JASON MITTELL TELEVISION AND AMERICAN CULTURE PDF

Education[ edit ] Mittell received his Ph. In the spring of , Mittell obtained an M. Mittell completed his undergraduate studies at Oberlin College in Oberlin, Ohio in , graduating with a B. Academic positions[ edit ] Mittell taught Communication at Georgia State University from to

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Education[ edit ] Mittell received his Ph. In the spring of , Mittell obtained an M. Mittell completed his undergraduate studies at Oberlin College in Oberlin, Ohio in , graduating with a B. Academic positions[ edit ] Mittell taught Communication at Georgia State University from to He is currently writing a book on contemporary American television narrative.

Mittell also writes a blog entitled JustTV. This is especially the case with seriality , i. The core assumption of this approach is that viewers actively construct storyworlds in their minds, and that the best way to understand the comprehension process is through the tools of cognitive psychology. Mittell, however, makes a point of stressing that he believes that cognitivist approaches are fully compatible with cultural approaches in terms of understanding and studying television shows, arguing that we "can combine what we know about cultural contexts with the mechanics of mental comprehension and engagement to develop a more pluralistic set of theoretical tools.

What does that mean for traditional scholarship? Does traditional scholarship lose value? The book " Professors will find this textbook comprehensive and well-organized, while students will find it engaging and provocative.

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