By James Lull
This hugely unique, thought-provoking booklet – written via a pioneer of verbal exchange experiences – is the 1st to research the put up September 11 global when it comes to worldwide media and pop culture.
- Written in a fascinating and candid demeanour via a number one professional during this box
- Argues that cross-cultural realizing can merely be accomplished via harnessing the facility of worldwide media, pop culture, details know-how, and private communications applied sciences
- Examines the worldwide development of utilizing movie, video, tune, and television “on-demand” because the framework wherein we adventure all cultural task
- Draws idea from the paintings of a variety of theorists, from Charles Darwin to Anthony Giddens
- Candidly interrogates the very most modern advancements in global affairs, specifically the jobs of fundamentalist non secular ideology, media globalization, and individualism, whose complicated relationships haven't begun to be defined by way of social scientists
Chapter 1 All Eyes at the worldwide level (pages 1–23):
Chapter 2 Human Expression (pages 24–51):
Chapter three Programming Our own Supercultures (pages 52–79):
Chapter four the rush and Pull of tradition (pages 80–103):
Chapter five Globalized Islam (pages 104–132):
Chapter 6 Cultural Transparency (pages 133–150):
Chapter 7 The Open areas of world conversation (pages 151–170):
Chapter eight Fundamentalism and Cosmopolitanism (pages 171–194):
Chapter nine speaking the long run (pages 195–206):
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Even more extreme are “lamenting” religious groups that turn into warlike “packs” and eventually into a “continually growing crowd” in order to collectively avenge a death (Canetti 1984: 127). The prototypical case is the (patently masculine) response by Palestinian crowds to killings caused by Israeli violence. The fervor of collective religious expression intensifies under threatening conditions, particularly when religious loyalties are stronger than, or interact positively with, nationalist sentiments.
3. Some nations of the Middle East – Lebanon, Jordan, and Qatar, for example – are beginning to break with tradition and innovate. All Eyes on the Global Stage 23 Chapter 2 Human Expression Interviewed by a CNN reporter a few days after the fall of Kabul, an Afghan teenager explained why young people had been willing to risk confiscations, beatings, and going to jail under the repressive Taliban regime for the simple pleasure of listening to popular music. “Because our souls need such things,” he said.
Most Americans believe they not only have the right to be free in a political sense, but also the right to be happy in general. Life is not to be simply survived or tolerated; it is to be enjoyed – as a right. Many Americans take that right very seriously – some would argue far too seriously. The land of “infotainment,” instant gratification, and non-stop fun-fun-fun – where everybody has a “right to party” – certainly can (and should) be criticized for its blatant hedonism, consumerism, and superficiality.