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The Resource Asian Cultural Flows : Cultural Policies, Creative Industries, and Media Consumers, editors, Nobuko Kawashima and Hye-Kyung Lee

Asian Cultural Flows : Cultural Policies, Creative Industries, and Media Consumers, editors, Nobuko Kawashima and Hye-Kyung Lee

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Asian Cultural Flows : Cultural Policies, Creative Industries, and Media Consumers
Title
Asian Cultural Flows
Title remainder
Cultural Policies, Creative Industries, and Media Consumers
Statement of responsibility
editors, Nobuko Kawashima and Hye-Kyung Lee
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Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"This book investigates economic, political, and cultural conditions that have led to transnational flows of culture in Asia. Coverage also looks at the consequences of an increasingly interconnected Asian regional culture as well as policy makers and cultural industries' response to it. The book features essays written by researchers from different countries in Asia and beyond with diverse disciplinary backgrounds. The volume also contains engaging examples and cases with comparative perspectives.The contributors provide readers with grounded analysis in the organizational and economic logics of Asian creative industries, national cultural policies that promote or hinder cultural flows, and the media convergence and online consumers' surging demand for Asianized cultural products. Such insights are of crucial importance for a better understanding of the dynamics of transnational cultural flows in contemporary Asia. In addition, the essays aim to "de-westernize" the study of cultural and creative industries, which draws predominantly on cases in the United States and Europe. The contributors focus instead on regional dynamics of the development of these industries.The popularity of J-Pop and K-Pop in East and Southeast Asia (and beyond) is now well known, but less is known about how this happened. This volume offers readers theoretical tools that will help them to make better sense of those exciting phenomena and other rising cultural flows within Asia and their relevance to the global cultural economy."--
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Dewey number
327.5
Index
index present
LC call number
DS518.14
LC item number
.A85 2018
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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1968-
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  • Kawashima, Nobuko
  • Lee, Hye-Kyung
Series statement
Creative economy
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  • East Asia
  • Popular culture
  • East Asia
Label
Asian Cultural Flows : Cultural Policies, Creative Industries, and Media Consumers, editors, Nobuko Kawashima and Hye-Kyung Lee
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Publication
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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online resource
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multicolored
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Contents
  • Intro; Preface; Contents; Contributors; Introduction: Asian Cultural Flows from a Cultural Policy Perspective; Creative Industry Policy; Urban Development Through the Use of Culture; Nation Branding and Cultural Diplomacy; Organisation of the Book; References; Part I: Governments and Cultural Flows: National Cultural Policies and Urban Strategies; Chapter 1: The Korean Government's New Cultural Policy in the Age of Social Media; 1 Introduction; 2 Dynamics of the Nation-States and the Cultural Industries amid Neoliberal Reforms; 3 Possibilities of Contra Flows in Popular Culture
  • 4 New Cultural Policies in the Age of Social Media5 Social Media Drives Changes to Cultural Policy in the Korean Wave Tradition; 6 Conclusion and Discussion; References; Chapter 2: 'Cool Japan' and Creative Industries: An Evaluation of Economic Policies for Popular Culture Industries in Japan; 1 Introduction; 2 The Development of Policy for the Popular Culture Industries-From METI to IPHQ; 3 Export Expanded?; 4 Cool Japan; 5 The Japanese Response to the Creative Industries Turn; 6 Conclusion; References
  • Chapter 3: Asian and Global? Japan and Tokyo's Cultural Branding Beyond the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games1 Introduction; 2 Cultural Branding and Soft Power; 3 Japan in East Asia: Retrofitting the Nation's Brand?; 4 Beyond the Tokyo 2020 Olympics: Long-Term Cultural Strategies; 4.1 The Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games: The (Re-)Makings of Japan and Tokyo's Cultural Branding?; 4.2 Cultural Tourism: The Prospects for and Beyond the 2020 Olympics; 4.3 A Glance at the Future: The Tokyo Vision for Arts and Culture 2015-2025; 5 Conclusions; References
  • Chapter 4: Between Control and Disruption: News Media and Cultural Flows in Singapore and Hong Kong, China1 News Media in Singapore and Hong Kong, China; 2 To Re-port the News; 3 Challenging Narratives; 4 Between Control and Disruption: Changing Narratives and Technological Boundaries; 5 Conclusion; References; Chapter 5: The Korean Wave, Encountering Asia and Cultural Policy; 1 The Korean Wave and Encountering Asia; 2 Korea's (Lack of) Experience of Asian Pop Culture; 3 Encountering Asia in the Real World; 4 Cultural Policy and Imagining Asia: Between Transnational and Multinational
  • 4.1 Asia in the Korean Wave Policy: transnational Consumers Empowered4.2 Asia in Multicultural Policy: Wives, Mothers and Carers in a 'Multicultural Family'; 5 Conclusion; References; Part II: Creating Cultural Flows: Asian Creative Industries; Chapter 6: How Exhibitions Flow: Governments, Museums, and Special Exhibitions in Taiwan; 1 Introduction; 2 Expanded Themes and Exhibition Venues; 3 New Presentations; 4 Culture, Leisure, and Creative Industries; 5 Public Museums: New Dynamics Beyond Venue Provision; 6 Exhibitions That Flow Out of Taiwan
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9789811001451
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Label
Asian Cultural Flows : Cultural Policies, Creative Industries, and Media Consumers, editors, Nobuko Kawashima and Hye-Kyung Lee
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Intro; Preface; Contents; Contributors; Introduction: Asian Cultural Flows from a Cultural Policy Perspective; Creative Industry Policy; Urban Development Through the Use of Culture; Nation Branding and Cultural Diplomacy; Organisation of the Book; References; Part I: Governments and Cultural Flows: National Cultural Policies and Urban Strategies; Chapter 1: The Korean Government's New Cultural Policy in the Age of Social Media; 1 Introduction; 2 Dynamics of the Nation-States and the Cultural Industries amid Neoliberal Reforms; 3 Possibilities of Contra Flows in Popular Culture
  • 4 New Cultural Policies in the Age of Social Media5 Social Media Drives Changes to Cultural Policy in the Korean Wave Tradition; 6 Conclusion and Discussion; References; Chapter 2: 'Cool Japan' and Creative Industries: An Evaluation of Economic Policies for Popular Culture Industries in Japan; 1 Introduction; 2 The Development of Policy for the Popular Culture Industries-From METI to IPHQ; 3 Export Expanded?; 4 Cool Japan; 5 The Japanese Response to the Creative Industries Turn; 6 Conclusion; References
  • Chapter 3: Asian and Global? Japan and Tokyo's Cultural Branding Beyond the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games1 Introduction; 2 Cultural Branding and Soft Power; 3 Japan in East Asia: Retrofitting the Nation's Brand?; 4 Beyond the Tokyo 2020 Olympics: Long-Term Cultural Strategies; 4.1 The Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games: The (Re-)Makings of Japan and Tokyo's Cultural Branding?; 4.2 Cultural Tourism: The Prospects for and Beyond the 2020 Olympics; 4.3 A Glance at the Future: The Tokyo Vision for Arts and Culture 2015-2025; 5 Conclusions; References
  • Chapter 4: Between Control and Disruption: News Media and Cultural Flows in Singapore and Hong Kong, China1 News Media in Singapore and Hong Kong, China; 2 To Re-port the News; 3 Challenging Narratives; 4 Between Control and Disruption: Changing Narratives and Technological Boundaries; 5 Conclusion; References; Chapter 5: The Korean Wave, Encountering Asia and Cultural Policy; 1 The Korean Wave and Encountering Asia; 2 Korea's (Lack of) Experience of Asian Pop Culture; 3 Encountering Asia in the Real World; 4 Cultural Policy and Imagining Asia: Between Transnational and Multinational
  • 4.1 Asia in the Korean Wave Policy: transnational Consumers Empowered4.2 Asia in Multicultural Policy: Wives, Mothers and Carers in a 'Multicultural Family'; 5 Conclusion; References; Part II: Creating Cultural Flows: Asian Creative Industries; Chapter 6: How Exhibitions Flow: Governments, Museums, and Special Exhibitions in Taiwan; 1 Introduction; 2 Expanded Themes and Exhibition Venues; 3 New Presentations; 4 Culture, Leisure, and Creative Industries; 5 Public Museums: New Dynamics Beyond Venue Provision; 6 Exhibitions That Flow Out of Taiwan
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unknown
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1 online resource.
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unknown
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online
Isbn
9789811001451
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unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
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com.springer.onix.9789811001475
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remote
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  • on1056952086
  • (OCoLC)1056952086

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