|Title||The cultural industries|
|Imprint||Thousand Oaks, CA : SAGE, 2013|
|Descript||456p. : ill ; 24 cm|
Introduction: change and continuity, power and creativity. -- Theories of culture, theories of cultural production. -- Cultural industries in the twentieth century: the key features. -- Why the cultural industries began to change in the 1980s. -- Marketisation in telecommunications and broadcasting. -- Further changes in policy: copyright and the cult of creativity. -- Ownership, structure and size. -- Creativity and commerce, organization and labour. -- Internationalisation: neither globallisation nor cultural imperialism. -- Digitalisation and the internet. -- The impact of the internet and digitalisation on existing cultural industries. -- Texts: diversity, quality and social justice. -- Conclusions: a new era in cultural production?
|Political Science Library||338.477 H585C 2013||CHECK SHELVES|
|Arts Library||HM621 H585C 2013||CHECK SHELVES|
|Arts Library||HM621 H585C 2013||CATALOGING|
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