Tamar Salibian is a Media Studies PhD candidate at Claremont Graduate University. She teaches in a high school and is a dance-fitness instructor in Los Angeles.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
The Ideology of Mass Culture and Reality Television: Watching “Survivor”

In this paper, I examine the reality TV series "Survivor" as it relates to Ang’s “ideology of mass culture” and Hall’s theory of “encoding/decoding” meaning in televisual texts.

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The Personal Journal as Ethnography: Armenian American Identity, Community and Art

This paper investigates some of the ways that diaspora Armenians in Los Angeles try to bridge the gaps between their own community and others’ through art, dialogue, and discourse.

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