Environment, Media, and Popular Culture in Southeast Asia
Edited by Jason Paolo Telles, John Charles Ryan and Jeconiah Louis Dreisbach
This book addresses the increasingly important subject of ecomedia by critically examining the interconnections between environment, ecology, media forms, and popular culture in the Southeast Asian region, exploring methods such as textual analysis, thematic analysis, content analysis, participatory ethnography, auto ethnography, and semi-structured interviewing. It is divided into four sections: I. Activism, Environment, and Indigeneity; II. Political, Ecologies and Urban Spaces; III. Narratives, Discourses, and Aesthetics; and IV. Imperialism, Nationalism, and Islands, covering topics such as broadcast media (radio and TV) and the environment; green cinema and ecodocumentaries, ecodigital art, digital environmental literature. It is of great interest to researchers, students, practitioners and scholars working in the area of humanities, media, communications, cultural studies, environmental humanities, environmental studies, and sustainability.
Jason Paolo Telles is an Assistant Professor of Broadcast Communication at the University of the Philippines Baguio, and a member of IAMCR.
John Charles Ryan is Adjunct Associate Professor at Southern Cross University, Australia, and Adjunct Senior Research Fellow at the Nulungu Institute, Notre Dame University, Australia.
Jeconiah Louis Dreisbach (PhD Candidate, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya) is an Assistant Professorial Lecturer at the Department of Filipino of De La Salle University in Manila, The Philippines.
The above text is from the publisher’s description of the book:
Title: Environment, Media, and Popular Culture in Southeast Asia
Editors: Jason Paolo Telles, John Charles Ryan and Jeconiah Louis Dreisbach
Publisher: Springer Singapore