Global Media Studies Ethnographic Perspectives
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Description: This text explores the theoretical and methodological threats that are defining global media studies as a discipline. Emphasizing the connection of globalization to local culture, this collection shows the performative and creative relationships that audiences develop with and through the media.
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All the information you need in one place! Each Study Brief is a summary of one specific subject; facts, figures, and explanations to help you learn faster.
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Copyright year: 2003
Publication date: 11/12/2003
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
|Towards an Ethnographic Approach to Global Media Studies|
|Situating Ethnography in Global Media Studies|
|The Problem of Textuality in Ethnographic Audience Research|
|Passing Ethnographies: Rethinking the Sites of Agency and Reflexivity in a Mediated World|
|Where is Audience Ethnographer's Fieldwork?|
|Audience letters and letter-writers: Constituting the Audience for Radio in Transnational Contexts|
|Rituals in the Modern World: Applying the Concept of Ritual in Media Ethnography|
|Researching the Local|
|Negotiation and the Position: On the Need and Difficulty of 'Thicker Description'|
|"Now that you're going home, are you going to write about the natives you studied?": Telenovela Reception, Adultery and the Dilemmas of Ethnographic Practice|
|Methodology as Lived Experience|
|On the Border: Reflections on Ethnography and Gender|
|Radio's Early Arrival in Rural Appalachia|
|Articulating Globalization Through Ethnography|
|Ask the West, Will Dinosaurs Come Back?|
|Where the Global Meets the Local: South African Youth and Their Experience of Global Media|
|Chasing Echoes: Cultural Reconversion, Self-Representation, and Mediascapes in Mexico|
|Globalization avant la lettre? Audience Ethnography, Media Institutions and Local Identity in Lebanon|
|Media Ethnography: Local, Global or Translocal?|