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TitleReorienting global communication : Indian and Chinese media beyond borders
Author edited by Michael Curtin and Hemant Shah
Imprint Urbana : University of Illinois Press, c2010
Descript 313 p. : ill. ; 23 cm


Nonsense as sense-making: negotiating globalizaton in Bombay cinema / Lakshmi Srinivas -- "From Bihar to Manhattan": Bollywood and the transnational Indian family / Aswin Punathambekar -- Home, homeland, homepage: belonging and the Indian-American web / Madhavi Mallapragada -- Transnational brides: wedding magazines and the invention of a cosmopolitan Indian tradition / Sujata Moorti -- Mapping Tollywood: the cultural geography of "Ramoji film city" in Hyderabad / Shanti Kumar -- The global face of Indian television / Divya C. McMillin -- Localizing the global: Bombay's sojourn from the cosmopolitan urbane to Aamchi Mumbai / Sreya Mitra -- Whose hero? The "spirit" and "structure" of a made-in-China global blockbuster / Yuezhi Zhao -- The deferral of pan-Asian: a critical appraisal of film marketization in China / Emilie Yuh-yu Yeh -- Cultural globalization and Chinese television: a case of hybridization / Joseph M. Chan -- East Asian pop culture: its circulation, consumption, and politics / Chua Ben Huat -- Enacting the family-nation on a global stage: an analysis of CCTV's spring festival gala / Zhongdang Pan -- Bound to rise: Chinese media discourses on the new global order / Chin-Chuan Lee -- Chinese techno-nationalism and global WiFi policy / Jack Lunchuan Qiu

Mass media -- India Mass media -- China

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