Table of contents for Globalization and media studies : cultural identity and media representations / edited by Stefan Kramer and Natascha Vittinghoff.

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Acknowledgements
Introduction
Stefan Kramer & Natascha Vittinghoff
The Printing Press and the Internet:
From a Culture of Memory to a Culture of Attention
Aleida Assmann
Globalization and the Experience of Culture:
The Resilience of Nationhood
Wimal Dissanayake
Transcultural Narrations of the Local:
Taiwanese Cinema Between Utopia and Heterotopia
Stefan Kramer
Garifuna Song, Groove Locale and »World-Music« Mediation
Michael Stone
The Thousand Faces of Xena:
Trans-Culturality through Multi-Identity
Miriam Butt & Kyle Wohlmut
Literature/Identity:
Transnationalism, Narrative and Representation
Arif Dirlik
How to Get Rid of China:
Ethnicity, Memory, and Trauma in Gao Xingjian's Autobiography One Man's Bible
Natascha Vittinghoff
Film and Music, or Instabilities of National Identity
Roger Hillman
The Cinematic Support to National(istic) Mythology:
The Italian Peplum 1910-1930
Irmbert Schenk
Their Master's Voice?
The Coverage of Intifada II on Israeli Television
Tamar Liebes
Drifted Liberties and Diffracted Identities?
Algerian Audiences and the »Parabola«
Ratiba Hadj-Moussa
The Right to Be Different:
Photographic Discourse and Cultural Identity in Hungary
Peter Braun

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Culture.
Mass media and culture.
Mass media -- Social aspects.
Civilization, Modern -- 1950-.
Ethnology.
Globalization.