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Routledge Research in Cultural and Media Studies


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Cultural and media studies are now well-established as important academic disciplines and are inspiring new research into a wide range of pertinent issues. This series presents outstanding research in these subjects, helping to shape the direction of future inquiry.

 

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Suzanne Richardson, Commissioning Editor for Media, Cultural and Communication Studies
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Migration, Identity, and Belonging: Defining Borders and Boundaries of the Homeland

Migration, Identity, and Belonging: Defining Borders and Boundaries of the Homeland

1st Edition

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Kumarini Silva, Margaret E. Franz
January 27, 2020

This volume responds to the question: How do you know when you belong to a country? In other words, when is the nation-state a homeland? The boundaries and borders defining who belongs and who does not proliferate in the age of globalization, although they may not coincide with national...

Media Cultures in Latin America: Key Concepts and New Debates

Media Cultures in Latin America: Key Concepts and New Debates

1st Edition

Anna Cristina Pertierra, Juan Francisco Salazar
September 10, 2019

Media Cultures in Latin America updates and expands contemporary global understandings of the region’s media and cultural research. Drawing on forty years of contributions made by Latin American cultural studies to the global media research, the book connects this history to newly developing work...

Adapting Endings from Book to Screen: Last Pages, Last Shots

Adapting Endings from Book to Screen: Last Pages, Last Shots

1st Edition

Armelle Parey, Shannon Wells-Lassagne
September 10, 2019

This book offers a new perspective on adaptation of books to the screen; by focusing on endings, new light is shed on this key facet of film and television studies. The authors look at a broad range of case studies from different genres, eras, countries and formats to analyse literary and cinematic...

Cultures of Participation: Arts, Digital Media and Cultural Institutions

Cultures of Participation: Arts, Digital Media and Cultural Institutions

1st Edition

Birgit Eriksson, Carsten Stage, Bjarki Valtysson
September 10, 2019

This book examines cultural participation from three different, but interrelated perspectives: participatory art and aesthetics; participatory digital media, and participatory cultural policies and institutions. Focusing on how ideals and practices relating to cultural participation express and (...

Millennials and Media Ecology: Culture, Pedagogy, and Politics

Millennials and Media Ecology: Culture, Pedagogy, and Politics

1st Edition

Anthony Cristiano, Ahmet Atay
July 31, 2019

Millennials and Media Ecology explores issues pertaining to millennials and digital media ecology and studies the cultural, pedagogical, and political environments such heterogeneous generation populates. The book questions whether millennials are properly understood as a heterogeneous group,...

Gambling in Everyday Life: Spaces, Moments and Products of Enjoyment

Gambling in Everyday Life: Spaces, Moments and Products of Enjoyment

1st Edition

Fiona Jean Nicoll
June 03, 2019

The book adopts a critical cultural studies lens to explore the entanglement of government and gambling in everyday life. Its qualitative approach to gambling creates a new theoretical framework for understanding the most urgent questions raised by research and policy on gambling. In the past two...

Inhuman Materiality in Gothic Media

Inhuman Materiality in Gothic Media

1st Edition

Aspasia Stephanou
May 20, 2019

This book examines the manifestations of materiality across different gothic media to show the inhuman at the heart of literature, film and contemporary media, outlining a philosophy of horror that deals with the horror of the nonhuman, the machine and the nonorganic. The author explores how...

Fashion and Masculinities in Popular Culture

Fashion and Masculinities in Popular Culture

1st Edition

Adam Geczy, Vicki Karaminas
April 15, 2019

Popular culture in the latter half of the twentieth century precipitated a decisive change in style and body image. Postwar film, television, radio shows, pulp fiction and comics placed heroic types firmly within public consciousness. This book concentrates on these heroic male types as they have...

Narratives of Place in Literature and Film

Narratives of Place in Literature and Film

1st Edition

Steven Allen, Kirsten Møllegaard
December 13, 2018

Narratives of place link people and geographic location with a cultural imaginary through literature and visual narration. Contemporary literature and film often frame narratives with specific geographic locations, which saturate the narrative with cultural meanings in relation to natural and...

Unplugging Popular Culture: Reconsidering Analog Technology, Materiality, and the “Digital Native

Unplugging Popular Culture: Reconsidering Analog Technology, Materiality, and the “Digital Native"

1st Edition

K. Shannon Howard
December 11, 2018

Unplugging Popular Culture showcases youth and young adult characters from film and television who defy the stereotype of the "digital native" who acts as an unquestioning devotee to screened technologies like the smartphone. In this study, unplugged tools, or non-digital tools, do not necessitate...

Ethnic Media in the Digital Age

Ethnic Media in the Digital Age

1st Edition

Sherry S. Yu, Matthew D. Matsaganis
December 04, 2018

Ethnic media are media produced for, and frequently by, immigrants, ethnic and linguistic minority groups, and indigenous populations. These media represent a sector of the broader media industry that has seen considerable growth globally, even while many mainstream, legacy media have struggled to...

Panic, Transnational Cultural Studies, and the Affective Contours of Power

Panic, Transnational Cultural Studies, and the Affective Contours of Power

1st Edition

Micol Seigel
June 26, 2018

This volume explores the panic that is a central affective register of our current international order. Fears of Somali pirates, "Gypsy" kidnappers, African warlords, Ebola, "Mexican meth," pimps, coyotes, gangs, climate refugees and more, structure the dark side of a metropolitan unconscious....

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