Globalization and Media in the Digital Platform Age
By Dal Yong Jin
Offering an in-depth look at globalization processes, histories, texts, and state policies as they relate to the global media, this book maps out the increasing role of digital platforms as they have shifted the contours of globalization. Case studies and examples focus on ubiquitous digital platforms, including Facebook, YouTube, and Netflix, in tandem with globalization so that the readers are able to apply diverse theoretical frameworks of globalization in different media milieu. Readers are taught core theoretical concepts which they should apply critically to a broad range of contemporary media policies, practices, movements, and technologies in different geographic regions of the world – North America, Europe, Africa, Latin America, and Asia – with a view to determining how they shape and are shaped by globalization.
End-of-chapter discussion questions prompt further critical thinking and research. Students doing coursework in digital media, global media, international communication, and globalization will find this new textbook to be an essential introduction to how media have influenced a complex set of globalization processes in broad international and comparative contexts.
Chapter 1. Globalization in the Age of Digital Platforms
Chapter 2. Media History in the Age of Globalization
Chapter 3. Approaches to Globalization in the Age of Digital Platforms
Chapter 4. From Cultural Imperialism to Platform Imperialism
Chapter 5. The Nation-State: Dead or Alive
Chapter 6. The Business of Global Platform Industries
Chapter 7. Smartphones in the Era of Globalization
Chapter 8. Globalization and Broadcasting
Chapter 9. The Cultural Politics of Film
Chapter 10. The Culture of Global Media: Music
Dal Yong Jin is Professor of Communication at Simon Fraser University, and a member of IAMCR.
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Title: Globalization and Media in the Digital Platform Age
Author: Dal Yong Jin