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Here, there, and everywhere : the foreign politics of American popular culture

Author: Reinhold Wagnleitner; Elaine Tyler May
Publisher: Hanover, NH : University Press of New England, ©2000.
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The authors examine the globalization of American popular culture including movies, television, fast food, and popular music.
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Genre/Form: Kongress
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Here, there, and everywhere.
Hanover, NH : University Press of New England, c2000
(OCoLC)606275818
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Reinhold Wagnleitner; Elaine Tyler May
ISBN: 1584650346 9781584650348 1584650354 9781584650355
OCLC Number: 42866180
Description: xi, 356 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Here, there, and everywhere: introduction / Reinhold Wagnleitner and Elaine Tayler May --
First steps toward globalization: nineteenth-century exports of American entertainment forms / John G. Blair --
The Americanization of South Africa / James T. Campbell --
No innocents abroad: the Salzburg impetus and American studies in Europe / Oliver Schmidt --
Selling America via the silver screen? Efforts to manage the projection of American culture abroad, 1942-1947 / Theodore A. Wilson --
Dreams in a dictatorship: Hollywood and Franco's Spain, 1939-1956 / Aurora Bosch and M. Fernanda del Rincón --
Invasion and counterattack: Italian and American film relations in the postwar period / Guiliana Muscio --
Programmed for domination: U.S. television broadcasting and its effects on Nigerian culture / Nosa Owens-Ibie --
Jammin' on the Champs-Elysées: jazz, France, and the 1950s / Elizabeth Vihlen --
"Satchmo blows up the world": jazz, race, and empire during the cold war / Penny M. Von Eschen --
Swingin' under Stalin: Russian jazz during the cold war and beyond / Michael May --
Rock 'n' roll in the German Democratic Republic, 1949-1961 / Thomas Fuchs --
How hip hop hit Heidelberg: German rappers, rhymes, and rhythms / Christoph Ribbat --
Cultural transformation of John Philip Sousa and Disneyland in Japan / Masako Notoji --
Consumption of American pop culture in Ireland and England / Myles Dungan and David Gray --
Backlash: an argument against the spread of American popular culture in Turkey / Gülriz Büken --
German unification as self-inflicted Americanization: critical views on the course of contemporary German development / Michael Ermarth --
Advertising: the commodification of American icons of freedom / Rob Kroes --
New lords of the global village? Theories of media domination in the Internet era / J. Michael Jaffe and Gabriel Weimann --
Encartafication or emancipation: the Internet as the new American frontier? / Reinhold Wagnleitner.
Responsibility: Reinhold Wagnleitner and Elaine Tyler May, editors.

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The authors examine the globalization of American popular culture including movies, television, fast food, and popular music.

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