Global culture : media, arts, policy, and globalization /
010712s2002 xxua bi 001 0 eng d
|aGlobal culture : |bmedia, arts, policy, and globalization / |cedited by Diana Crane, Nobuko Kawashima, and Ken'ichi Kawasaki
|aNew York : |bRoutledge, |cc2002
|aix, 286 p ; |cill ; |c24 cm
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index
|aCulture and globalization : theoretical models and emerging trends / Diana Crane--Subsidizing the arts : government and the arts in Western Europe and the United States / Stefan Toepler and Annette Zimmer--Building national prestige : Japanese cultural policy and the influence of Western institutions / Kuniyuki Tomooka, Sachiko Kanno and Mari Kobayashi--A drama of change : cultural policy and the performing arts in Southeast Asia / Jennifer Lindsay--Identifying a policy hierarchy : communication policy, media industries and globalization / Alison Beale--Urban cultural policy and urban regeneration : the special case of declining port cities Liverpool, Marseilles [and] Bilbao / J. Pedro Lorente--The local and the global in popular music : the Brazilian music industry, local culture and public policies / Luciana Ferreira Moura MendonYa--Cultural policy as marketing strategy : the economic consequences of cultural tourism in New York City / Rosanne Martorella
Culture no longer has borders. With the advent of internet sites like Sothebys.com and the increasing reality of globalization, culture itself has gone global. This collection focuses on questions involving national identity, indigenous culture, economic growth, free trade, cultural policy, and global tourism. Global Culture looks at all aspects of the "arts" including: film, art, music, theater, television, and museums. Global Culture fleshes out how current cultural policies are working and forecasts what we can expect the future landscape of global culture to look like.