By Lee Artz
'Spectacle and Diversity: Transnational Media and Global Culture' reveals that as media consolidate and partner across national and cultural boundaries, global culture evolves. Where a company is based geographically no longer determines its outreach or output. The new transnational media industry is universal in its operation, function, and social impact. It reflects a shared transnational culture of consumerism, authoritarianism, cultural diversity, and spectacle.
This book will appeal to a wide range of readers, including students of global studies and international communication at all levels interested in the way transnational media work and how that shapes our culture.
Transnational Media: The New Order
Chapter One: Global Entertainment: Not Yet the Democratic Age
Chapter Two: Cultural Imperialism and Transnational Media
Chapter Three: Media in India: From Public to Private to Transnational
Chapter Four: Crouching Tigers: Transnational Media in and from China
Chapter Five: Latin America: From Telenovelas to Transnational Media
Chapter Six: The New Frontiers of Europe: Transnational Media Partnerships
Chapter Seven: The Hegemonic Appeal of Spectacle and Diversity
Lee Artz is Professor of Media Studies and Director of the Center for Global Studies at Purdue University Northwest, and a member of IAMCR.
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Title: Spectacle and Diversity: Transnational Media and Global Culture
Author: Lee Artz