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thirtysomething examines one of television's most emotionally and culturally resonant programs and its treatment of subjects such as the role of women, the nature of masculinity, and the problem of maintaining one's integrity in a business built on amorality.
About the Author :
Albert Auster has contributed to Thirtysomething: Television, Women, Men, and Work as an author.
ALBERT AUSTER is Associate Professor in the Department of Communication and Media Studies at Fordham University and a research associate at the McGannon Communications Research Center. He is a frequent contributor to Television Quarterly, The Journal of Popular Film and Television, and other journals, and is the author or co-author of books including How the War was Remembered: Hollywood and Vietnam (Praeger, 1988).
|Title:||Thirtysomething: Television, Women, Men, and Work||Publisher:||Lexington Books|
|Author:||Albert Auster, Leonard Quart|
|No. of Pages:||83|
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