1st Edition

Asian Media Productions

By Brian Moeran Copyright 2002
    315 Pages
    by Routledge

    324 Pages
    by Routledge

    A substantial book on the social practices and cultural attitudes of people producing, reading, watching and listening to different kinds of media in Japan, China, Taiwan, Indonesia, Vietnam, Singapore and India.

    The Field of Asian Media Productions; I: Asian Media Flows; 1: Global Cultural Politics and Asian Civilizations; 2: Becoming ‘Culturally Proximate'; 3: Cultural Regulation and Advertising in Asean; II: News; 4: Between Markets and Mandarins; 5: Turning Seeing Into Believing; 6: Dateline Tokyo; III: Advertising; 7: Creating Advertising in Japan; 8: Citizens Have Sex, Consumers Make Love; 9: Drunk on the Screen; IV: Producing Consumption; 10: So Close and Yet So Far; 11: Yoshimoto K?gy? and Manzai in Japan's Media Culture; 12: Promoting Culture


    Brian Moeran

    'Asian Media Production is a well-timed collection and addresses a void in research. It is of use to anyone interested in the developing area of media and cultural studies in Asia ... highly recommended.' - ?

    'The book is a timely and comprehensive volume to meet the ever-growing interest in media cultures.' - Journal of the Royal Anthropolgical Institute