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Communication, culture and hegemony

from the media to mediations

by JesuМЃs MartiМЃn B.

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  • 29 Currently reading

Published by SAGE Publications in London, Newbury Park .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Latin America.
    • Subjects:
    • Mass media -- Latin America,
    • Mass media -- Social aspects -- Latin America,
    • Popular culture -- Latin America

    • Edition Notes

      StatementJ. Martin-Barbero ; translated by Elizabeth Fox and Robert A. White ; with an introduction by Philip Schlesinger.
      SeriesCommunication and human values, Communication and human values (Newbury Park, Calif.)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsP92.L3 M37 1993
      The Physical Object
      Pagination272 p. ;
      Number of Pages272
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1743628M
      ISBN 10080398488X
      LC Control Number92050905


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Communication, Culture and Hegemony: From the Media to Mediations: Jesus Martin B., Elizabeth Fox, Robert A. White: Books - 5/5(1). Hegemony, Mass Media and Cultural Studies offers a needed and welcome engagement with three critical paradigms in media studies—the Critical Theory of the Frankfurt School, early British Cultural Studies, and the Political Economy of Communication—that aims to provide a compelling, usable theoretical synthesis for contemporary media scholars and students.

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James Lull's classic work on media and culture in the global perspective is thoroughly revised, expanded, and updated. Drawing on the best contemporary social and cultural theory, the noted scholar offers a balanced, bold, and comprehensive analysis of current developments worldwide.

In his familiar, reader-friendly style, Lull brings to life a wide range of examples, from hip-hop hybrids of Reviews: 1. James Lull is Professor Emeritus of communication studies at San Jose State University and is the author of several books on global communication, culture, and human evolution including the forthcoming The Language of Life: How Communication Drives Human by: One way to encourage cultural diversity is to show respect for cultural differences by not insisting that a person from another culture always defer to your cultural ways.

Interpersonal communication means only face to face communication in this book. Cultural hegemony through media.

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Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: or Search WorldCat. Find items in libraries near you. Jesus Martin-Barbero manages to combine a practical overview of contemporary theories of communication, culture, and hegemony with a compelling Latin American application of those theories.

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Hegemony is illustrated with examples from American history and contemporary culture, including practices that represent race, gender, and class in everyday life. U.S. cultural hegemony depends in part on how well media, government, and other dominant institutions popularize beliefs and organize practices that promote individualism and consumerism.

The book draws on relevant literature from anthropology, sociology, film, media, communication, and cultural studies to explore the concepts of hegemony, circulation, viewership, cultural taste, and South Asian cultural history and : Palgrave Macmillan.

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Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications. Communication, Culture and Hegemony is the first English translation of this major contribution to cultural studies in media research.

Building on British, French and other European traditions of cultural studies, as well as a brilliant synthesis of the rich and extensive research of Latin American scholars, Mart[ac]in-Barbero offers a substantial reassessment of critical media theory.

Author: Jesús Martín-Barbero. James Lull's classic work on media and culture in the global perspective is thoroughly revised, expanded, and updated.

Drawing on the best contemporary social and cultural theory, the noted scholar offers a balanced, bold, and comprehensive analysis of current developments worldwide. The idea of culture as something that is shared means that it is vital to understand culture and communication in relation to one another.

The relationship between culture and communication, in all its forms, is tightly interwoven and interlinked. We can see that communication enables the spread and reiteration of culture.

Cultural hegemony refers to domination or rule maintained through ideological or cultural means. It is usually achieved through social institutions, which allow those in power to strongly influence the values, norms, ideas, expectations, worldview, and behavior of the rest of society.

Cultural hegemony is the control of culture through domination of social groups via social institutions. Simply put cultural hegemony is a type of hegemony that serves to police society in a way that is unnoticeable to the dominant group and is perpetuated as the parameters of what to think and how to think about it.

Series Editor: G arth S. J owett. University of Houston. The study of popular culture has now become a widely accepted part of the modern academic curriculum. This increasing interest has spawned a great deal of important research in recent years, and the field of “cultural studies” in its many forms is now one of the most dynamic and exciting in modern academia.

Most of his published books are in Spanish; some have been translated into other languages. His most important work is Communication, Culture and Hegemony From the Media to the Mediations According to WorldCat, this work is in libraries.

and cultural reality. Messages supportive of the status quo emanating from schools, businesses, political organizations, trade unions, religious groups, the military and the mass media all dovetail together ideo­ logically. This inter-articulating, mutually reinforcing process of ideological influence is File Size: 1MB.

In book: Encyclopedia of Media and Communication, Chapter: Media Hegemony, Publisher: University of Toronto Press, Editors: Marcel Danesi, pp Cite this publication Lee Artz. With the increasing diversification of the United States, the growth in global interconnections among nation-states in the realm of health issues, and the increasing presence of health communication scholars from postcolonial contexts in the U.S.

academy, the concept of culture has emerged as a key topic of interest to health communicators (Brislin, ; Resnicow, Braithwaite, Cited by: In Marxist philosophy, cultural hegemony is the domination of a culturally diverse society by the ruling class who manipulate the culture of that society — the beliefs and explanations, perceptions, values, and mores — so that the imposed, ruling-class worldview becomes the accepted cultural norm; the universally valid dominant ideology, which justifies the social, political, and economic.

Cultural Identity and New Communication Technologies: Political, Ethnic and Ideological Implications presents a careful blend of conceptual, theoretical and applied research in NCTs.

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Hybridity has become a master trope across many spheres of cultural research, theory, and criticism, and one of the most widely used and criticized concepts in postcolonial theory.

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