TITLE

Cultural homicide, ayoh!

AUTHOR(S)
Sardar, Ziauddin
PUB. DATE
April 2001
SOURCE
New Internationalist;Apr2001, Issue 333, p16
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Focuses on the impact of globalization on cultural identity in Singapore. Notion on the internalization of global identity; Role of media in global dispensation; Global economics of television; Characterization of globalization.
ACCESSION #
4352440

 

Related Articles

  • The Puzzle of Media Power: Notes Toward a Materialist Approach. FREEDMAN, DES // International Journal of Communication (19328036);2014, Vol. 8, p319 

    In any consideration of the relationship between communication and global power shifts and of the ways in which the media are implicated in new dynamics of power, the concept of media power is frequently invoked as a vital agent of social and communicative change. This article sets out to...

  • Globalization of Media: What's Adaptation Got to Do with It? Ross Altarac, Shari // Conference Papers -- National Communication Association;2008, p1 

    Overseas television markets serve as important media gatekeepers, routinely adapting imported TV shows to fit local cultural norms and values. The phenomenon of adaptation in television imports directly challenges the cultural imperialism thesis that maintains U.S. hegemonic media messages are...

  • AN IPHONE IN EVERY HAND: MEDIA ECOLOGY, COMMUNICATION STRUCTURES, AND THE GLOBAL VILLAGE. VALCANIS, TOM // ETC: A Review of General Semantics;Jan2011, Vol. 68 Issue 1, p33 

    The article discusses the use of digital mass media technologies and questions whether aspects of globalization and the information age that are associated with these technologies contribute to a complete cultural phenomenon. The author examines media ecology, structures of communication,...

  • "La Globalización" es un gigantesco mecanismo de mediación social.  // Chasqui (13901079);jun-sep2011, Issue 114/115, p38 

    The articles presents an interview with Spanish professor Manuel Martin Serrano, who discusses his role in the creation of the paradigm of "mediación" (mediation), a key concept in the theory of communication and mass media. The interview came out in 2008, the year the second edition of his...

  • CULTURE AND TELEVISION. THE TELEVISUAL GLOBALIZATION. MITU, BIANCA-MARINA // Economics, Management & Financial Markets;Jun2011, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p896 

    Globalization is an issue extensively discussed in recent years, many researchers bringing out all the harmful effects this phenomenon can have - especially the danger of cultural uniformity. In a provocative rethinking of the medium and its ensuring effects this scientific approach argues that...

  • Point: Cultural Protectionism Cannot Solve Canada's Identity Crisis. Paul, Ian; Renneboog, Richards M.J. // Canadian Points of View: Cultural Protectionism;2016, p2 

    The article presents an argument for ending cultural protectionism in Canada. The author argues that protectionist policies are outdated and perform a disservice to Canadian popular culture and identity. The view of popular media as product rather than art is expressed and the importance of...

  • Modelos mentales de comunicación y consumo. Una comparación intercultural de publicidad televisiva.  // Comunicación y Sociedad;dic2004, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p149 

    The article examines how television advertisements differ across various cultures. It provides a statistical analysis of the relations between face-to-face communications and technology based communication. It argues that the processes of globalization have produced contradictory consequences...

  • Class-bound reductionism vs. the multidetermination of national cultures: An essay on Puerto... Flores-Caraballo, Eliut D. // Studies in Latin American Popular Culture;1991, Vol. 10, p25 

    Focuses on Puerto Rican national consciousness. Case against unitarian definitions of national culture; Emilio S. Belaval and cultural nationalism; Definitional model of Puerto Rican national cultures; Role of mass media in contemporary Puerto Rican cultures.

  • Index – Volume 5.  // International Journal of Media & Cultural Politics;2009, Vol. 5 Issue 3, p265 

    A subject index for the September 2009 issue of "International Journal of Media and Cultural Politics" is presented.

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of VIRGINIA BEACH PUBLIC LIBRARY AND SYSTEM

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics