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Sex, crime and entertainment: images of LGBT in the Indonesian news media2022 Indonesia and the Malay world 50 (146): 33-51
  • Benjamin Hegarty
H6/KX [INDONESIA-]1469-8382in special issue 'Situating anti-LGBT moral panics in Indonesia: homophobia, criminalisation, acceptance, and religiosity'
John Fiske and the building of cultural studies2022 International journal of cultural studies 25 (1): 3-13
  • Graeme Turner
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779
Poetic resistance: Karen long-distance nationalism, rap music, and YouTube2022 International journal of cultural studies 25 (1): 30-50
  • Charlotte Hill
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779
More than a makeover: discourses of masculinity, hyposexuality, and marriage in Queer Eye: We’re in Japan!2022 International journal of cultural studies 25 (2): 157-73
  • Daphne Gershon
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779
Feeling better: representing abortion in ‘feminist’ television2022 Culture, health & sexuality 24 (5): 597-611
  • Cordelia Freeman
H6/KGT [CULTURE-]1464-5351
Rap against brownface and the politics of racism in Singapore2022 Ethnic and racial studies 45 (7): 1239-60
  • Bittiandra Chand Somaiah
  • Selvaraj Velayutham
H6/KD [ETHNIC-]1466-4356
Binary inversions and gender fluidity in the Malay sitcom Senario2022 Bijdragen tot de taal-, land- en volkenkunde 178 (2/3): 306-29
  • Luqman Lee
H6/KX [BIJDRAGEN-]0006-2294
Deliberating herders: encouraging democratic deliberation in Mongolia2022 Nomadic peoples (NS) 26 (1): 134-53
  • Allison Hahn
H6/KF [NOMADIC-]0822-7942
From local fairs to televisual feasts: negotiating visibilities in the Portuguese territory2021 Etnográfica: revista do Centro de Estudos de Antropologia Social 25 (1): 211-30
  • Arlindo Horta
H6 [ETNOGRAFICA-]0873-6561in special section 'Desafios do 'turístico' na atualidade'; English summary
Morbo, lucha libre, and television: the ban of women wrestlers from Mexico City in the 1950s2021 Mexican studies 37 (1): 9-34
  • Mariolejn Van Bavel
*H6/KUL [MEXICAN-]1533-8320Spanish summary
Comparaison des représentations des amish et des mormons fondamentalistes (FLDS) dans deux téléréalités américaines2021 Canadian review of sociology and anthropology 58 (1): 65-85
  • Mathilde Vanasse-Pelletier
  • Raphaël Mathieu Legault-Laberge
H6/KUB [CANADIAN-]1755-6171English summary
Representing race: the race spectrum subjectivity of diversity in film2021 Ethnic and racial studies 44 (2): 334-51
  • Clark Callahan
  • Jesse King
  • Sohuyn Lee Ribeiro
  • Tom Robinson
H6/KD [ETHNIC-]1466-4356
How do I chase away this man? From Bosco to Dismas, unpacking the situated knowledges of MTN Uganda’s adverts2021 Journal of Eastern African studies 15 (4): 624-44
  • Robert Madoi Nasaba
H6/KY [EASTERN-]1753-1063
Paper, glass, algorithm: teleprompters and the invisibility of screens2021 Journal of visual culture 20 (2): 395-417
  • Neta Alexander
  • Tali Keren
H6/KF [JOURNAL-]1470-4129
Who killed utopia? Cult conspiracy drama and a television imaginary2021 International journal of cultural studies 24 (1): 56-71
  • Annette Hill
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779in special issue 'Media and transgression'
Eating as transgression: multisensory performativity in the carnal videos of mukbang (eating shows)2021 International journal of cultural studies 24 (1): 107-22
  • Yeran Kim
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779in special issue 'Media and transgression'
The experience economy of TV promotion at San Diego Comic-Con2021 International journal of cultural studies 24 (1): 157-76
  • Melanie E.S. Kohnen
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779in special issue 'Media and transgression'
Uses of local ethnic television: Finland Calling (1962-2015) and Michigan's Upper Peninsula2021 International journal of cultural studies 24 (1): 177-92
  • Mari Pajala
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779in special issue 'Media and transgression'
In between the global and the local: mapping the geographies of Netflix as a multinational service2021 International journal of cultural studies 24 (2): 195-215
  • Amanda D. Lotz
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779
Globalising the local in children's television for the post-network era: how Disney+ and BBC Studios helped Bluey the Australian cattle dog jump the national fence2021 International journal of cultural studies 24 (2): 216-32
  • Anna Potter
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779
Llamas are the new unicorns: craft as competition television2021 International journal of cultural studies 24 (3): 504-20
  • Christine Quail
  • Jennifer Hambleton
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779
The Korean wave as a source of implicit cultural policy: making of a neoliberal subjectivity in a Korean style2021 International journal of cultural studies 24 (3): 521-37
  • Hye-Kyung Lee
  • Xiyu Zhang
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779
Introduction2021 Nomadic peoples (NS) 25 (1): 103-6
  • Saverio Krätli
H6/KF [NOMADIC-]0822-7942in special section 'David Attenborough's Life on our planet: reflections on pastoralism, development and climate change'
Animal production for a more sustainable economy2021 Nomadic peoples (NS) 25 (1): 107-9
  • Günther Schlee
H6/KF [NOMADIC-]0822-7942in special section 'David Attenborough's Life on our planet: reflections on pastoralism, development and climate change'
Mobile herders and sustaining life on our planet2021 Nomadic peoples (NS) 25 (1): 110-11
  • Dawn Chatty
H6/KF [NOMADIC-]0822-7942in special section 'David Attenborough's Life on our planet: reflections on pastoralism, development and climate change'
No walking away from our responsibilities2021 Nomadic peoples (NS) 25 (1): 112-13
  • Camilla Toulmin
H6/KF [NOMADIC-]0822-7942in special section 'David Attenborough's Life on our planet: reflections on pastoralism, development and climate change'
Beyond the 'balance of nature': pastoralists' alternative perspectives on sustainability2021 Nomadic peoples (NS) 25 (1): 114-17
  • Ian Scoones
H6/KF [NOMADIC-]0822-7942in special section 'David Attenborough's Life on our planet: reflections on pastoralism, development and climate change'
The limits of the technological era2021 Nomadic peoples (NS) 25 (1): 118-20
  • Bernard Hubert
H6/KF [NOMADIC-]0822-7942in special section 'David Attenborough's Life on our planet: reflections on pastoralism, development and climate change'
Food production systems involved and evolving with landscapes2021 Nomadic peoples (NS) 25 (1): 121-3
  • Fred Provenza
H6/KF [NOMADIC-]0822-7942in special section 'David Attenborough's Life on our planet: reflections on pastoralism, development and climate change'
An insipring film: biodiversity and reduce climate change2021 Nomadic peoples (NS) 25 (1): 124-6
  • Adam Higazi
H6/KF [NOMADIC-]0822-7942in special section 'David Attenborough's Life on our planet: reflections on pastoralism, development and climate change'
An alternative view consumption and impact2021 Nomadic peoples (NS) 25 (1): 127-8
  • Troy Sternberg
H6/KF [NOMADIC-]0822-7942in special section 'David Attenborough's Life on our planet: reflections on pastoralism, development and climate change'
Better than television: the rise of Korean web dramas2021 International journal of cultural studies 24 (6): 993-1008
  • Jennifer M. Kang
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779
'Balla Ghooma Stadium jhooma': shifting discourse of cricket commentary in India2021 South Asian popular culture 19 (2): 131-48
  • Raj Thakur
H6/KW [SOUTH-]1474-6689
Chinese television in Africa2021 Theory, culture and society 38 (7-8): 233-50
  • Alessandro Jedlowski
H6 [THEORY-]0263-2764in thematic section 'Global public life'
In their shoes? Categorizing identities and creating citizens in refugee reality TV2021 European journal of cultural studies 24 (1): 314-32
  • Margriet van der Waal
  • Rieke Böhling
H6/KF [EUROPEAN-]1367-5494
Keep crafting and carry on: nostalgia and domestic cultures in the crisis2021 European journal of cultural studies 24 (1): 358-64
  • Jessica Martin
H6/KF [EUROPEAN-]1367-5494
Genre, gender and television screewriting: the problem of pigeonholing2021 European journal of cultural studies 24 (3): 658-72
  • Alison Peirse
  • Beth Johnson
H6/KF [EUROPEAN-]1367-5494in special issue 'Genres and inequality in the creative industries'
Localization, diversification and heterogeneity: understanding the linguistic and cultural logics of Indian new media2020 International journal of cultural studies 23 (1): 102-20
  • Smith Mehta
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779
The prison-televisual complex2020 International journal of cultural studies 23 (1): 121-37
  • Allison Page
  • Laurie Ouellette
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779
The Quilombo de la Tele and its cleansing properties: an anthropological view of catfights as a technology of self in the Oikos2020 Antipoda: revista de antropología y arqueología (38): 71-92
  • Bárbara Galarza
H6/KUL [REVISTA-]0124-485XEnglish and Portuguese summaries
Looters vs. traitors: the muqawama (‘resistance’) narrative, and its detractors, in contemporary Mauritania2020 African studies review 63 (2): 258-80
  • Elemine Ould Mohamed Baba
  • Francisco Freire
*H6/KY [AFRICAN-]0002-0206French and Portuguese summaries
Hidden for their protection: gendered power, provocation, and representation in Dangdut competition television2020 Bijdragen tot de taal-, land- en volkenkunde 176 (1): 37-69
  • Andrea Decker
H6/KX [BIJDRAGEN-]0006-2294in special section 'Pop culture as argument and aspiration'
The story of the liquidation of the Chernobyl disaster: true or false?2020 Visual anthropology 33 (2): 177-80
  • Inna S. Fedii
H6/KGT [CULTURE-]1545-5920in special issue 'The transition to Demokratii'
Preserving public broadcasting archives in the digital era: circulatory stories and technologies, the digital turn, and the return of the past in West Africa2020 History in Africa 47: 219-41
  • Flora Losch
H6/KY [HISTORY-]0361-5413in thematic section 'Archives and the digital turn'; French summary
Celebrity status and the attribution of value2020 European journal of cultural studies 23 (1): 3-17
  • David Giles
  • Simon Stewart
H6/KF [EUROPEAN-]1367-5494introduction to special issue 'Celebrity status and the attribution of value'
From the literary field to reality TV: the perils of downward celebrity migration2020 European journal of cultural studies 23 (1): 18-34
  • Mercè Oliva
H6/KF [EUROPEAN-]1367-5494in special issue 'Celebrity status and the attribution of value'
'Russell Brand's a joke, right?' Contrasting perceptions of Russell Brand's legitimacy in grassroot and electoral politics2020 European journal of cultural studies 23 (1): 35-53
  • Ellen Watts
H6/KF [EUROPEAN-]1367-5494in special issue 'Celebrity status and the attribution of value'
Celebrity capital, field-specific aesthetic criteria and the status of cultural objects: the case of Masked and anonymous2020 European journal of cultural studies 23 (1): 54-70
  • Simon Stewart
H6/KF [EUROPEAN-]1367-5494in special issue 'Celebrity status and the attribution of value'
Media, civilization and the international order2020 International journal of cultural studies 23 (3): 334-51
  • Adrian Athique
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779
Live tweeting, reality TV and the nation2020 International journal of cultural studies 23 (3): 352-67
  • Mark Stewart
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779