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Reorienting Global Communication Indian and Chinese Media Beyond Borders

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ISBN-10: 0252076907

ISBN-13: 9780252076909

Edition: 2010

Authors: Michael Curtin, Hemant Shah

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Emphasizing the global nature of Indian and Chinese film, television, and digital media, Reorienting Global Communication: Indian and Chinese Media Beyond Borders provides a diverse mix of alternative perspectives that collectively shift the discussion of media globalization away from Hollywood and New York. Essays cover topics such as the influence of transnational Indian families on the narrative elements of Bollywood productions, the rise of made-in-China blockbusters, the development of pan-Asian cinema, and migrants' use of the Internet to maintain connections with their homelands.
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Book details

List price: $32.00
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: University of Illinois Press
Publication date: 1/22/2010
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 328
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.188
Language: English

Illustrations
Tables
Acknowledgments
Introduction
Global India Media
Nonsense as Sense-Making: Negotiating Globalization in Bombay Cinema
"From Bihar to Manhattan": Bollywood and the Transnational Indian Family
Home, Homeland, Homepage: Belonging an the Indian-American Web
Transnational Brides: Wedding Magazines and the Invention of a Cosmopolitan Indian Tradition
Mapping Tollywood: The Cultural Geography of "Ramoji Film City" in Hyderabad
The Global Face of Indian Television
Localizing the Global: Bombay's Sojourn from the Cosmopolitan Urbane to Aamchi Mumbai
Global China Media
Whose Hero? The "Spirit" and "Structure" of a Made-in-China Global Blockbuster
The Deferral of Pan-Asian: A Critical Appraisal of Film Marketization in China
Cultural Globalization and Chinese Television: A Case of Hybridization
East Asian Pop Culture: Its Circulation, Consumption, and Politics
Enacting the Family-Nation on a Global Stage: An Analysis of CCTV's Spring Festival Gala
Bound to Rise: Chinese Media Discourses on the New Global Order
Chinese Techno-Nationalism and Global WiFi Policy
Contributors
Index