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Media in a Globalized Society

 

This volume addresses the ways in which media take part in processes of globalization, including how they challenge existing cultures and create new and alternative symbolic and cultural environments. It discusses these questions through theoretical discussions and re-examination of existing international research and through a series of individual empirical studies covering global media phenomena like the Olympics, the talk show, international beauty contests, satellite television, and media discourses on national culture.


291 pages | 6 x 9 1/2 | © 2003

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Table of Contents

Introduction
      Stig Hjarvard

A Mediated World: The Globalization of Society and the Role of Media
      Stig Hjarvard
Globalisation, Americanisation and politicisation of media research
      Daniel Biltereyst
Globalization and National Identity in Danish Television: The Return of the Nation
      Henrik Søndergaard
Global Gennre and the Complexity of Proximity
      Hanne Bruun
Globalisation and localisation—TV coverage of the Olympic Games in Sydney 2000
      Kirsten Frandsen
Beyond Imagined Community? Transnational Media and Turkish Migrants in Europe
      Kevin Robins
Miss World Going ‘Deshi’. Addressing an Indian television audience with a global media product
      Norbert Wildermuth
Communicating Models: The Relevance of Models for Research on the Worlds of the Internet

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