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Volume 5, No. 1
Spring / Summer 2015

Special issue: Contemporary TV Drama Series

Editorial

Elisabeth Klaus & Florian Huber
Contemporary TV Drama Series (article in German)
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Akademische Artikel / Peer Reviewed Articles

Cordula Nitsch & Christiane Eilders
Fictional politics on TV: Comparing the representations of political reality in the US-series The West Wing and the German series Kanzleramt (article in English)
special issue
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Susanne Eichner & Anne Marit Waade
Local Colour in German and Danish Television Drama: Tatort and Bron//Broen (article in English)
special issue
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Michael L. Wayne
Scholars as Audiences, Symbolic Boundaries, and Culturally Legitimated Prime-Time Cable Drama (article in English)
special issue
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Michael Harnischmacher & Benjamin Lux
Thompson revisited. Ein empirisch fundiertes Modell zur Qualität von „Quality-TV“ aus Nutzersicht (article in German)
special issue
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Annekatrin Bock
Rezeptionsmotivation: Wandel der Serienrezeption und die Herausforderungen ihrer theoretischen und methodischen Erfassung (article in German)
special issue
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Graduate Section

Julia Elena Goldmann
„Ne, das kann ich besser!“ Umfang und Bedeutung der Contemporary TV Drama Serie The Mentalist für FanfictionautorInnen (article in German)
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Essays

Elisabeth Klaus
Boulevardisierung – Fernsehunterhaltung zwischen Quality und Trash?
Eine feministische Perspektive
(article in German)
special issue
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Buchrezensionen / Book Reviews

Sabrina Schmidt
Shooman, Yasemin (2014): „…weil ihre Kultur so ist“. Narrative des antimuslimischen Rassismus (review in German)
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Patricia Carolina Saucedo Añez
Manuel Alejandro Guerrero & Mireya Márquez-Ramírez (eds.) (2014): Media Systems and Communication Policies in Latin America (review in English)
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