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Robert C. Allen (editor). To be Continued... Soap Operas Around the World. Routledge. 1995. 398pp.

Robert Clyde Allen. Speaking of Soap Operas. UNC Press. 1985. 245pp.

Dorothy Anger. Other Worlds: Society Seen Through Soap Opera. Broadview Press. 1999. 171pp.

Tom Biracree. Soap Opera Mania: Love, Lust, and Lies from Your Favorite Daytime Dramas. Prentice Hall. 1994. 282pp.

Dannielle Blumenthal. Women and Soap Opera: A Cultural Feminist Perspective. Greenwood Publishing Group. 1997. 136pp.

Kate Bowles; Sue Turnbull (editor). Tomorrow Never Knows: Soap on Australian Television. Australian Film Institute. 1998. 96pp.

Mary Ellen Brown. Soap Opera and Women's Talk: The Pleasure of Resistance. Sage Pulbications. 1994. 218pp.

Charlotte Brunsdon. The Feminist, the Housewife, and the Soap Opera. Clarendon Press. 2000. 253pp.

Peter Buckman. All for Love: A Study in Soap Opera. Salem House. 1985. 226pp.

Muriel G. Cantor; Suzanne Pingree. The Soap Opera. Sage Publications. 1983. 167pp.

Jim Cox. The Great Radio Soap Operas: The 31 Classic Daytime Dramas, 1930-60. McFarland. 1999. 311pp.

Madeleine Edmondson; David Rounds. From Mary Noble to Mary Hartman: The Complete Soap Opera Book. Stein and Day. 1976. 256pp.

Suzanne Frentz (editor). Staying Tuned: Contemporary Soap Opera Criticism. Popular Press. 1992. 136pp.

Christine Geraghty. Women and Soap Opera: A Study of Prime Time Soaps. Blackwell Publishing. 1991. 211pp.

K. Moti Gokulsing. Soft-Soaping India: The World of Indian Televised Soap Operas. Trentham Books. 2004. 133pp.

Dorothy Hobson. Soap Opera. Blackwell Publishing. 2003. 224pp.

Hilary Kingsley. Soap Box: Australian Guide to Television Soap Operas. Sun Books. 1989. 336pp.

Marilyn J. Matelski. The Soap Opera Evolution: America's Enduring Romance with Daytime Drama. McFarland. 1988. 212pp.

Marilyn J. Matelski. Soap Operas Worldwide: Cultural and Serial Realities. McFarland. 1999. 220pp.

Laura Stempel Mumford. Love and Ideology in the Afternoon: Soap Opera, Women, and Television Genre. Indiana University Press. 1995. 165pp.

Heidi Noel Nariman. Soap Operas for Social Change: Toward a Methodology for Entertainment-Education Television. Praeger. 1993. 143pp.

Martha Nochimson. No End to Her: Soap Opera and the Female Subject. University of California Press. 1993. 237pp.

Hugh O'Donnell. Good Times, Bad Times: Soap Operas and Society in Western Europe. Leicester University Press. 1999. 247pp.

Christopher Schemering. The Soap Opera Encyclopedia. Ballantine Books. 1985. 358pp.

Christine Scodari. Serial Monogamy: Soap Opera, Lifespan, and the Gendered Politics of Fantasy. Hampton Press. 2004. 208pp.

Louise Spence. Watching Daytime Soap Operas: The Power of Pleasure. Wesleyan University Press. 2005. 260pp.

Carol Traynor Williams. "It's Time for My Story": Soap Opera Sources, Structure, and Response. Praeger. 1992. 253pp.

James H. Wittebols. The Soap Opera Paradigm: Television Programming and Corporate Priorities. Rowman & Littlefield. 2004. 231pp.

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