Anthropology of Media A Reader
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Description: This text provides a defining collection on the emergent field of the anthropology of media, and engages students in a critique of how mass media represent and construct both Western and non-Western cultures.
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Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 2/15/2002
Size: 6.75" wide x 9.75" long x 1.50" tall
|Timeline of Media Development|
|Seeing/Hearing is Believing: Technology and Truth|
|The Medium is the Message|
|The Technology and the Society|
|Mead and Bateson Debate: On the Use of the Camera in Anthropology|
|The Ambiguity of the Photograph|
|Save, Save the Lore!|
|The Gaze of Western Humanism|
|The Color of Sex: Postwar Photographic Histories of Race and Gender|
|The Imperial Imaginary|
|Complicities of Style|
|Hollywood and the USA|
|Yoruba Photography: How the Yoruba See Themselves|
|Mediating Culture: Indigenous Media, Ethnographic Film, and the Production of Identity|
|Radio Texture: Between Self and Others|
|The Tongan Tradition of Going to the Movies|
|Rambo's Wife Saves the Day: Subjugating the Gaze and Subverting the Narrative in a Papua New Guinean Swamp|
|'It's Destroying a Whole Generation': Television and Moral Discourse in Belize|
|National Texts and Gendered Lives: An Ethnography of Television Viewers in a North Indian City|
|Power, Colonialism, Nationalism|
|Image-Based Culture: Advertising and Popular Culture|
|The Global and the Local in International Communications|
|In Rascally Signs in Sacred Places: The Politics of Culture in Nicaragua|
|The Objects of Soap Opera: Egyptian Television and the Cultural Politics of Modernity|