• Exploring audience responses to self-reflexivity in television narratives 

    Price, Stephen, Jr. (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2011)
    Self-reflexivity refers to “the process by which texts, both literary and filmic, foreground their own production, their authorship, their intertextual influences, their reception, or their enunciation” (Stam, 1985, p. ...
  • The mediated myth of rock and roll 

    Walus, Scott M., 1982- (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2013)
    This study deconstructs the cultural myth (Barthes, 1957) of rock and roll as constructed by television and film (forms) and negotiated through musicians' experiences and personal understandings (concepts). It does so ...