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001    316736878 
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010    2009011101 
020    9780739124703 (cloth : alk. paper) 
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050 00 PN1992.77.C75|bC75 2009 
082 00 791.45/72|222 
082  4 809.222 
245 04 The CSI effect :|btelevision, crime, and governance /
       |cedited by Michele Byers and Val Marie Johnson. 
264  1 Lanham :|bLexington Books,|c[2009] 
264  4 |c©2009 
300    xxxvi, 273 pages ;|c23 cm. 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
490 1  Critical studies in television. 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0  CSI as neoliberalism: an introduction / Michele Byers and 
       Val Marie Johnson -- Science fiction or social fact?: an 
       exploratory content analysis of popular press reports on 
       the CSI effect / Elizabeth Harvey and Linda Derksen -- The
       science and careers of CSI / Sherah VanLaerhoven and Gail 
       Anderson -- CSI and Law & order: dueling representations 
       of science and the law in the criminal justice system / 
       Kurt Hohenstein -- Generic difference and innovation in 
       CSI: crime scene investigation / Nichola Dobson -- Corpses,
       spectacle, illusion: the body as abject and object in CSI 
       / Basil Glynn and Jeongmee Kim -- The city of our times: 
       space, identity, and the body in CSI: Miami / Patrick West
       -- The crime scene, the evidental fetish, and the usable 
       past / William J. Turkel -- Not the usual suspects: the 
       obfuscation of political economy and race in CSI / Kevin 
       Denys Bonnycastle -- Troping Mr. Johnson: reading phallic 
       mastery and anxiety on season one of CSI: crime scene 
       investigation / Mythili Rajiva -- Forensic music: 
       channeling the dead on post-9/11 television / Lawrence 
       Kramer. 
630 00 CSI, crime scene investigation (Television program)|0http:
       //id.loc.gov/authorities/names/n2001099237 
650  0 Forensic sciences on television.|0http://id.loc.gov/
       authorities/subjects/sh2009002598 
650  0 Criminal investigation on television.|0http://id.loc.gov/
       authorities/subjects/sh2009002596 
650  0 Justice, Administration of, on television.|0http://
       id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/sh98006419 
650  0 Television|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/
       sh85133456|xSocial aspects|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/
       subjects/sh00002758|zUnited States.|0http://id.loc.gov/
       authorities/names/n78095330 
700 1  Byers, Michele,|d1971-|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/
       names/n2006006623 
700 1  Johnson, Val Marie,|d1967-|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/
       names/n2009016933 
830  0 Critical studies in television.|0http://id.loc.gov/
       authorities/names/n2006020202 
912    .b15111349JOHNC 
970 01 |tFigures and Tables 
970 11 |tCSI as Neoliberalism: An Introduction|cMichele Byers
       |fByers, Michele|cVal Marie Johnson|fJohnson, Val Marie 
970 11 |lPt. I|tProducing Justice, Science, and Television Drama 
970 21 |l1|tScience Fiction or Social Fact?: An Exploratory 
       Content Analysis of Popular Press Reports on the CSI 
       Effect|cElizabeth Harvey|fHarvey, Elizabeth|cLinda Derksen
       |fDerksen, Linda|p3 
970 21 |l2|tThe Science and Careers of CSI|cSherah VanLaerhoven
       |fVanLaerhoven, Sherah|cGail Anderson|fAnderson, Gail|p29 
970 21 |l3|tCSI and Law & Order: Dueling Representations of 
       Science and the Law in the Criminal Justice System|cKurt 
       Hohenstein|fHohenstein, Kurt|p61 
970 21 |l4|tGeneric Difference and Innovation in CSI: Crime Scene
       Investigation|cNichola Dobson|fDobson, Nichola|p75 
970 11 |lPt. II|tBodies of Evidence 
970 21 |l5|tCorpses, Spectacle, Illusion: The Body as Abject and 
       Object in CSI|cBasil Glynn|fGlynn, Basil|cJeongmee Kim
       |fKim, Jeongmee|p93 
970 21 |l6|tThe City of Our Times: Space, Identity, and the Body 
       in CSI: Miami|cPatrick West|fWest, Patrick|p111 
970 21 |l7|tThe Crime Scene, the Evidential Fetish, and the 
       Usable Past|cWilliam J. Turkel|fTurkel, William J.|p133 
970 11 |lPt. III|tLate Modern Subjects 
970 21 |l8|tNot the Usual Suspects: The Obfuscation of Political 
       Economy and Race in CSI|cKevin Denys Bonnycastle
       |fBonnycastle, Kevin Denys|p149 
970 21 |l9|tTroping Mr. Johnson: Reading Phallic Mastery and 
       Anxiety on Season One of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
       |cMythili Rajiva|fRajiva, Mythili|p177 
970 21 |l10|tForensic Music: Channeling the Dead on Post-9/11 
       Television|cLawrence Kramer|fKramer, Lawrence|p201 
970 11 |lAppendix A|tPrimary Character List|p221 
970 11 |lAppendix B|tEpisode Guide|p223 
970 11 |lAppendix C|tDataset of Press Sources on CSI and the CSI 
       Effect, 2002-2005|p227 
970 01 |tBibliography|p235 
970 01 |tIndex|p253 
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