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Kultura
2018, iss. 161, pp. 273-288
article language: Serbian
document type: Professional Paper
doi:10.5937/kultura1861273M


Reflections of the socialist television: A study: From media systems to media cultures
Univerzitet umetnosti u Beogradu, Fakultet dramskih umetnosti, Katedra za teoriju i istoriju, Beograd

Abstract

In reference to the ever actual topic of the socialist television, its influence and the programs it has created, using the form of research dialogue, this paper aims to give a review of the recently published book by Sabina Mihelj and Simon Huxtable - From Media Systems to Media Cultures, (2018). Focusing on the beginnings of television as a new media, which developed in parallel with the Cold War tensions, as well as its impact at the time of the communist rule and immediately after the communist rule in the countries of the Eastern Block, this comparative media study covers the interaction of the geopolitical relations in this part of the world on the one hand, and on the other hand, offers a modernized view of the same media that has shaped the modernity of everyday civil life and the socialist culture and art. The book allows for re-contextualization of the opinions about the media and culture of the Cold War era (those that were rooted and most frequently adopted and repeated), and also offers a revision against the social, political and media framework that existed in the countries behind the Iron Curtain, both in the second half of the 20th century and in this particular moment.

Keywords

television; socialist modernity; comparative media research; Yugoslavia; East Europe

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