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Asia Annual 2008 : Understanding Popular Culture

de Vasudevan, H.S. ; Bandyopadhyay, A.K. ; Bhattacharya, A.R. ; Gupta, S. ; Chatterjee, K.
Collation: 1 vol. (VIII-395 p.) : ill. ; 25 cmÉdition: New Delhi : Manohar, 2010.ISBN: 978-81-7304-844-9.Contenu: Introduction : Understandign Popular Culture / Kausik Bandyopadhyay (p.1-13) -- The poet's Swadeshi Movement - Nationalism as Popular Culture : A Study of the Poetry of the Swadeshi Movement / Anuradha Roy (p.15-40) -- Article en Hindi (p.41-55) -- Commercializing Tradition : Women, Ayurveda and Healing in Colonial North India / Charu Gupta (p.57-77) -- All India Radio : Politics and Culture / Nabanita Mitra (p.79-96) -- Negotiating 24-hour News : Satellite Television, Democratic Politics and Globalization in Contemporary India / Nalin Mehta (p.97-128) -- New Culture at the Periphery : The Story of 'Musical North-East' / Rakhee Bhattacharya (p.129-141) -- Nationalism and Entertainment : A Study of Colonial Bengali and Gujarati Theatres / Sunetra Mitra (p.143-158) -- Changing Contexts, New Texts : Analysing the Transforming Text of Post-1980 Bengali Cinema / Sharmishtha Gooptu (p.159-171) -- Partition Memory and Refugee Experience : A Study of Literature and Cinema in Post-Colonial Bengal / Monika Mandal (p.173-189) -- Retelling the Holocaust in Film and Literature / Priya Singh (p.191-220) -- Representation of the Armenian Genocide in Popular Culture / Susmita Bhattacharya (p.221-240) -- The Construction of Martial Race Culture in British India and Its Legacies in Post-Colonial South Asia / Kaushik Roy (p.241-256) -- Women and Sports in Colonial Bengal : A Process of Emotional and Cultural Integration ? / Suparna Ghosh (Bhattacharya) (p.257-271) -- Cricket Beat Soaps, Serials and Politics : Cricket and Television in Contemporary India / Boria Majumdar (p.273-290) -- Science for Whom ? Popular Perception of Science and the Politics of Science Movement in Bengal / Sabyasachi Chatterjee (p.291-311) -- Constituent Assembly Election in Nepal : From Monarchy to a Republic - A Political-Cultural Transition / Amiya K. Chaudhuri (p.313-338) -- Review Article. Bollywood, Popular Culture and Cultural Diffusion / Sreemati Ganguli (p.341-346) -- My Journey Through Myanmar : Culture, People and History / Swapna Bhattacharya (Chakraborti) (p.349-358) -- Media Reconstruction and the Popular 'Hindi Serial' Culture in Contemporary Afghanistan / Arpita Basu Roy (p.359-366) -- Encounters : Reflections on Culture and Identity in Post-Soviet Uzbekistan / Anita Sengupta (p.367-374) -- Orbiting the Steppe / Suchandana Chatterjee (p.375-383)Thématique: Economie | Culture, art, littérature | Population, famille | Politique | Société, modes de vieThématique spécifique: Sport | Nationalisme | Littérature | Politique culturelle | Interdisciplinarité | Vie politique | Culture populaire | Média | Transformation | Changement social | Changement culturel | Diversité culturelle | Démocratisation | Monarchie | Politique économique Géographique: Inde Type de document: OuvrageLangue du document: anglaisPays d'édition: Inde
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Introduction : Understandign Popular Culture / Kausik Bandyopadhyay (p.1-13) -- The poet's Swadeshi Movement - Nationalism as Popular Culture : A Study of the Poetry of the Swadeshi Movement / Anuradha Roy (p.15-40) -- Article en Hindi (p.41-55) -- Commercializing Tradition : Women, Ayurveda and Healing in Colonial North India / Charu Gupta (p.57-77) -- All India Radio : Politics and Culture / Nabanita Mitra (p.79-96) -- Negotiating 24-hour News : Satellite Television, Democratic Politics and Globalization in Contemporary India / Nalin Mehta (p.97-128) -- New Culture at the Periphery : The Story of 'Musical North-East' / Rakhee Bhattacharya (p.129-141) -- Nationalism and Entertainment : A Study of Colonial Bengali and Gujarati Theatres / Sunetra Mitra (p.143-158) -- Changing Contexts, New Texts : Analysing the Transforming Text of Post-1980 Bengali Cinema / Sharmishtha Gooptu (p.159-171) -- Partition Memory and Refugee Experience : A Study of Literature and Cinema in Post-Colonial Bengal / Monika Mandal (p.173-189) -- Retelling the Holocaust in Film and Literature / Priya Singh (p.191-220) -- Representation of the Armenian Genocide in Popular Culture / Susmita Bhattacharya (p.221-240) -- The Construction of Martial Race Culture in British India and Its Legacies in Post-Colonial South Asia / Kaushik Roy (p.241-256) -- Women and Sports in Colonial Bengal : A Process of Emotional and Cultural Integration ? / Suparna Ghosh (Bhattacharya) (p.257-271) -- Cricket Beat Soaps, Serials and Politics : Cricket and Television in Contemporary India / Boria Majumdar (p.273-290) -- Science for Whom ? Popular Perception of Science and the Politics of Science Movement in Bengal / Sabyasachi Chatterjee (p.291-311) -- Constituent Assembly Election in Nepal : From Monarchy to a Republic - A Political-Cultural Transition / Amiya K. Chaudhuri (p.313-338) -- Review Article. Bollywood, Popular Culture and Cultural Diffusion / Sreemati Ganguli (p.341-346) -- My Journey Through Myanmar : Culture, People and History / Swapna Bhattacharya (Chakraborti) (p.349-358) -- Media Reconstruction and the Popular 'Hindi Serial' Culture in Contemporary Afghanistan / Arpita Basu Roy (p.359-366) -- Encounters : Reflections on Culture and Identity in Post-Soviet Uzbekistan / Anita Sengupta (p.367-374) -- Orbiting the Steppe / Suchandana Chatterjee (p.375-383)

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