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The ‘War on Terror’: Post-9/11 Television Drama, Docudrama and Documentary Hardcover – 22 May 2015
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The War on Terror is an often-used but little-analyzed term, and in this collection leading international specialists unpack what is at stake in television that engages with it in factual, fictional, and docudramatic forms. This book is essential reading on how the small screen represents and shapes the times we live in. --Jonathan Bignell, University of Reading"
About the Author
Derek Paget is a Visiting Fellow at the University of Reading, and the author of key texts on docudrama; he is an associate editor of Studies in Documentary Film and an editorial board member of Studies in Theatre and Performance. Stephen Lacey is Emeritus Professor of Drama, Film and Television at the University of South Wales, and the author of several books on UK television drama; he is an associate editor of Critical Studies and Television.
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