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‘More Than Just TV’: Educational broadcasting and popular culture in South Africa

Barnett, Clive (2002). ‘More Than Just TV’: Educational broadcasting and popular culture in South Africa. In: von Feilitzen, Cecilia and Carlsson, Ulla eds. Children, Young People, and Media Globalisation. Yearbooks. Göteborg: NORDICOM, pp. 95–110.

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Abstract

About the book: Yearbook 2002 contains research examples illustrating the role of media globalisation in children's and young people's lives in different parts of the world. The transnational media and media contents - imported television programmes, satellite TV, the Internet, video and computer games, popular music, 'global' advertising and merchandised products - are to a great extent used by children and are, as well, increasingly targeting children. What does this mean for media production? For children's cultural identity and participation in society? For digital and economic divides among children both within and between richer and poorer countries? A separate section of the book presents recent statistics on children in the world and media in the world.

Item Type: Book Chapter
ISBN: 91-89471-15-6, 978-91-89471-15-3
Extra Information: Also published with the ISSN: 1403-4700.
Academic Unit/Department: Social Sciences > Geography
Social Sciences
Interdisciplinary Research Centre: Centre for Citizenship, Identities and Governance (CCIG)
OpenSpace Research Centre (OSRC)
Item ID: 7166
Depositing User: Clive Barnett
Date Deposited: 21 Mar 2007
Last Modified: 24 Feb 2016 19:24
URI: http://oro.open.ac.uk/id/eprint/7166
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