Globalized arts

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Other Titles Entertainment economy and cultural identity
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Subtitle the entertainment economy and cultural identity
Table Of Contents Introduction. The creative voice and cultural identity
Cultural politics and global anxieties
Value, markets, patronage
Culture wars
UNESCO and the Europeans
Cultural patrons in the developing world
Culture by any other name
The creative voice and cultural policy.
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Globalized arts
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Authors J. P. Singh
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Description Our interactive world can take a creative product, such as a Hollywood film, Bollywood song, or Latin American telenovela, and transform it into a source of cultural anxiety. What does this artwork say about the artist or the world she works in? How will these artworks evolve in the global market? Film, music, television, and the performing arts enter the same networks of exchange as other industries, and the anxiety they produce informs a fascinating area of study for art, culture, and global politics. Focusing on the confrontation between global politics and symbolic creative expression, J. P. Singh shows how, by integrating themselves into international markets, entertainment industries give rise to far-reaching cultural anxieties and politics. With examples from Hollywood, Bollywood, French grand opera, Latin American television, West African music, postcolonial literature, and even the Thai sex trade, Singh cites not only the attempt to address cultural discomfort but also the effort to deny entertainment acts as cultural. He connects creative expression to clashes between national identities, and he details the effect of cultural policies, such as institutional patronage and economic incentives, on the making and incorporation of art into the global market. Ultimately, Singh shows how these issues affect the debates on cultural trade being waged by the World Trade Organization, UNESCO, and the developing world.
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Page Count 208
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Published Date 2011
Publisher Columbia University Press
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Subtitle The Entertainment Economy and Cultural Identity
Title Globalized Arts
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