Dr Helen Kim
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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. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva.
Barker, C. (1999). ‘Chapter 3: The construction and representation of race and nation’. Television, globalization and cultural identities. Maidenhead: Open University Press. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva.
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.
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. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva.
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.
Georgiou, M. (2013) ‘Chapter 7: Epilogue: Cosmopolitan contradictions’.Media and the city : cosmopolitanism and difference. Cambridge: Polity Press. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva.
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. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva.
Hesmondhalgh, D. (2007). ‘Chapter 8: Internationalisation, globalisation, and cultural imperialism’.The cultural industries. London and Los Angeles: Sage.
Lash, S., and Lury, C. (2007). ‘Chapter 3: Football Biography.’Global culture industry. 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. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva.
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.
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.
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. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva.
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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