International Cultural Policies and Power

Hardcover | March 15, 2010

EditorJ P Singh

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Political scientists by and large ignore cultural industries and technologies whereas they are prominent in other disciplines. This book provides insights from local, societal, national, and international levels in understanding cultural industries, technologies, and policies and integrates these perspectives into the study of political science.

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Political scientists by and large ignore cultural industries and technologies whereas they are prominent in other disciplines. This book provides insights from local, societal, national, and international levels in understanding cultural industries, technologies, and policies and integrates these perspectives into the study of politica...

J.P. Singh is Associate Professor in Communication, Culture and Technology at Georgetown University, USA. His research interests are international trade and negotiations, international development, qualitative reasearch methods and international cultural policies.

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:256 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.62 inPublished:March 15, 2010Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230235271

ISBN - 13:9780230235274

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Table of Contents

List of Figures * List of Tables * Preface * Notes on Contributors * Global Cultural Policies and Power; J.P.Singh * PART I: POLITICS, POWER, TECHNOLOGIES * Cultural Policy and the Political Nature of Culture; C.Rosenstein &* The Arts, Culture, and Civil Society:Power Stations in the Grids of Governance; T.W.Luke * Art-State Relations: Art and Power through the Lens of International Treaties; S.Braman * Toward a Political Economy of Digital Culture: From Organized Mass Consumption to Attention Rivalry; J.A.Hart * Playing with Power: The Cultural Impact of Prosumers; B.Valtysson * PART II: CULTURAL POLICIES: US, EU, JAPAN * The Political Economy of Cultural Diversity in Film and Television; H.Feigenbaum * An 'Economic' Approach Towards the Trade and Culture Debate: The U.S. Position; C.Balassa * Cultural Diplomacy: The Humanizing Factor; C.P.Schneider * Power in European Union Cultural Policy; P.Dewey * Making Geography Matter in Cultural Policy Research: The Case of Regional Cultural Policy in Sweden; J.Johannisson * The Importance of the Business Sector in Cultural Policy in Japan  - A Model of Complementary Relationship with Government; N.Kawashima * PART III: CULTURAL VOICES: THE DEVELOPING WORLD * Coloniality, Identity and Cultural Policy; K.V.Mulcahy * Valorisation of World Cultural Heritage in Time of Globalization: Bridges Between Nations and Cultural Power; I.Brianso  * Reality TV Shows, Private Television Networks and Social Change in India; L.Ganguly * 'The Power to Narrate': Film Festivals, a Platform for Transnational Feminism?; J.Champenois * Everyday Cultural Politics, Syncretism, and Cultural Policy; D.Galvan * Bibliography  * Index