By C. Lee Harrington, Denise Bielby, Anthony R. Bardo (eds.)
The intersections of getting older, media, and tradition are under-explored given developments in inhabitants getting older, speedy raises within the mediation of way of life, and the becoming cultural importance of media intake on the international point. This e-book brings jointly a global selection of serious students, either well-established and up-and-coming, from a few of the educational disciplines that proportion a standard curiosity sooner or later learn of getting older and media. This anthology of unique articles integrates getting older concept and media reviews via a research of middle matters together with the media’s impression at the development of “old age,” the reciprocal effect of getting older on media industries, age-based identities in a mediated international, problems with gender and sexuality in an getting older society, and the sensible implications of a extra built-in strategy among the 2 fields. The chapters discover the intersections among getting older and media within the geographical regions of advertising/marketing, tv, movie, track, big name and social media, between others.
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