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Abstract: This paper explores the rejection of an important dominant discourse in the Buffy the Vampire Slayer episode “Hush” (S4 E10). Primarily, the author discusses how the episode depicts organized institutions in a negative light, showing them to be failures when it comes to solving problems of importance.
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For the 19th consecutive year, many film aficionados across the county have resorted to violence after Donaghmore man Conor Grimes and his Coleraine comic compatriot Alan McKee were overlooked at the 87th Academy Awards ceremony in LA on Sunday night. 305 more words
‘Which is the best Doctor Who story? A case study in value judgements outside the academy’
‘Ultimately the paper has a very simple project: to make explicit the fact this research, and the foregoing work of Tulloch and Jenkins, can be mobilised precisely to engage in wider theoretical arguments about cultural value. 137 more words
The public sphere, simply put, is the field of discussion regarding particular events, news, happenings, and the like that the Public, Us, participate in. Catharine Lumby (1999) describes it as a “democratisation of our media… a forum in which a host of important social issue once deemed apolitical, trivial, or personal are now being aired.” Different things create different spheres, and different spheres interconnect with one another. 309 more words