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Global goes local : popular culture in Asia

Author: Timothy J Craig
Publisher: Vancouver : UBC Press, 2009.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Covering topics from pop music in Korea to TV commercials in Malaysia, this collection shows how imported cultural forms have been invested with fresh meaning and transformed by local artists to  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Timothy J Craig
ISBN: 0774808748 9780774808743 0774808756 9780774808750
OCLC Number: 730011113
Description: VIII, 309 Seiten : Illustrationen
Contents: FiguresAcknowledgmentsAsia and Global Popular Culture: The View from He Yong's GarbageDump / Richard King and Timothy J. Craig Part 1: Global versus Local -- Hybridity and Appropriationin Asian Popular Culture1. Hulk Hogan in the Rainforest / Peter Metcalf2. Hybridity and Disjuncture in Mainland Chinese Popular Music /Mercedes M. Dujunco3. Under Attack: Mass Media Technology and Indigenous MusicalPractices in the Philippines / Michiyo Yoneno Reyes4. Rocking East and West: The USA in Malaysian Music (An AmericanRemix) / Eric C. Thompson5. Exploding Ballads: The Transformation of Korean Pop Music /Keith Howard Part 2: Political, Ideological, and Spiritual Tensions inAsian Popular Culture6. The Poetics and Politics of Sister Drum: "Tibetan"Music in the Global Marketplace / Janet L. Upton7. Television Drama in China: Engineering Souls for the Market /Michael Keane8. Moral Advertising in Malaysian TV Commercials / Todd Joseph,Miles Holden and Azrina Husin9. "You May Not Believe, But Never Offend the Spirits":Spirit-Medium Cults and Popular Media in Modern Thailand / PattanaKitiarsa10. Revisioning Japanese Religiosity: Osamu Tezuka's Hi no tori(The Phoenix) / Mark MacWilliams Part 3: The Creation, Assertion, and Representation ofIdentity in Asian Popular Culture11. Images of Asians in the Art of the Great Pacific War, 1937-45 /Nancy Brcak and John Pavia12. To Fight the Losing War, to Remember the Lost War: The ChangingRole of Gunka, Japanese War Songs / Junko Oba13. The Incantation of Shanghai: Singing a City into Existence /Isabel K.F. Wong14. Cassettes, Bazaars, and Saving the Nation: The Uyghur MusicIndustry in Xinjiang, China / Rachel Harris BibliographyCreditsContributorsIndex
Responsibility: ed. by Timothy J. Craig ...

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