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MST3135 Australian Television
Credit Points: 15

The primary focus is on Australian television as an object of study and this will be analysed from differing theoretical perspectives on television from theorists/writers of television in the UK, USA and Australia. The unit considers how our consumption and understanding of television has evolved given new technological developments, globalisation, and developments in media and television studies. Overall the topics provide a contextual understanding of the changing television mediascape.  

This Unit is part of the following Courses / Unit Sets
SMCFVDFilm and Video 8 Unit Supporting Major
MIFVIDFilm and Video Minor
MAFVIFilm and Video Major
SMCMEDMedia and Cultural Studies 8 Unit Supporting Major
MIMEDMedia and Cultural Studies Minor
MAMECLMedia and Cultural Studies Major
MASCSTScreen Studies Major
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Last Updated - Higher Education: 31/03/2006 VET: 31/03/2006