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
Cataloging source
UKM
Dewey number
302.23
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
P96.C76
LC item number
D4x 2000
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Park, Myung-Jin
  • Curran, James
Series statement
Communication and society Routledge Firm
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  • Mass media criticism
  • Mass media
  • Mass media
Label
De-Westernizing media studies, edited by James Curran and Myung-Jin Park
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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
Extent
1 online resource (ix, 342 pages
Form of item
online
Other physical details
illustrations)
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1033651952
Label
De-Westernizing media studies, edited by James Curran and Myung-Jin Park
Link
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
Extent
1 online resource (ix, 342 pages
Form of item
online
Other physical details
illustrations)
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1033651952

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