By Ivo Ritzer
By Ivo Ritzer
By Eve Kalyva
This ebook examines using picture and textual content juxtapositions in conceptual artwork as a method for tough numerous ideological and institutional calls for put on artwork. whereas conceptual artwork is mostly pointed out by way of its use of language, this ebook makes transparent precisely how language used to be used. specifically, it asks: How has the presence of language in a visible paintings context replaced the methods paintings is stated, theorised and produced? Image and textual content in Conceptual Art demonstrates how works of art speak in context and evaluates their severe strength. It discusses overseas case stories and attracts assets from artwork background and concept, philosophy, discourse research, literary feedback and social semiotics. enticing the severe and social dimensions of paintings, it proposes 3 equipment of research that reflect on the work’s performative gesture, its logico-semantic family members and the rhetorical operations within the discursive construction of which means. This e-book bargains a accomplished approach to research that may be utilized past conceptual art.
By B. Pfetsch
By Katharina Neuhaus
By Bernardo Amigo Latorre,Guy Lochard
By Simon Hagemann
By Elin Haf Gruffydd Jones,Enrique Uribe-Jongbloed
As a box in its personal correct, Minority Language Media stories is constructing speedy. the hot technological and social advancements that experience speeded up media convergence and opened new methods of entry and trade into areas previously managed via media associations, provide new possibilities, demanding situations and risks to minority languages, and particularly to their already verified media associations. This e-book comprises debates on what convergence and participation really suggest, a sequence of case stories of particular social media advancements in minority language, in addition to comparative experiences on how the cultural industries have engaged with the recent chances caused by way of media convergence. eventually, the e-book additionally deals a old assessment of the improvement of Minority Language Media world wide, and evidences the components within which extra vast examine is required.
By John D. H. Downing
By Satoshi Toyosaki,Shinsuke Eguchi
Japan is heterogeneous and culturally varied, either traditionally via historical waves of immigration and lately because of its overseas kin and internationalization. in spite of the fact that, Japan has socially, culturally, politically, and intellectually developed a special and homogeneous id. extra lately, this identification building has been rightfully wondered and challenged by means of Japan’s culturally different teams.
This publication explores the discursive platforms of cultural identities that regenerate the appearance of Japan as a homogeneous state. individuals from numerous disciplines and methodological methods examine the ways that Japan’s homogenizing discourses are challenged and transformed via counter-homogeneous message structures. They research the discursive push-and-pull among homogenizing and heterogenizing vectors, present in family and transnational contexts and mobilized through a variety of id politics, corresponding to gender, sexuality, ethnicity, overseas prestige, nationality, multiculturalism, and internationalization. After providing a cautious and important research, the booklet demands a complicating of Japan’s homogenizing discourses in nuanced and contextual methods, with an specific target of practicing a culturally assorted Japan.
Taking a severe intercultural communique standpoint, this ebook should be of curiosity to scholars and students of jap stories, jap tradition and jap Society.