6 edition of Culture, politics, and television in Hong Kong found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -235) and index.
|Statement||Eric Kit-wai Ma.|
|Series||Culture and communication in Asia|
|LC Classifications||HE8700.9.G7 M3 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 242 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||242|
|LC Control Number||99210149|
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Culture, Politics, and Television in Hong Kong is more than just the first book to go deeply into the role of television in the creation of Hong Kong identity. The book goes further, in offering a more general but nevertheless very stimulating theoretical reflection on the way in which television discourse and ideologies interact with society (chapter 8).Cited by: Ma looks at the ways in which the identity of Hong Kong citizens has changed in the s especially since the handover to China in This is the first analysis which focuses on the role, in this process, of popular media in general and television in by: In the s, Hong Kong television industry operates under much Culture competitive conditions and the media and society as a whole are undergoing rapid political and social changes.
Compared with the s, the situation in the s sees the emergence of a more problematic relationship between television and identity by: 1. This book challenges the widely held belief that Hong Kong's political culture is one of indifference. The term "political indifference" is used to suggest the apathy, naivete, passivity, and utilitarianism of Hong Kong's people toward political life.
Taking a broad historical look at political participation in the former colony, Wai-man Lam argues that this is not a valid view and.
Hong Kong has two broadcast television stations, ATV and latter, launched inwas the territory's first free-to-air commercial station, and is currently the predominant TV station in Culture territory. Paid cable and satellite television have also been widespread.
The book’s main contention is that contemporary Hong Kong culture needs to be conceptualized via new modes of critical thought because its own characteristics are themselves new.
Anyone with an interest in the politics of culture in Hong Kong must be grateful for being presented with the opportunity to learn from such a stimulating and. The Hong Kong Studies Reader Series is designed to address this pressing need by publishing clear, concise and accessible readers to key areas of Hong Kong.
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