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COMM5310M
Media, Culture, and Globalisation

Media, Culture and Globalisation, 2017/18, Semester 2
Dr Giorgia Aiello
g.aiello@leeds.ac.uk
Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue

Aiello, G., & Thurlow, C. (2006). ‘Symbolic capitals: Visual discourse and intercultural exchange in the European Capital of Culture scheme’.Language and intercultural communication., 6(2): 148–162.

Barker, C. (1999). ‘Chapter 3: The construction and representation of race and nation’. Television, globalization and cultural identities. Maidenhead: Open University Press.

Cabanes, J. (forthcoming) ‘Mediating multiculturalism in a developing world city: The case of Indians and Koreans in the Manila-centric Philippine entertainment media’.Media, culture & society.

Cabanes, J. and Acedera, K. (2012) ‘On mobile phones and mother-fathers: Calls, texts, and conjugal power relations in mother-away Filipino families’.New media and society., 14( 6): 916-930.

Castells, M. (2004). ‘Chapter 1: Communal heavens: Identity and meaning in the network society’.The Power of Identity. Malden, MA: Blackwell.

Chouliaraki, L. (2006) ‘Towards an analytics of mediation’. Critical discourse studies, 3(2): 153-178.

Clausen, L. (2004). ‘Localizing the global: "Domestication" processes in international news production’.Media, culture & society., 26(1), 25-44.

Couldry, N. (2012) ‘Chapter 8: Media ethics, media justice’. Media, society, world : social theory and digital media practice. London: Polity Press.

Dayan, Daniel (2007) ‘Morality, distance, and the other: Roger Silverstone’s Media and Morality’.International Journal of Communication, 1: 113-122.

De Leeuw, S. and I. Rydin (2007). ‘Migrant children's digital stories: Identity formation and self- representation through media production’. European Journal of Cultural Studies, (10): 447 – 464.

Flew, T. (2007). ‘Chapter 5: Global Media Cultures’. Understanding global media.  Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Georgiou, M. (2013) ‘Chapter 7: Epilogue: Cosmopolitan contradictions’.Media and the city : cosmopolitanism and difference. Cambridge: Polity Press.

Govil, N. (2006). ‘Bollywood and the frictions of global mobility.’ In K. D. Thussu (ed.), Media on the move : global flow and contra-flow. London: Routledge.

Hall, S. (1991). ‘The local and the global: Globalization and ethnicity’. In A. D. King (Ed.)Culture, Globalization and the World-system: Contemporary Conditions for the Representation of Identity. London: Macmillan.

Hesmondhalgh, D. (2007). ‘Chapter 8: Internationalisation, globalisation, and cultural imperialism’.The cultural industries. London and Los Angeles: Sage. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva

Lash, S., and Lury, C. (2007). ‘Chapter 3: Football Biography.’Global culture industry. Cambridge: Polity Press. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva

Lull, J. (2000). ‘Chapter 9: Globalisation and cultural territory’. Media, Communication, Culture: A Global Approach Cambridge: Polity Press.

Machin, D. (2004). ‘Building the world’s visual language: The increasing global importance of image banks in corporate media’. Visual communication quarterly., 3(3): 316-336.

Machin, D., and van Leeuwen, T. (2004). ‘Global media: Generic homogeneity and discursive diversity’.Continuum : journal of media and cultural studies., 18(1): 99-120.

Madianou, M. (2005). ‘Chapter 2: Rethinking identities in a mediated world.’ Mediating the nation : news, audiences and the politics of identity. London: UCL Press.

Madianou, M. and Miller, D. (2011) ‘Crafting Love: letters and cassette tapes in transnational Filipino family communication’. South East Asia Research , 19(2): 249-272. Available at: http://www.centerforartandthought.org/work/item/crafting-love-letters-and-cassette-tapes-transnational-filipino-family-communication

Miller, D. (2011) ‘B: Fifteen theses on what Facebook might be’.Tales from Facebook. Cambridge and Malden, MA: Polity Press.

Miller, T. (2001) ‘Chapter 1: Globalism, cultural imperialism and Hollywood history’. Global Hollywood. London: British Film Institute. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva

Orgad, S. and Vella, C. (2012) Who Cares? : Challenges and Opportunities in Communicating Distant Suffering: A View from the Development and Humanitarian Sector. London: Polis. Available at: http://eprints.lse.ac.uk/44577/

Shim, D. (2008) ‘The growth of Korean cultural industries and the Korean Wave.’ In B.H. Chua and K. Iwabuchi (eds.) East Asian pop culture : analysing the Korean wave. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.

Silverstone, R. (1999) ‘Chapter 12: Globe’. Why study the media?. London: Sage.

Silverstone, R. (2006) ‘Chapter 2: Mediaopolis or, the space of appearance’. Media and morality : on the rise of the mediapolis. London: Polity Press.

Silverstone, R. (2006) ‘Chapter 4: Contrapuntal cultures’. Media and morality : on the rise of the mediapolis. London: Polity Press.

Sklair, L. (2002). ‘Chapter 7: Ideology of consumerism’. Globalization : capitalism and its alternatives. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva

Straubhaar J. (1997). ‘Distinguishing the global, regional and national levels of world television.’ In A. Sreberny-Mohammadi, D. Winseck, J. McKenna, and O. Boyd-Barrett (eds.), Media in global context : a reader. London: Edward Arnold.

Straubhaar, J.D. (2008). ‘Global, hybrid or multiple? Cultural identities in the age of satellite TV and the Internet’. Nordicom Review, 29(2), 11-29.

Thurlow, C. and Aiello, G. (2007). ‘National pride, global capital: a social semiotic analysis of transnational visual branding in the airline industry’. Visual communication quarterly., 6(3): 305–344.

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