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The Routledge companion to global popular culture

Author: Toby Miller
Publisher: New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2015. ©2015
Series: Routledge Companions
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Toby Miller
ISBN: 9780415641470 0415641470 9781136175954 1136175954
OCLC Number: 869264261
Description: xxii, 535 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.
Contents: Pt. I Theories --
1.Political Economy / Vincent Mosco --
2.Theoretically Accounting for Television Formats in the New International Division of Cultural Labour / Anthony Quinn --
3.Social Semiotics / Bob Hodge --
4.Audiences: The Lived Experience of Popular Culture / Helen Wood --
5.The Media and Democratization / Graeme Turner --
6.Participation (Un)Limited: Social Media and the Prospects of a Common Culture / Marisol Sandoval --
7.Designing Affective Consumers: Emotion Analysis in Market Research / Kelly Gates --
8.The Metrics, Reloaded / Shawn Shimpach --
9.Roland Barthes's Mythologies: A Breakthrough Contribution To The Study Of Mass Culture / Dana Polan --
10.The Humdrum / Alec Mchoul --
11.Celebrity / Jo Littler --
12.Celebrities In Global Development / Karin Gwinn Wilkins --
13.Relationbits: You, Me And The Other / Richard Ek --
14.Studying Change In Popular Culture: A "Middle-Range" Approach / Jon Silver --
15.Externalism And Linked Brains: Popular Culture As A Knowledge-Creating Deme / John Hartley --
pt. II Genres --
16.De Do Do Do, De Da Da Dadaism: Popular Culture And The Avant-Garde / Scott Mackenzie --
17.Privatization Is The New Black: Quality Television And The Re-Fashioning Of The U.S. Prison Industrial Complex / Maria Pramaggiore --
18.The Money Shot In Feminist Queer And Mainstream Pornographies / Rebecca Sullivan --
19.The Horrors Of Slavery And Modes Of Representation In Amistad And 12 Years A Slave / Douglas Kellner --
20.Black Frankenstein And Racial Neoliberialism In Contemporary American Cinema: Reanimating Racial Monsters In Changing Lanes / Michael G. Lacy --
21.Nonverbal Signals As Key To Howard Hawks' Cinema: The Importance Of Adaptors In His Girl Friday / Paula Requeijo Rey --
22.The Labor Of Classical Maternal Melodramas / Kathleen A. Mchugh --
23.Agitprop Rap? "Ill Manors" And The Impotent Indifference Of Social Protest / Miguel Mera --
24.World Music: The Fabrication Of A Genre / Timothy D. Taylor --
25.The Shifting Boundaries Of Jazz And/In Popular Culture / Silvio Waisbord --
26.Body, Space And Authenticity In Shakira's Video For "My Hips Don't Lie" / Anamaria Tamayo Duque --
27."We Cannot Live In Our Own Neighborhood": An Approach To The Construction Of Intercultural Communication In Television News / Antonio Pineda --
28.Online Tabloid Newspapers / David Rowe 29.Media Representation Of Science And Health: The Case Of Coma / Jenny Kitzinger --
30.Mass Movement: Popular Culture And The End Of The Corset / Sarah Berry --
31.Shirley Temple: Child Star / Geoff Lealand --
32.Retro In Contemporary Bombay Cinema / Ranjani Mazumdar --
pt. III Places --
33.The Personal Is Political: The Political Economy Of Noncommercial Radio Broadcasting In The United States / Robert W. Mcchesney --
34.Little Hollywoods: The Cultural Impacts Of Runaway Film Production / Vicki Mayer --
35.The Next Ronald Reagan? Celebrity, Social Entrepreneurism, And The Case Of Brazilian Tv Host Luciano Huck / Bruno Campanella --
36.Solidarity Matters: Global Solidarity, Revolution And Indigenous Peoples In Latin America / Roy KrØel --
37.Performing Native Identities: Human Displays And Indigenous Activism In Marcos' Philippines / Talitha Espiritu --
38."Like" It Or Not: The Impact Of Facebook And Social Networking Sites On Adolescents' Responses To Peer Influence / Ellen Wartella --
39.Gallipoli, Tourism And Australian Nationalism / Brad West --
40.`Creativity Is For People --
Art's For Posh People': Popular Culture And The Uk's New Labour Government / Kate Oakley --
41.The Politics And Possibilities Of Media Reform: Lessons From The Uk / Des Freedman --
42.Spaces Of Emotions: Technology, Media And Affective Activism / Inka Salovaara --
43.Asian Popular Culture Review / Frances Yang --
44.Capitals Without Countries: Cairo And Beirut In English / Jenine Abboushi --
45.La Sape: Fashion And Performance / Dominic Thomas --
46."Popular Culture" In A Changing Brazil / Bianca Freire-Medeiros.
Series Title: Routledge Companions
Responsibility: edited by Toby Miller.

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