glocalisation

Week 8 Further Readings

A selection of suggested readings on ‘local’ television in global context …

Deprez, C. 2009, “Indian TV serials: between originality and adaptation”, Global Media and Communication, vol. 5, no. 3, pp. 425-430.

Campanella, B. 2009, “TV Review: Big Brother in Brazil”, Global Media and Communication, vol. 5, no. 1, pp. 137-140. 

Neil, G. 2006, “Assessing the effectiveness of UNESCO’s new Convention on cultural diversity”, Global Media and Communication, vol. 2, no. 2, pp. 257-262.  

Jeffrey, R. 2006, “The Mahatma didn’t like the movies and why it matters: Indian broadcasting policy, 1920s-1990s”, Global Media and Communication, vol. 2, no. 2, pp. 204-224. 

Miller, J.L. 2010, “Ugly Betty goes global: Global networks of localized content in the telenovela industry”, Global Media and Communication, vol. 6, no. 2, pp. 198-217. 

Ryan, M. 2009, “WHITHER CULTURE? AUSTRALIAN HORROR FILMS AND THE LIMITATIONS OF CULTURAL POLICY”, MEDIA INTERNATIONAL AUSTRALIA, , no. 133, pp. 43-55.

Given, J. 2004, “”Not unreasonably denied”: Australian content after AUSTFA”, Media International Australia, vol. 111, pp. 8-22.  

de Roeper, J. & Luckman, S. 2009, “FUTURE AUDIENCES FOR AUSTRALIAN STORIES: INDUSTRY RESPONSES IN A POST-WEB 2.0 WORLD”, MEDIA INTERNATIONAL AUSTRALIA, , no. 130, pp. 5-16.   

 
MacRae, D. & Griff, C. 2004, “Flexible vision: emerging audiovisual technological and services, and options to support Australian content”, Media International Australia, vol. 111, pp. 23-33.  

Rennie, E. & Featherstone, D. 2008, “‘THE POTENTIAL DIVERSITY OF THINGS WE CALL TV’: INDIGENOUS COMMUNITY TELEVISION, SELF-DETERMINATION AND NITV”, MEDIA INTERNATIONAL AUSTRALIA, , no. 129, pp. 52-66.

Glocalisation, the principal of justice and the link between global markets and high risk sexual activity all feature in a cosmopolitan(ism) discussion with Doctor Garrett Brown, Reader in Political Theory and Global Ethics at The University of Sheffield.

Garrett also makes a Talking Heads reference, which was a lovely surprise, although we spoiled things rather by bringing up Gangnam Style in response.

Tickets for Garret Brown’s Inspiration & Co talk on 12th March 2013 are free for University of Sheffield students. Book here - www.eventbrite.co.uk/event/5317705400