By Jürgen Gerhards
By Jürgen Gerhards
By L. Lehnen
By Dr. David A. Pettersen
Gangsters, aviators, hard-boiled detectives, gunslingers, jazz and pictures of the yankee city have been all an inextricable a part of the cultural panorama of interwar France. whereas the French Thirties have lengthy been understood as profoundly anti-American, this publication indicates how a tender, up-and-coming iteration of Thirties French writers and filmmakers approached American tradition with admiration in addition to feedback. For a few, the imaginary the US that circulated via Hollywood motion pictures, newspaper stories, radio programming and translated fiction represented the society of the long run, whereas for others it embodied a dire chance to French identification. This e-book brings an leading edge transatlantic point of view to Nineteen Thirties French tradition, concentrating on a number of of the main well-known figures from the Thirties – together with Marcel Carné, Louis-Fernand Céline, Pierre Drieu los angeles Rochelle, Julien Duvivier, André Malraux, Jean Renoir and Jean-Paul Sartre – to trace the ways that they sought to reinterpret the political and social dimensions of modernism for mass audiences through an imaginary the United States.
By Des Freedman
Based on interviews with dozens of politicians, regulators, distinctive advisers, lobbyists and campaigners, The Politics of Media Policy considers how governments, civil servants and media companies have formed the drawing up of principles referring to a variety of matters including:
The ebook identifies either the associations and the arguments that dominate the advance of those an important media guidelines. it will likely be of curiosity to public coverage and media execs, researchers, activists and scholars certainly all these made up our minds to appreciate and reply to the influence of neo-liberalism at the modern world.
By Wulf Tessin
By Richard Maxwell,Toby Miller
By John Allen Hendricks,Robert E., Jr. Denton,Jody C. Baumgartner,Jenn Burleson Mackay,Jonathan S. Morris,Eric E. Otenyo,Larry Powell,Melissa M. Smith,Nancy Snow,Frederic I. Solop,Brandon C. Waite
Strong, enticing items show the thrill of privatization, the unshackling of the rustic and the forces inside it, the reporting of it, the creation of it, of advancements either fabric and ethical in Indian information and India. A must-read to appreciate the tectonic shift Indian media and journalism has witnessed over the past twenty-five years.
By John D. H. Downing
By Susannah Radstone
Looking at a various diversity of texts together with Marilyn French's The Women's Room, Philip Roth's Patrimony, the writings of Walter Benjamin and Fredric Jameson, and flicks comparable to Cinema Paradiso, Susannah Radstone argues that notwithstanding time has been foregrounded in theories of postmodernism, these theories have neglected the query of time and sexual difference.
The Sexual Politics of Time proposes that the modern western international has witnessed a shift from the age of confession to the period of reminiscence. In a sequence of chapters on confession, nostalgia, the 'memories of boyhood' movie and the memoir, Susannah Radstone units out to complicate this declare. constructing her argument via psychoanalytic concept, she proposes that an consciousness to time and sexual distinction increases questions not just in regards to the research and characterization of texts, but additionally approximately how cultural epochs are mapped via time.
The Sexual Politics of Time might be of curiosity to scholars and researchers of time, reminiscence, distinction and cultural swap, in topics resembling Media and Cultural stories, Sociology, movie Studies.