Daniel Biltereyst
Daniel Biltereyst
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Explorations in new cinema history: Approaches and case studies
R Maltby, D Biltereyst, P Meers
John Wiley & Sons, 2011
270*2011
The international telenovela debate and the contra-flow argument: A reappraisal
D Biltereyst, P Meers
Media, Culture & Society 22 (4), 393-413, 2000
1632000
Going to the movies: Hollywood and the social experience of cinema
RG Maltby, M Stokes, RC Allen
University of Exeter Press, 2007
1222007
Resisting American hegemony: A comparative analysis of the reception of domestic and US fiction
D Biltereyst
European Journal of Communication 6 (4), 469-497, 1991
1181991
Language and culture as ultimate barriers? An analysis of the circulation, consumption and popularity of fiction in small European countries
D Biltereyst
European Journal of Communication 7 (4), 517-540, 1992
1081992
Slashing the fiction of queer theory: Slash fiction, queer reading, and transgressing the boundaries of screen studies, representations, and audiences
F Dhaenens, S Van Bauwel, D Biltereyst
Journal of Communication Inquiry 32 (4), 335-347, 2008
892008
Cinema, audiences and modernity: New perspectives on European cinema history
D Biltereyst, R Maltby, P Meers
Routledge, 2013
842013
Media audiences and the game of controversy. On reality TV, moral panic and controversial media stories
D Biltereyst
Journal of Media Practice 5 (1), 7-24, 2004
652004
The X-factor of charity: a critical analysis of celebrities’ involvement in the 2010 Flemish and Dutch Haiti relief shows
O Driessens, S Joye, D Biltereyst
Media, Culture & Society 34 (6), 709-725, 2012
582012
Reality TV, troublesome pictures and panics. Reappraising the public controversy around Reality TV in Europe
D Biltereyst
Understanding reality television, 91-110, 2004
542004
Locating the moving image: New approaches to film and place
S Caquard, B Wright, D Naud, E Ravazzoli, J Klenotic, D Biltereyst, ...
Indiana University Press, 2013
522013
Qualitative audience research and transnational media effects: a new paradigm?
D Biltereyst
European Journal of Communication 10 (2), 245-270, 1995
501995
The political economy of audiences
D Biltereyst, P Meers
The handbook of political economy of communications, 415-435, 2011
442011
Public service broadcasting, popular entertainment and the construction of trust
D Biltereyst
European Journal of Cultural Studies 7 (3), 341-362, 2004
422004
Glocalized Telenovelas and National Identities: A “Textual Cum Production” Analysis of the “Telenovelle” Sara, the Flemish Adaptation of Yo soy Betty, la fea
F Adriaens, D Biltereyst
Television & New Media 13 (6), 551-567, 2012
412012
Metropolitan vs rural cinemagoing in Flanders, 1925–75
P Meers, D Biltereyst, L Van De Vijver
Screen 51 (3), 272-280, 2010
412010
New cinema history and the comparative mode: Reflections on comparing historical cinema cultures
D Biltereyst, P Meers
Alphaville: Journal of Film and Screen Media, 13-32, 2016
382016
Memories of cinemagoing and film experience: An introduction
A Kuhn, D Biltereyst, P Meers
Memory Studies 10 (1), 3-16, 2017
352017
Silencing cinema: film censorship around the world
D Biltereyst, RV Winkel, RV Winkel
Springer, 2013
352013
Triangulation in historical audience research: Reflections and experiences from a multi-methodological research project on cinema audiences in Flanders
D Biltereyst, K Lotze, P Meers
Participations: Journal of Audience and Reception Studies 9 (2), 690-715, 2012
342012
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