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The myth of media globalization / Kai Hafez ; translated by Alex Skinner.

By: Hafez, Kai
Contributor(s): Skinner, Alex
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Cambridge ; Malden, Mass. : Polity Press,2007 c2007Description: viii, 224 p. : ill., map ; 23 cmISBN: 9780745639086 (hbk.); 0745639089 (hbk.); 9780745639093 (pbk.); 0745639097 (pbk.)Subject(s): Mass media -- Political aspects | Globalization | Culture and globalization | Massamedia | InternationalisatieDDC classification: 302.23 Online resources: Contributor biographical information | Publisher description | Table of contents only
Contents:
Theory - structural transformation of the global public sphere? -- International reporting - 'No further than Columbus...'' -- Satellite television - the renaissance of world regions -- Film and programme imports - entertainment culture as the core of media globalization -- The Internet - the Information Revolution which came too late for the 'Third Wave of democratization' -- International broadcasting - from national propaganda to global dialogue and back again -- Media and immigration - ethnicity and transculturalism in the media age -- Media policy - why the state continues to play a role -- Media capital - the limits of transnationalization.
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Previously published in German as Mythos Globalisierung. Wiesbaden : Verlag fuÌ(r Sozialwissenschaften, 2005.

Includes bibliographical references (p. [197]-213) and index.

Theory - structural transformation of the global public sphere? -- International reporting - 'No further than Columbus...'' -- Satellite television - the renaissance of world regions -- Film and programme imports - entertainment culture as the core of media globalization -- The Internet - the Information Revolution which came too late for the 'Third Wave of democratization' -- International broadcasting - from national propaganda to global dialogue and back again -- Media and immigration - ethnicity and transculturalism in the media age -- Media policy - why the state continues to play a role -- Media capital - the limits of transnationalization.

catalogued by: wessam

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