Bonnie J Dow explores themes in postmodern feminism on the backdrop of the most widespread medium in the late 20th and 21st century: television. Through an in-depth analysis of revolutionary shows like The Mary Tyler Moore Show, Murphy Brown and Designing Women, Dow frames society’s relationship to post-feminist ideals and the movement itself. Television and media being the huge platform that it is, this books gives you the tools to frame modern day production and the feminist narrative.
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