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  Number 63, Spring 2009

Table of Contents

Special Issue: Censorship and Regulation


pp. 1-2

Media Effects and the Subjectification of Film Regulation

pp. 3-21

The Hindu Right and the Politics of Censorship: Three Case Studies of Policing Hindi Cinema, 1992–2002

pp. 22-33

Exemplary Consumer-Citizens and Protective State Stewards: How Reformers Shaped Censorship Outcomes Regarding The Untouchables

pp. 34-44

Slashings and Subtitles: Romanian Media Piracy, Censorship, and Translation

pp. 45-57

Censorship, Regulation, and Media Policy in the Twenty-First Century: A Roundtable on Critical Approaches

pp. 58-60

The Challenge of Censorship: "Figuring" out the Audience

pp. 60-62

"I Know It When I Hear It": The Case of the Blind Film Censor

pp. 60-62

How to Cope with the Death of Film Censorship

pp. 63-64

Intellectual Property in the Digital Age: Private Asset or Public Resource?

pp. 64-66

Reframing Film Censorship

pp. 66-69

The Future of U.S. Film Censorship Studies

pp. 69-71

Book Reviews

Harnessing the Technicolor Rainbow: Color Design in the 1930s (review)

pp. 72-74

Brand Hollywood: Selling Entertainment in a Global Media Age (review)

pp. 75-77

Sleaze Artists: Cinema at the Margins of Taste, Style, and Politics (review)

pp. 78-80

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