Global Communications

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Introduction Part I: The State and Communication Politics in Multiple Modernities Chapter 1: Neoliberal Strategies, Socialist Legacies: Communication and State Transformation in China Chapter 2: Media, State, and Responses to Globalization: The Case of Post-Communist Russia Chapter 3: Regional Crisis, Personal Solutions: The Media's Role in Securing Neoliberal Hegemony in Singapore Chapter 4: Governance and Legitimacy: The Case of the European Union Chapter 5: Media, Democracy, and the State in Venezuela's "Bolivarian Revolution" Part II: Embedded Markets and Cultural Transformations Chapter 6: Cultures of Empire: Transnational Media Flows and Cultural (Dis)Connections in East Asia Chapter 7: Local and Global Sites of Power in the Circulation of Ghanaian Adinkra Chapter 8: A Transcultural Political Economy of the Arab Television Industry Chapter 9: Rethinking the Spanish-language Media Market in the U.S. Part III: Civil Society and Multiple Publics Chapter 10: Gender and Empire: Performing Femininities in the War on Terrorism Chapter 11: Neoliberalism, Nongovernmental Organizations, and Communication in Sub-Saharan Africa Chapter 12: Move Over Bangalore, Here Comes . . . Palestine? Western Funding and "Internet Development" in the Shrinking Palestinian State Chapter 13: Labor in or as Civil Society? Workers and Subaltern Publics in India's Information Economy References

Global Communications

Toward a Transcultural Political Economy

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Erscheinungsdatum

01.04.2008

Herausgeber

Paula Chakravartty + weitere

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Rowman & Littlefield Publishers

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372

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Taschenbuch

Erscheinungsdatum

01.04.2008

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Rowman & Littlefield Publishers

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372

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22.9/15.2/2 cm

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538 g

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Englisch

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978-0-7425-4045-3

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  • Global Communications
  • Introduction Part I: The State and Communication Politics in Multiple Modernities Chapter 1: Neoliberal Strategies, Socialist Legacies: Communication and State Transformation in China Chapter 2: Media, State, and Responses to Globalization: The Case of Post-Communist Russia Chapter 3: Regional Crisis, Personal Solutions: The Media's Role in Securing Neoliberal Hegemony in Singapore Chapter 4: Governance and Legitimacy: The Case of the European Union Chapter 5: Media, Democracy, and the State in Venezuela's "Bolivarian Revolution" Part II: Embedded Markets and Cultural Transformations Chapter 6: Cultures of Empire: Transnational Media Flows and Cultural (Dis)Connections in East Asia Chapter 7: Local and Global Sites of Power in the Circulation of Ghanaian Adinkra Chapter 8: A Transcultural Political Economy of the Arab Television Industry Chapter 9: Rethinking the Spanish-language Media Market in the U.S. Part III: Civil Society and Multiple Publics Chapter 10: Gender and Empire: Performing Femininities in the War on Terrorism Chapter 11: Neoliberalism, Nongovernmental Organizations, and Communication in Sub-Saharan Africa Chapter 12: Move Over Bangalore, Here Comes . . . Palestine? Western Funding and "Internet Development" in the Shrinking Palestinian State Chapter 13: Labor in or as Civil Society? Workers and Subaltern Publics in India's Information Economy References