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Thu Oct 16 17:59:47 2014 UTClccn-n830731570.00Cercasi audience disperatamente /0.550.86Gurōbaru purizumu : "Ajian dorīmu" to shite no Nihon no terebi dorama /59147609Ien_Angn 83073157954965An, Ien 1954-Ang, May IenIen AngIen Ang, Mayviaf-187607594Dabboussy, Lamialccn-n94005594Hawkins, Gaylccn-n80157471Special Broadcasting Service (Australia)lccn-n2002025949Research Centre in Intercommunal Studieslccn-n2001017686Lally, Elainelccn-no92025900Anderson, Kay1958-lccn-n92027212Morley, David1949-viaf-268939001AustraliaSpecial Broadcasting Servicelccn-n88117686Bromley, Rogernp-hartley, johnHartley, JohnAng, IenCriticism, interpretation, etcUnited StatesTelevision viewersEuropeDallas (Television program)Communication, InternationalMass media--InfluenceMass media--AudiencesAustraliaMass mediaMulticulturalismCulture--Study and teachingPopular cultureRadio broadcastingMulticulturalism in mass mediaTelevision broadcastingSpecial Broadcasting Service (Australia)Culture--MethodologyAsians--Social life and customsPerforming artsNational characteristics, AustralianRace relationsMass media and minoritiesAsians in mass mediaEthnic mass mediaAsiansArt and societyArt, AustralianNew South Wales--SydneyVideo artPerformance artPhotography, ArtisticPostmodernism and educationCriticismGreat BritainManners and customsHumanities--ResearchHumanitiesSocial sciencesTelevision soap operasHomeTelevision plays, JapaneseIdentity (Psychology)Popular culture--Japanese influencesDwellings--Social aspectsEast AsiaGlobalization--Social aspectsDwellings--Psychological aspectsGermanyMass media--Study and teachingPopular culture--Study and teaching1954198019821984198519861988198919901991199219931995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062008201120122013438753175384.551HE8700.66.U6ocn824531600164124ocn056119093file19900.50Ang, IenDesperately seeking the audienceAng's ethnographic perspective on the television audience gives new insights into our television culture, with the audience seen not as an object to be controlled, but as an active social subject+-+K52705069579536ocn012371237book19850.59Ang, IenWatching Dallas : soap opera and the melodramatic imagination<EM>Dallas</EM>, one of the great internationally-screened soap operas, offers us first and foremost entertainment. But what is it about <EM>Dallas</EM> that makes that entertainment so successful, and how exactly is its entertainment constructed?+-+834095069559623ocn032430494book19950.66Ang, IenLiving room wars : rethinking media audiences for a postmodern worldLiving Room Wars brings together Ien Ang's recent writings on media audiences to ask what it means to live in a world saturated by media+-+865376069549114ocn048551007book20010.66Ang, IenOn not speaking Chinese : living between Asia and the West"In this new book, cultural thinker Ien Ang engages with urgent questions of identity in an age of globalization and diaspora. The starting-point for Ang's discussion is the experience of visiting Taiwan. Ang, a person of Chinese descent, born in Indonesia and raised in the Netherlands, found herself 'faced with an almost insurmountable difficulty' - surrounded by people who expected her to speak to them in Chinese. She writes: 'It was the beginning of an almost decade-long engagement with the predicaments of "Chineseness" in diaspora. In Taiwan I was different because I couldn't speak Chinese; in the West I was different because I looked Chinese.'" "From this autobiographical beginning, Ang goes on to reflect upon tensions between 'Asia' and 'the West' at a national and global level, and to consider the disparate meanings of 'Chineseness' in the contemporary world. She offers a critique of the increasingly aggressive construction of a global Chineseness, and challenges Western tendencies to equate 'Chinese' with 'Asian' identity." "Ang then turns to 'the West', exploring the paradox of Australia's identity as a 'Western' country in the Asian region, and tracing Australia's uneasy relationship with its Asian neighbours, from the White Australia policy to contemporary multicultural society. Finally, Ang draws together her discussion of 'Asia' and 'the West' to consider the social and intellectual space of the 'in-between', arguing for a theorizing not of 'difference' but of 'togetherness' in contemporary societies."--BOOK JACKET+-+17640706951676ocn271561587book20080.35Ang, IenThe SBS story : the challenge of diversity"The Special Broadcasting Service (SBS) is Australias multicultural and multilingual public broadcaster. Its radio and television services broadcast in more languages than any other network in the world: it is the voice of multicultural Australia. The SBS Story investigates the impact of SBS as a force in Australian media, culture and society. Using SBS as a case study, the authors investigate how other democratic countries have embraced the fact of cultural difference. Ang, Hawkins and Dabboussy explore how public broadcasters manage the changing nature of migration and multiculturalism, and ask, What is media's role and potential to address issues of difference and give voice to diverse opinions? They examine the way SBS has used the culture of difference as a resource for innovation, and how these innovations have kept it at the forefront of changes in media practice. The book does not shy away from controversy, tackling issues such as the stations encroaching commercialization, insufficient government funding, and the uproar prompted by SBSs reduction in non-English broadcasting."--Provided by publisher+-+04835931351164ocn049823401book20000.50Ang, IenAlter/Asians : Asian-Australian identities in art, media, and popular culture972ocn709879792book20110.63The art of engagement : culture, collaboration, innovation"During 2004-2010 C3West commissioned four Australian and international artists -- Craig Walsh, Sylvie Blocher, Ash Keating, and Jeanne van Heeswijk -- to produce art in partnership with a range of business partners in Western Sydney, including a rugby league club and two environmental and waste management companies. The resulting artworks -- embracing highly inventive processes of community participation and creative artistic skill -- are intricate showcases of what this book calls "the art of engagement". The Art of Engagement reveals the dynamics of such unique arts-business-community collaborations, while exploring their aesthetic, social and political dimensions. This collection of essays and documentation puts the C3West experiment in an international context, and invites us to rethink what contemporary art can mean in Australia while promising a rich, intelligent and delightful book."--Publisher's website+-+5237307926324541ocn237357325book19990.47Cultural studies : Grundlagentexte zur Einführung482ocn223375925book20020.37Living diversity : Australia's multicultural futureThis study provides a glimpse of the "diversity within diversity" of the engagement of Australians with multiculturalism, their senses of identity and belonging, the ways in which they engage with others of different backgrounds, and their uses of media in a multicultural society433ocn264470263file19920.66Cultural StudiesCultural Studies explores popular culture in a uniquely exciting and innovative way. From new kinds of writing to photo essays, the journal is both theoretically and politically rewarding+-+0166350695433ocn264469534file19880.63Cultural Studies+-+5706451695413ocn264470724file19890.66Cultural Studies+-+0792850695385ocn016511554book19850.35Ang, IenDas gefühl Dallas : zur Produktion des TrivialenLiteraturverz. S. 169 - 172302ocn057712997book20040.63Ang, IenAttraction of strangers : partnerships in humanities research281ocn237791252book20030.53Die Cultural Studies Kontroverse234ocn781490792book19820.31Ang, IenHet geval Dallas : populaire kultuur, ideologie en plezierOnderzoek naar de sociaal-culturele betekenis van de bekende televisie-serie184ocn800932742book1998Ang, IenCercasi audience disperatamente171ocn065616644book19910.26Hall, StuartHet minimale zelf en andere opstellenBundel opstellen over ontwikkelingen in de sociale wetenschappen131ocn039665852book19970.47Home, displacement, belonging132ocn054630764book20030.86Gurōbaru purizumu : "Ajian dorīmu" to shite no Nihon no terebi doramaCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+K527050695+-+K527050695Thu Oct 16 15:01:45 EDT 2014batch16867