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Internationalizing "international communication" [electronic resource] / Chin-Chuan Lee, editor.

Publication:
Ann Arbor : University of Michigan Press, [2014]
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Book
1 online resource
Series:
The new media world.
The new media world
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Subjects:
Communication, International.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Contents:
International communication research: critical reflections and a new point of departure / Chin-Chuan Lee
Window shopping: on internationalizing "international communication" / Elihu Katz
Beyond Lazarsfeld: international communication research and its production of knowledge / Tsan-Kuo Chang
Beyond modernization and the four theories of the press / Jan Servaes
Professional models in journalism: between homogenization and diversity / Paolo Mancini
Conditions of capital: global media in local contexts / Michael Curtin
The enduring strength of Hollywood: the "imperial adventure" genre and Avatar / Jaap van Ginneken
Resurrecting the imperial dimension in international communication / Colin Sparks
De-Westernization and cosmopolitan media studies / Silvio Waisbord
Local experiences, cosmopolitan theories: on cultural relevance in international communication research / Chin-Chuan Lee
Theorizing media production as a quasi-autonomous field: a reassessment of China News studies / Judy Polumbaum
Translation, communication, and East-West understanding / Zhang Longxi
Public spheres, fields, networks: Western concepts for a de-Westernizing world / Rodney Benson
Cosmopolitanism and international communication: understanding civil society actors / Peter Dahlgren
Postcolonial visual culture: arguments from India / Arvind Rajagopal.
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Description based on information from the publisher.
Contributor:
Li, Jinquan, 1946-
Michigan Publishing (University of Michigan) publisher.
ISBN:
9780472072446
9780472052448
9780472120789
Publisher Number:
10.3998/nmw.12748916.0001.001
Access Restriction:
Restricted for use by site license.