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M91 - The Famine Within our Culture
By: Catherine South
An appraisal of an important film on North American women's obsession with body size and shape, The Famine Within.

M98 - The Federal Repulbic of Sylvania Waters
By: David Rowe
This paper notes how Sylvania Waters' combination of fictional and realist conventions served readily as a vehicle for the exploration of discourses of comparative national cultural identity and character in Britain and Australia.

M108 - The Film Community Under Review The Critical Link - Film Culture
By: Tina Kaufman
The Review of Commonwealth Assistance to the Film Industry was announced late in September. The review is wide-ranging, proposing to assess the federal government support program for the film industry by examine both the effectiveness of current arrangeme

M131/132 - The Mary G Show
By: Raymond Madden
Looks at what The Mary G Show can tell us about social categories in Australia's new 'multicultural' north.

M68 - The Newspaper and Cultural Literacy
By: Garth Boomer
The keynote address at the second annual Newspaper Education Conference held in Sydney by the Pacific Area Newspaper Publishers' Association.

M106 - 'The Only Things That Aren't Fake are You, Me and Sprite' Ironies and Realities in Gen-X Advertising
By: Carolyn Hicks
This essay aims to explore the cultural phenomenon known as 'Generation X', its relation to advertising and the media and the post-modern fascination with 'the real' that is evident within this relation.

M124/125 - The Politics of Animation: South Park
By: Marian Quigley
Issues concerned with South Park's genre, style and content, youth audience and status as poplar culture. The series received a huge following with the screening on SBS and reached the 16 - 24 age group that SBS struggled to grasp in the past.

M124/125 - The Politics of Animation: South Park
By: Marian Quigley
Tracks the origins of television's South Park and its audience, and its claimed effects on children. This also includes exposure to violence, sex, drugs and coarse language. Mentions youth culture and also whether responsibility for chalderns viewing h

M127/128 - The Popcorn of the Past - Don Simpson's Hollywood As Promoter of Postmodernity.
By: Michel Grimshaw
Grimshaw outlines the differences between postmodernism and postmodernity. He deals with the issue of whether either are dead, or passˇ. He looks directly to Simpson's promotion of postmodernity and how this has influenced popular culture.

ME10 - The Simpsons: A Classroom Approach
By: Rod Carter
Regualr viewers and fans of The Simpsons find the show very funny, but also an important commentator on the state of popular culture and society, not just in America but also in Australia.

M97 - The Simpsons: Culture, Class and Popular TV
By: Terry Flew
In the 1992 US elections, George Bush declared that he wanted the American family to be more like The Waltons and less like The Simpsons. Two things struck me about this statement. The first was that the relationship between the media and the poltical pro

M86 - The State of Independent Film Production
By: Sharon Connolly
At the recent Melbourne Film Festival a public forum was held on the topic of the state of independent film production. Panel member Sharon Connolly argues that documentary film is an important element of Australian culture and should be the focus, as wel

ASE26/27 - Theatre and the Screenager
By: Noel Jordan
New technologies and screen culture are changing the landscape of contemporary theatre practice. Melbourne-based Arena Theatre Company leads the way.

ASE26/27 - Theatre and the Screenager
By: Noel Jordan
'New technologies and screen culture are changing the landscape of contemporary theatre practice. Melbourne based arena theatre company leads the way . . . '

ASE28 - Theoretical Analysis of a Mass Media Segment The Wiggles Magazine
By: Carla Dunn
A deconstruction of a 'letters page' of The Wiggles Magazine that utilizes the key areas of media techniques and practices as outlined in Constructing Realities - relationships between culture and meaning, the nature of an audience and agents and indus



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