Perspectives on Global Culture

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McGraw-Hill Education (UK), Jun 1, 2006 - Social Science - 190 pages
The book surveys key debates on the politics of representation and cultural difference, paying particular attention to issues such as subalternity, cultural nationalism, third cinema, multiculturalism, and indigenous communities. It offers an original synthesis of ideas on these topics, and traces the lines of connection between national cultural and political projects during anti-colonial struggles and more contemporary forms of national and transnational cinema and television.
 

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Contents

Part 2
67
Glossary
161
Bibliography
163
Index
177
Back cover
180
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Page 16 - Distinctive features of the new cultural politics of difference are to trash the monolithic and homogeneous in the name of diversity, multiplicity and heterogeneity; to reject the abstract, general and universal in light of the concrete, specific and particular; and to historicize, contextualize and pluralize by highlighting the contingent, provisional, variable, tentative, shifting and changing.

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R. Harindranath is Senior Lecturer in Media and Communications at the University of Melbourne, Australia. He has taught in universities in India, Malaysia, and the UK. He co-authored The 'Crash' Controversy, and is currently completing a manuscript entitled Southern Discomfort. He has written on diverse topics such as audience research, 'race' and representation, social movements, and cultural imperialism.

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