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The Resource De-Westernizing media studies, edited by James Curran and Myung-Jin Park

De-Westernizing media studies, edited by James Curran and Myung-Jin Park

Label
De-Westernizing media studies
Title
De-Westernizing media studies
Statement of responsibility
edited by James Curran and Myung-Jin Park
Title variation
Dewesternizing media studies
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • Park, Myung-Jin
  • Curran, James
Series statement
Communication and society
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  • Mass media criticism
  • Mass media
  • Mass media
Label
De-Westernizing media studies, edited by James Curran and Myung-Jin Park
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
Introduction. 1. Beyond globalization theory / James Curran and Myung-Jin Park -- Pt. 1. Transitional and mixed societies. 2. Rethinking media studies: The case of China / Eric Kit-wai Ma ; 3. Media theory after the fall of European communism: Why the old models from East and West won't do any more / Colin Sparks ; 4. Media in South America: Between the rock of state and the hard place of the market / Silvio Waisbord ; 5. Television, gender, and democratization in the Middle East / Annabelle Sreberny ; 6. Power, profit, corruption, and lies: The Russian media in the 1990s / Brian McNair -- Pt. 2. Authoritarian neo-liberal societies. 7. Media, political power, and democratization in Mexico / Daniel C. Hallin ; 8. Modernization, globalization, and the powerful state: The Korean media / Myung-Jin Park, Chang-Nam Kim and Byung-Woo Sohn ; 9. State, capital, and media: The case of Taiwan / Chin-Chuan Lee ; 10. Globalized theories and national controls: The state, the market, and the Malaysian media / Zaharom Nain -- Pt. 3. Authoritarian regulated societies. 11. The dual legacy of democracy and authoritarianism: The media and the state in Zimbabwe / Helge Rønning and Tawana Kupe ; 12. Media and power in Egypt / Hussein Amin and James Napoli -- Pt. 4. Democratic neo-liberal societies. 13. Media and power in Japan / Mitsunobu Sugiyama ; 14. Media power in the United States / W. Lance Bennett ; 15. Media and the decline of liberal corporatism in Britain / James Curran and Colin Leys ; 16. De-Westernizing Australia? Media systems and cultural coordinates / Stuart Cunningham and Terry Flew -- Pt. 5. Democratic regulated societies. 17. Media and power transitions in a small country: Sweden / Peter Dahlgren ; 18.Political complexity and alternative models of journalism: The Italian case / Paolo Mancini ; 19. South African media, 1994-7: Globalizing via political economy / Keyan G. Tomaselli ; 20. Mediating modernity: Theorizing reception in a non-Western society / Arvind Rajagopal ; 21. Performing a dream and its dissolution: A social history of broadcasting in Israel / Tamar Liebes ; 22. Squaring the circle? The reconciliation of economic liberalization and cultural values in French television / Raymond Kuhn -- Index
Control code
5695798
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
ix, 342 p.
Isbn
9780415193955
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
ocm43419496
Label
De-Westernizing media studies, edited by James Curran and Myung-Jin Park
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
Introduction. 1. Beyond globalization theory / James Curran and Myung-Jin Park -- Pt. 1. Transitional and mixed societies. 2. Rethinking media studies: The case of China / Eric Kit-wai Ma ; 3. Media theory after the fall of European communism: Why the old models from East and West won't do any more / Colin Sparks ; 4. Media in South America: Between the rock of state and the hard place of the market / Silvio Waisbord ; 5. Television, gender, and democratization in the Middle East / Annabelle Sreberny ; 6. Power, profit, corruption, and lies: The Russian media in the 1990s / Brian McNair -- Pt. 2. Authoritarian neo-liberal societies. 7. Media, political power, and democratization in Mexico / Daniel C. Hallin ; 8. Modernization, globalization, and the powerful state: The Korean media / Myung-Jin Park, Chang-Nam Kim and Byung-Woo Sohn ; 9. State, capital, and media: The case of Taiwan / Chin-Chuan Lee ; 10. Globalized theories and national controls: The state, the market, and the Malaysian media / Zaharom Nain -- Pt. 3. Authoritarian regulated societies. 11. The dual legacy of democracy and authoritarianism: The media and the state in Zimbabwe / Helge Rønning and Tawana Kupe ; 12. Media and power in Egypt / Hussein Amin and James Napoli -- Pt. 4. Democratic neo-liberal societies. 13. Media and power in Japan / Mitsunobu Sugiyama ; 14. Media power in the United States / W. Lance Bennett ; 15. Media and the decline of liberal corporatism in Britain / James Curran and Colin Leys ; 16. De-Westernizing Australia? Media systems and cultural coordinates / Stuart Cunningham and Terry Flew -- Pt. 5. Democratic regulated societies. 17. Media and power transitions in a small country: Sweden / Peter Dahlgren ; 18.Political complexity and alternative models of journalism: The Italian case / Paolo Mancini ; 19. South African media, 1994-7: Globalizing via political economy / Keyan G. Tomaselli ; 20. Mediating modernity: Theorizing reception in a non-Western society / Arvind Rajagopal ; 21. Performing a dream and its dissolution: A social history of broadcasting in Israel / Tamar Liebes ; 22. Squaring the circle? The reconciliation of economic liberalization and cultural values in French television / Raymond Kuhn -- Index
Control code
5695798
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
ix, 342 p.
Isbn
9780415193955
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
ocm43419496

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