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Die Süsswasserfauna Deutschlands

Author: August Brauer
Publisher: Weinheim : J. Cramer ; New York : Hafner, 1961.
Edition/Format:   Print book : German : NeudruckView all editions and formats
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"In Global TV, Denise D. Bielb and C. Lee Harrington seek to understand the machinery of this marketplace, its origins and history, its inner workings, and its product management. In so doing, they are led to explore the cultural significance of this global trade, and to ask how it is so remarkably successful despite the inherent cultural differences between shows and local audiences. How do culture-specific genres  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Brauer, August, 1863-1917.
Süsswasserfauna Deutschlands.
Weinheim, J. Kramer; New York, Hafner, 1961
(OCoLC)646907153
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: August Brauer
OCLC Number: 7257413
Notes: Originally published 1909-1912.
Description: 19 pts. in 4 volumes : illustrations ; 19 cm
Contents: Heft 1-4. Mammalia, Aves, Reptilia, Amphibia, Pisces --
Heft 5-9. Trichoptera --
Heft 10-14. Phyllopoda --
Heft 15-19. Nematodes, Mermithidae und Gordiidae.
Responsibility: Und herausgegeben von Dr. Brauer.
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"In Global TV, Denise D. Bielb and C. Lee Harrington seek to understand the machinery of this marketplace, its origins and history, its inner workings, and its product management. In so doing, they are led to explore the cultural significance of this global trade, and to ask how it is so remarkably successful despite the inherent cultural differences between shows and local audiences. How do culture-specific genres like American soap operas and Latin telenovelas so easily cross borders and adapt to new cultural surroundings? Why is The Nanny, whose gum-chewing star is from Queens, New York, a smash in Italy? Importantly, Bielby and Harrington also ask which kinds of shows fail. What is lost in translation? Considering such factors as censorship and other such state-specific policies, what are the inevitable constraints of crossing over? Highly experienced in the field, Bielby and Harrington provide a unique and richly textured look at global television through a cultural lens, one that has an undeniable and complex effect on what shows succeed and which do not on an international scale." -- Publisher description.

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