Media and the City : Cosmopolitanism and Difference
Timely, interdisciplinary and multi-perspectival, Media and the City will be essential reading for students and scholars in media and communications, cultural studies and sociology, and of interest to those concerned with the growing role of the media in changing urban societies.
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- Paperback | 216 pages
- 152 x 228 x 15mm | 306g
- 16 Dec 2013
- Polity Press
- Oxford, United Kingdom
- 1. Auflage
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Table of contents
Chapter 2 Media and the city: synergies of power
Chapter 3 Consumption: the hegemonic and the vernacular
Chapter 4 - Identity: popular culture and self-making
Chapter 5 Community: transnational solidarities
Chapter 6 Action: presence and marginality
Epilogue - Cosmopolitan contradictions
Nick Stevenson, University of Nottingham
"An impressive contribution to understanding the cultural dynamism of London as a global, cosmopolitan city and London's position among global cities more generally. Georgiou delves expertly beneath official hype to the street level where diverse creative worlds are shaped by different media, especially in the divisions and cultural encounters of the East End."
John Eade, University of Roehampton
"Cities are competitive projects of creativity and power. More than half of the human species live in them, and more want to. Myria Georgiou s fascinating new vision of the mediated and cosmopolitan city explores humanity's biggest project yet by investigating its role in consumption, identity, community and civic action."
John Hartley, Curtin University
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