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050  4 JN5452.R46 2009 
082 0  945.093 
100 1  Albertazzi, Daniele 
245 10 Resisting the Tide :|bCultures of Opposition under 
       Berlusconi (2001-06) 
250    1st ed 
264  1 New York :|bBloomsbury Academic & Professional,|c2011 
264  4 |c©2009 
300    1 online resource (269 pages) 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
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505 0  Intro -- Table of Contents -- List of Tables and Figures -
       - Acknowledgements -- List of Contributors -- Glossary -- 
       A -- C -- D -- F -- G -- I -- L -- M -- P -- R -- T -- U -
       - W -- Introduction: This Tide is not for Turning -- Part 
       1 The Economic and Media Landscapes -- Chapter One: Italy 
       during the Berlusconi Years: The Economy and Society -- 
       Chapter Two: The Changing Face of the Media: A Catalogue 
       of Anomalies -- Chapter Three: Electoral Campaigning and 
       the New Media -- Part 2 Political Challenges -- Chapter 
       Four: In Bed with the Enemy - Infighting among Governing 
       Parties and the Return of the Centre -- Chapter Five: 
       Defeated and Divided? The Left in Opposition -- Chapter 
       Six: Challenging from the Grass Roots: The Girotondi and 
       the No Global Movement -- Part 3 Texts -- Chapter Seven: 
       Silenced Humour on RAI TV: Daniele Luttazzi, Sabina 
       Guzzanti & Co. -- Chapter Eight: The Cinema of Resistance:
       Nanni Moretti's Il caimano and the Italian Film Industry -
       - Chapter Nine: Staging Opposition: Il Signor Rossi e La 
       Costituzione -- Chapter Ten: Web Challenges to Berlusconi:
       An Analysis of Oppositional Sites -- Chapter Eleven: 
       Mascelloni, Masks and Mascara: Writing, Language and Power
       in Vincenzo Consolo -- Chapter Twelve: Adjusting the Cold 
       Mirror: Berlusconi and Il Corriere della Sera -- Part 4 
       Experiences and Personalities -- Chapter Thirteen: 'Adopt 
       a Domestic Worker?': The Response of Immigrant 
       Associations to the Centre-Right -- Chapter Fourteen: 
       Feminist Activism and Practice: Asserting Autonomy and 
       Resisting Precarity -- Chapter Fifteen: Collective 
       Association in the LGBT Movement -- Chapter Sixteen: 
       Political Cleansing and Censorship in Public Television - 
       A Case Study of Michele Santoro and Enzo Biagi -- 
       Conclusions: Splinters of Resistance -- Index -- A -- B --
       C -- D -- E -- F -- G -- H -- I -- K -- L -- M -- N -- O -
       - P -- Q -- R -- S -- T 
505 8  U -- V -- W -- Y -- Z 
520    Edited by members of the Department of Italian Studies at 
       the University of Birmingham, and bringing together 
       academics in Britain, Ireland, the US and Italy, this 
       volume takes an international perspective on Italian 
       events. It investigates how resistance to the new 
       conservative culture has been articulated, and how this 
       has been expressed and explained by those involved. The 
       volume is divided into four areas: 1. The Economic and 
       Media Landscapes, which sets the scene for the rest of the
       book by explaining how Italian society, and particularly 
       its media environment, have developed in recent years; 2. 
       Political Challenges, which discusses the main threats to 
       the authority and policies of Berlusconi coming from 
       within his own centre-right coalition, the left and social
       movements; 3. Texts, which analyses films, internet sites,
       television programmes, novels, newspaper articles and 
       theatre performances that sought to resist increasingly 
       dominant conservative norms and/or respond to events set 
       in motion by the Berlusconi governments;  
       4.Experiences, covering the voices and practices of those 
       who have opposed Berlusconi from within the cultural 
       industries and identity movements, such as journalists, 
       LGBT activists, feminists and associations representing 
       immigrant communities. Wide-ranging, innovative and 
       challenging, this volume should appeal to all those who 
       have an interest in Italy, political-, media- and cultural
       studies.  
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590    Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest 
       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
       may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated 
       libraries 
650  0 Berlusconi, Silvio, -- 1936-;Opposition (Political 
       science) -- Italy.;Italy -- Politics and government -- 
       1994- 
655  4 Electronic books 
700 1  Brook, Clodagh 
700 1  Ross, Charlotte 
700 1  Rothenberg, Nina 
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