Table of contents for Global communications : toward a transcultural political economy / edited by Paula Chakravartty and Yuezhi Zhao.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
DEDICATION
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
INTRODUCTION _______________________________________ 
SECTION I: THE STATE IN MULTIPLE MODERNITIES 
Chapter 1: Communication and the Socialist Legacy of the Chinese State in the Era of 
Transnational Capitalism
Yuezhi Zhao, Simon Fraser University, Canada. p.1
Chapter 2: Media, Power, and Responses to Globalization: The Case of Post-Communist Russia.
	Olessia Koltsova, Higher School of Economics, Russia. p.41
Chapter 3: Regional crisis, personal solutions: The media's role in securing neo-liberal 
hegemony in Singapore
Soek-Fang Sim, Macalister College, USA. p.73
Chapter 4: Governance and Legitimacy: The Case of the European Union
Katherine Sarikakis, University of Leeds, UK. p.103
Chapter 5: Media, Democracy and the State in Venezuela's 'Bolivarian Revolution'
Robert Duffy and Robert Everton p.129
SECTION II: MARKET SUBSUMPTION AND CULTURAL 
TRANSFORMATION
Chapter 6: Transnational Media Flows and Cultural (Dis)Connections in East Asia
	Koichi Iwabuchi, International Christian University, Japan p. 172
Chapter 7: Local and Global Sites of Power in the Circulation of Ghanania Adinkra
	Boatema Boateng, University of California, San Diego, USA. p. 201
Chapter 8: A Transcultural Political Economy of the Arab Television Industry
Marwan Kraidy, American University, USA. p. 240
Chapter 9: Rethinking the Spanish-language Media Market in the U.S.
Mari Castañeda, University of Massachusets Amherst, USA. p. 259
SECTION III: CIVIL SOCIETY AND TRANSLOCAL PUBLICS
Chapter 10: Gender and Empire-Building: Performing Femininities in the War on 
Terrorism 
	Sunera Thobani, University of British Columbia, Canada. p.281
Chapter 11: Non-Governmental Organizations, Communication and Power in Sub-Saharan 
Africa 
Arthur Martins-Aginam, Simon Fraser University, Canada. p. 319
Chapter 12: Move over Bangalore, here comes¿ Palestine? Western funding and 'Internet 
Development' 
Helga Tawil Souri, New York University, USA. p. 347
Chapter 13: Labor in or as Civil Society? Workers and Subaltern Publics in India's Information 
Economy
Paula Chakravarty, University of Massachusets Amherst, USA. p. 380
REFERENCES. p. 410

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Communication in politics.
Mass media -- Political aspects.
Communication, International.