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Entertaining the Nation by Jack Williams

Entertaining the Nation

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Entertaining the Nation by Jack Williams

Jack Williams provides a thought-provoking examination of television's role in British popular culture.

About the Author

Jack Williams is Senior Lecturer in History at Liverpool's John Moores University. His main research area is the social and cultural history of sport and he has co-edited a book entitled Sport and Identity in the North of England. He has also written numerous articles for journals and contributed to several edited volumes including Social Conditions, Status and Community (Sutton 1997)

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Publication date

1st April 2004


Jack Williams

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The History Press Ltd


224 pages


Media studies
Cultural studies



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