, re-ordered and completely updated with recent examples and expanded coverage of current issues, this fourth edition is a must-have introduction to media studies.

The chapters are all supported by case studies which cover every key topic in the field, from CSI: Miami to the Ring Cycle and reality TV. The book is divided into four parts studying key concepts; media practices; media debates; and providing rich resources in the final reference section.

Stimulating and easy to use, The Media Student’s Book includes:

  • marginal terms, definitions, references and jokes, all allied to a full glossary
  • follow-up activities, suggestions for further reading, useful websites and a companion support website at www.routledge.com/textbooks/0415371430
  • references and examples from advertising, TV, films, radio, newspapers, photography and the internet.

Written by two leading teaching figures in the field, this book undoubtedly lives up to its reputation as the finest resource available to all media studies students.


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Customer reviews:

  • By Cazza on 26 January 2015

    Just what my daughter needed for her Media Production degree

  • By KJ Mansfield on 4 March 2010

    for all media students even for university use as easy read in understanding most of the topics associated with the modules required to learn

  • By Womblinfree on 1 May 2014

    Bought this for my son and his media studies tutor said no good for a level media studies as its out of date? However is is the latest issue pr so it states it is, probably just a new cover maybe.. Now for sale on ebay

  • By Wild Thing on 24 March 2006

    I found Branston and Stafford's Media and Students Book, extremely helpful to me in my first year of studying media studies.Quoting several different scholars and theorists, to back up some well thought out and well explained ideas behind media.It was an excellent stepping stone for me and a platform to read more advanced media books, as this one was the foundation or the ground floor of media books, it covers the basics of media.Overall a good read and highly reccommended.

  • By Haydon Beagley on 1 January 2012

    Bought this book when I started my Media Course in College and this book has saved my bacon.It is clear and easy to read with helpful links... It's a media tutor to go!If you are studying media I would highly recommend this book, or just for anyone who has a keen interest in Media.

  • By Whovian on 10 January 2011

    This book is the perfect addition for a level to degree. it is not as bulky as the 4th edition, with just the same information

  • By JurnoGirl on 21 February 2016

    This book is a lifesaver for me. I have used it throughout my three years at university to inform me when it comes to writing my essays.I would definitely recommend it as it is jam-packed with information about concepts that can be difficult to find elsewhere or even in one place (or shall I say one book).However, as this is an older version I would recommend the newer version if you can afford it, if not this is a close second.

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