Understanding Ethnic Media: Producers, Consumers, and by Matthew D. Matsaganis

By Matthew D. Matsaganis

This is the 1st e-book to supply a finished overview and research of ways media produced by ethnic groups, and for ethnic groups, impact identification and perceived traces of department among "us" and "others," in addition to how the construction and intake of ethnic media impact the nature of the bigger media and societal landscapes.

Integrating key ethnic media reports with unique study, this e-book makes a special contribution to the educating literature by means of masking either shoppers and manufacturers of ethnic media, in addition to the background of ethnic media, its position in ethnic groups, the impression of globalization, and the pro demanding situations confronted by way of ethnic media journalists. A compelling dialogue of the way forward for ethnic media concludes the ebook and issues the way in which towards extra research.

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Individuals put themselves and others into categories Chapter 1 What Are Ethnic Media? 2 The Metamorphosis dimensions: (a) self-identification as a Project—Los Angeles member of a particular ethnic group, (b) knowledge of the ethnic culture, and The Metamorphosis Project is an in-depth (c) feelings about the behaviors that examination of the transformations of urban demonstrate belonging to the ethnic community, under the forces of globalization, new group. Knowledge of the ethnic culture communication technologies, and population means that someone has an intimate diversity.

Gordon, 1964; see also Alba & Nee, 2003) was that, over time, immigrants sever their ties to the culture of their home country and get assimilated into the culture of their new country. According to this line of thought, ethnic media, over time, should perish, losing their audience to mainstream media. However, today, people can continue to be connected to their home country long after they have moved away. , e-mail, instant messenger applications, IP telephony). , the country of settlement) enables people to forge new, dual, or hyphenated identities.

Ethnic media also participate in policy 15 16 PART I ETHNIC MEDIA IN CONTEXT discussions affecting ethnic communities. , transnational media), and the emergence of many ethnically targeted satellite television channels worldwide, for instance, has forced policymakers to consider the implications of ethnic media for the larger society. In some cases, state officials have concluded that granting television or radio station licenses to ethnic communities will negatively impact their adherence to a national identity and core cultural values.

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