Floating Lives: The Media and Asian Diasporas

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Stuart Cunningham, John Sinclair
Rowman & Littlefield, 2001 - 244 trang
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Floating Lives is a unique examination of media and communication within diasporic ethnic communities, using in-depth studies of some of Australia's main Asian diasporic groups: the Chinese, Indian, Vietnamese, and Thai communities. Going beyond conventional cross-cultural studies of mainstream media consumption, this book explores the ethnic community as a determining force in negotiating new hybrid identities and cultures—and demonstrates experiences common to diasporic communities worldwide.
 

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Diasporas and the Media
1
Shifting Ground
3
Delineating Diaspora
9
Constructing a Research Object
17
Australia as a Situated Research Field
21
Public Sphericities and Policy Scenarios
26
Chinese Cosmopolitanism and Media Use
35
Global Diaspora in Microcosm
36
Different Diasporic Indias
140
Demography of Fiji Indians in Australia
146
Media and Identity Politics
148
Indenture and Beyond
150
From the Ramayan to Bollywood
153
Fiji Indian Cultural Ecology in Australia
161
Intercommunal Discord and Cultural Assertion
166
Fiji Indian Youth Culture and PostZee Bollywood
172

SBS and New World
42
Distribution of Chineselanguage Video and Film in Australia
54
Results of Household Interviews Survey Phase
64
Results of Household Interviews Ethnographic Phase
78
Floating Lives
88
Popular Media of the Vietnamese Diaspora
91
Basic Demography
93
The Vietnamese Media Diet
96
Hong Kong Attractions
102
Vietnamese Diasporic Video
109
Conclusion
127
Bollywood Down Under Fiji Indian Cultural History and Popular Assertion
136
Diasporising Bollywood
174
Conclusion
179
Mi Ami Mai Mai Mai? ThaiAustralian Video Ways
185
ThaiAustralian Connections
187
Thai Community Use of Broadcast TV Radio and the Press
192
Ethnic Videos and Thai Urban Culture
197
A Product or a Community Service?
199
Thai Community Video Use and Cultural Representation
202
ThaiAustralian Media Use and Cultural Identification
209
Conclusion
213
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Stuart Cunningham is professor and head of the School of Media and Journalism, Queensland University of Technology, and a deputy director of the Australian Key Centre for Cultural and Media Policy. John Sinclair is professor in the Department of Communication, Language, and Cultural Studies at Victoria University of Technology in Melbourne.

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