Media, Sex, Violence and Drugs in the Global Village / Edition 312by Yahya R. Kamalipour
Pub. Date: 11/15/2001
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
Prominent media scholars such as Herbert Schiller have long noted the implications of Westernespecially Americancultural influence on peoples of the developing Third World. Media, Sex, Violence, and Drugs in the Global Village provides a multicultural analysis of the impact of globalized Western media, including movies, syndicated radio programs, the
Prominent media scholars such as Herbert Schiller have long noted the implications of Westernespecially Americancultural influence on peoples of the developing Third World. Media, Sex, Violence, and Drugs in the Global Village provides a multicultural analysis of the impact of globalized Western media, including movies, syndicated radio programs, the Internet, and satellite and cable television programs. Looking specifically at themes of sex, violence, and drugs, an international cast of media scholars offers case studies of countries grappling with the influences of both Western cultural imports and similar local productions. For example, the authors examine the extent to which Hollywood’s methods are copied by producers outside the United States and whether or not these result in more sex-, violence-, or drug-oriented themes in indigenous productions. The book further proposes a framework for understanding the political, social, and economic problems that face media policy makers in an age of globalization.
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Introduction Chapter 2 The Paradox of Media Effects Chapter 3 Social Implications of Media Globalization Chapter 4 A Global Perspective on Internet Sex: Nations' Societal Values as Predictors of Sexual Web Pages Chapter 5 North America's Cult of Sex and Violence Chapter 6 Drugs in Television, Movies, and Music Videos Chapter 7 The Mass Media and Adolescents' Health in the United States Chapter 8 Covering His Not-so-Private Parts: The Multinational, Multicultural Struggle to Regulate the Broadcasts of "Shock Jock" Howard Stern Chapter 9 Cultural Bane or Sociological Boon? The Impact of Satellite Television on Urban Youth in India Chapter 10 Pornography, Perceptions of Sex, and Sexual Callousness: A Cross-Cultural Comparison Chapter 11 A Lethal Combination: Sex and Violence in Korean Television Chapter 12 Women, Media, and Violence in the New South Africa: Disciplining the Mind (the Body Is Irrelevant) Chapter 13 Media, Violence, Drugs, and Sex in Turkey Chapter 14 Media, Sex, Violence, and Drugs: Egypt's Experience Chapter 15 Sex, Violence, and Terrorism in Hollywood's International Political Imagery Chapter 16 Between Globalization and Localization: Television, Tradition, and Modernity Chapter 17 Epilogue
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