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  • Author(s) Kelly Askew / Richard R. Wilk
  • SubtitleA Reader
  • Edition1
  • Published29th January 2002
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons (UK)
  • ISBN9780631220947

A Reader

The Anthropology of Media: A Reader



  • Brings together key writings in the emergent field of the
    anthropology of media for the first time

  • Integrates key themes in the anthropology of media by means
    of editorial commentary

  • Explores the theoretical issues that have arisen from
    ethnographic studies of media


offers a critical overview of how mass media represents and
constructs both Western and non-Western cultures. Moving beyond
earlier anthropological preoccupation with ethnographic film and
drawing on the recent explosion of creative studies of culture and
media, this volume heralds the emergence of a new field ? the
anthropology of media ? and brings its key literature
together for the first time.

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  • Author(s) Kelly Askew / Richard R. Wilk
  • SubtitleA Reader
  • Edition1
  • Published29th January 2002
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons (UK)
  • ISBN9780631220947

A Reader

The Anthropology of Media: A Reader



  • Brings together key writings in the emergent field of the
    anthropology of media for the first time

  • Integrates key themes in the anthropology of media by means
    of editorial commentary

  • Explores the theoretical issues that have arisen from
    ethnographic studies of media


offers a critical overview of how mass media represents and
constructs both Western and non-Western cultures. Moving beyond
earlier anthropological preoccupation with ethnographic film and
drawing on the recent explosion of creative studies of culture and
media, this volume heralds the emergence of a new field ? the
anthropology of media ? and brings its key literature
together for the first time.
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