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The Handbook of Diasporas, Media, and Culture.

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Author/Creator:
Retis, Jéssica.
Publication:
Newark : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2019.
Series:
Global Handbooks in Media and Communication Research Ser.
Global Handbooks in Media and Communication Research Ser.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (627 pages)
Subjects:
Transnationalism-Social aspects.
Emigration and immigration-Social aspects.
Immigrants-Cultural assimilation.
Immigrants-Social networks.
Immigrants in mass media.
Ethnic mass media.
Mass media and ethnic relations.
Group identity.
Globalization-Social aspects.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Contents:
Intro
Title Page
Copyright Page
Contents
List of Figures and Tables
Notes on Contributors
Series Editors' Preface
Acknowledgments
Chapter 1 Diasporas, Media, and Culture: Exploring Dimensions of Human Mobility and Connectivity in the Era of Global Interdependency
Overview of the Handbook
Part I. Roots and Routes: The Nature of "Diaspora(s)," their Relation to Nation, Ethnicity, Religion, Societies of Provenance, and Societies of Settlement
Part II. Home and Away: Transnationalism, Localism, and the Construction of Diasporic Identity
Part III. Cultural Politics in the Diaspora: Diasporic Public Spheres/Spaces, Identity Politics, and Diasporic Activism
Part IV. Nation and Diasporas: Diasporas, Nationalism, and the Making of National Cultures
Part V. Gender and Generation: How Do Gender and Generation Intersect with the Diasporic Condition and Impact on Diasporic Cultural Politics?
Part VI. New Technologies, New Experiences: Changing Media and Information and Communication Technologies, and their Impact on Diasporic Cultures
Part VII. Redefining Social Spaces in the Diaspora: The Transformation of Urban, Physical, and Virtual Spaces
Critical Perspectives on the Diasporic Condition: Spaces of Encounter and Negotiation
Notes
References
Part I Roots and Routes: The Nature of "Diaspora(s)": Their Relation to Nation, Ethnicity, Religion, Societies of Provenance, and Societies of Settlement
Chapter 2 Diasporas: Changing Meanings and Limits of the Concept
Introduction
Origins and Development
Types of Diaspora
Responses by Nation-States to Diasporas
Forms of Diaspora
Future of the Concept
Acknowledgment
References
Chapter 3 Digital Diasporas: Beyond the Buzzword: Toward a Relational Understanding of Mobility and Connectivity
Introduction.
A Genealogy of Digital Diaspora Studies
Critical Digital Diasporas
Conclusion
Acknowledgments
Notes
References
Chapter 4 The Tragedy of the Cultural Commons: Cultural Crossroads and the Paradoxes of Identity
Introduction
Cultural Flows and Politicized Identity
Culture as a Commons
Common Culture and Ethnic Boundaries
Identity Politics
Note
References
Chapter 5 Diaspora and the Plurality of Its Cosmopolitan Imaginaries
Introduction
Diaspora's Cosmopolitan Imaginaries
Visual and Discursive Narrations of Cosmopolitan Imaginaries
Conclusion
References
Books and Articles
Newspaper and Magazine Articles
Songs and Videos
Chapter 6 Beyond the Concept of Diaspora?: Reevaluating our Theoretical Toolkit Through the Study of Muslim Transnationalism
Introduction
Beyond Home and Nostalgia
The Transnational Field
The Case of Muslim Transnationalism
Reflecting on Muslim Transnationalism: Toward Rethinking the Concept of Diaspora
Note
References
Chapter 7 Doing Diasporic Media Research: Methodological Challenges and Innovations
Introduction
Approaches to Diaspora, Media and Culture
Sampling, Labeling and (Online) Methods
Families and Intersectionality
The Multispatial Approach
Comparative Research
Ethical Challenges
Concluding Remarks: New Challenges and Ways Forward
References
Part II Home and Away: Transnationalism, Localism, and the Construction of Diasporic Identity
Chapter 8 Homogenizing Heterogeneity in Transnational Contexts: Latin American Diasporas and the Media in the Global North
Introduction
The Heterogeneous Composition of Latin America
The Formation of Heterogeneous Latin American Diasporas
Diasporic Transnationalism
Homogenizing Heterogeneity
From Chicanos to Latina/o or Latinx.
Understanding Contemporary Latinx Diasporas and the Media in the Americas
Latin American-Latinx Diasporic Transnationalism
Notes
References
Chapter 9 Unraveling Diaspora and Hybridity: Brazil and the Centrality of Geopolitical Context in Analyzing Culture in Global Postcolonial Space
Introduction
Hybridity and Diaspora as Inseparable in Global Postcolonial Space
Diaspora, Hybridity, and Latin American Geopolitics
The Role of Brazilian Geopolitics in Interpreting Diaspora and Hybridity
Conclusion
References
Chapter 10 Media, Racism, and Haitian Immigration in Brazil
Introduction
Haitian Immigration in Brazil
Multiracial Brazil and the Impacts of Haitian Immigration
Haitian Immigration in Brazil as Event
In the Intrigue of Various Events, Racism, and Prejudice
Racist Actions Against Immigrants and Political Polarization in Brazil
Final Considerations
Notes
References
Media Cited in the Analysis
Chapter 11 China's Vessel on the Voyage of Globalization: The Soft Power Agenda and Diasporic Media Responses
Introduction
Soft Power and Going Global
Rethinking Diaspora and Chinese Transnationalism
Changing Chinese Media Landscape
Singtao in Australia
Singtao's Earlier, Anti-China Stance
Shifting Allegiances
Conclusion
Notes
References
Chapter 12 Digital Diaspora: Social Alliances Beyond the Ethnonational Bond
Introduction
Conceptual Trends in Diaspora Studies
Digital Diaspora
A Practice Approach to Diaspora Studies
Digital Alliances: Example 1
Digital Alliances: Example 2
Conclusions
Acknowledgment
Notes
References
Chapter 13 Transnational Mediated Commemoration of Migrant Deaths at the Borders of Europe
Introduction
Power Dynamics in Public Commemoration and Memorialization.
Mourning in Activism: Counter‐remembrance of Death in the Border Zone
Absences and Mourning: Commemorative Rituals in the Diaspora
Conclusion
Acknowledgments
References
Part III Cultural Politics in the Diaspora: Diasporic Public Spheres/Spaces, Identity Politics, and Diasporic Activism
Chapter 14 The Politics of Diasporic Integration: The Case of Iranians in Britain
Introduction
Iranians as a New Diaspora
Iranians in the UK
Recent Empirical Studies and a Note on Methodological Challenges
Rich in "Capitals": Objectively a Successful Minority?
Encounters with the Dominant Culture
Stereotypes and Representations in Media
Iranians Talk about Integration
The Contested Terrain of "Integration"
From Diaspora to Ethnic Minority?
Toward a Conclusion
Notes
References
Chapter 15 Scripting Indianness: Remediating Narratives of Diasporic Affiliation and Authenticity
Introduction
Producing the Authentic
Nation, Media, and Diasporic Publics
Shades of the Authentic
Remediated Contact Zone
Notes
References
Chapter 16 Media Representations of Diasporic Cultures and the Impact on Audiences: Polarization, Power, and the Limits of Interculturality
Introduction
Television Representations of Cultural Diversity
Audience and Expert Interpretations
Cultural Diversity, Diasporas, and Intercultural Communication
Note
References
Chapter 17 Toward a Democratization of the Public Space?: Challenges for the Twenty‐First Century
Introduction: Discursive Exclusion in the New Public Space
Speaking for Oneself
Minority Media Challenges
Looking for a Voice in the Mainstream Media
The Inclusion of Ethnocultural Diversity in the Public Sphere: Challenges for Twenty‐First Century Journalism
Notes
References.
Chapter 18 Decolonizing National Public Spheres: Indigenous Migrants as Transnational Counterpublics
Introduction
Transnational Public Spheres
Method
Indigenous Immigrant Transnational Organizing
The Indigenous Front of Binational Organizations
Regional Organization of Oaxaca
Indigenous Teachers' Cross‐Border Mobilization
Berry Outsourcing and Binational Media Awareness Campaigns
Conclusion
Notes
References
Chapter 19 The Power of Communication Networks for the Political Formation of a New Social Actor in Chile: The Case of Migrant Action Movement
Introduction
The Media and the Social and Cultural Dimension
Allies in the Network
Final Reflections
Notes
References
Part IV Nation and Diasporas: Diasporas, Nationalism, and the Making of National Cultures
Chapter 20 Making National Cultures: Sindhis in Indonesia's Media Industries
Introduction
Forms of Diaspora Media
Sindhi Diaspora in Indonesia
Producing National Culture
Conclusion: Between Nation and Ethnicity
Note
References
Chapter 21 Reporting Violence and Naming Migrants in Assam: The Coverage of Anti‐"Bengali Muslim" Violence in Assam by The Assam Tribune Newspaper
Introduction
Context and Background
Methodology
Reporting Violence, Defining "Immigrant"
Conclusion
Notes
References
Newspaper References
Chapter 22 Media and Nationalism Beyond Borders
Introduction: Media and Nationalism Beyond Borders
Transnationalized Imagined Community
Turkish and Kurdish Media in Europe
Diasporic Audience, Media, and Conflict
Conclusion
References
Chapter 23 Online Diasporas: Beyond Long-Distance Nationalisms
Introduction
Does the Internet Ignite Nationalism?
On the Empirical Study: Method, Data, and Main Results.
Diasporas as Imagined Communities: Different Groups, Different Stories.
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2021. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Contributor:
Tsagarousianou, Roza.
Other format:
Print version: Retis, Jéssica The Handbook of Diasporas, Media, and Culture
ISBN:
9781119236726
9781119236702
OCLC:
1090499439
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