By R. Collins
Collins specializes in the effect of latest tv applied sciences, nationwide regulations for tv, the consequences of internationalisation, tv information and documentaries and the most probably improvement of media stories.
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Nor of course is the Taylorization of academic labour in the PCFC and UFC sectors helpful to scholarship. In default of action by either the ESRC or the managers of UK Higher Education plc (who seem no more committed to the long term sustainability of their business and the quality of its output than were the managers who ran West Midland Widgets Ltd into the ground), the British Film Institute’s role is likely to be decisive again. The Institute has unparalleled primary research materials in its archives and library, a publishing outlet and a number of leading scholars.
Such a bottom-up strategy offers a potential to secure a long term future for media studies and realize in the 1990s for the hitherto enormous quantity of wasted human resources some of the opportunities a different institutional arrangement gave the generation of the 1970s. But to realize this undoubted potentiality it is not only institutions but also the ideas of the 70s that must change. This chapter is based on the Keynote address th the British Film Institute’s 1989 conference on Film and Media Studies in Higher Education.
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