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    Mark Allen Peterson
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A former Washington . journalist, Mark Allen Peterson is currently Assistant Professor of Anthropology at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. He has published numerous articles on American, South Asian and Middle Eastern media, and has taught courses on anthropological approaches to media t at he American University in Cairo, the University of Hamburg, and Georgetown University.

Anthropological interest in mass communication and media has exploded in the last two decades, engaging and challenging the work on the media in mass communications, cultural studies, sociology and other disciplines. This is the first book to offer a systematic overview of the themes, topics and methodologies in the emerging dialogue between anthropologists studying mass communication and media analysts turning to ethnography and cultural analysis.

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Anthropological interest in mass communication and media has exploded in the last two . Mark Allen Peterson Chapter 5 Media as Myth.

Anthropological interest in mass communication and media has exploded in the last two decades, engaging and challenging the work on the media in mass communicat. I have dabbled in media at least since junior high school, when my father bought me a used 8mm movie camera. My productions were fundamentally intertextual, pastiches and parodies of the television and films I enjoyed viewing. Chapter 5 Media as Myth. Anthropological studies of media, as we saw in chapter 2, have not been accustomed to dealing with power in the same ways as the media and culture theories described in the previous chapter.

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Anthropology and mass media London: Profile Books. The media and modernity Popular Communication, 5 (1), 17–36. It’s our turn to eat: the story of a Kenyan whistle-blower.

Anthropology and mass media. London: Profile Books. The media and modernity. Stanford University Press. Throup, D. and Hornsby, . 1998. Multi-party politics in Kenya: the Kenyatta and Moi states and the triumph of the system in the 1992 election. Oxford: James Currey. Popular Communication, 5 (1), 17–36.

Anthropological interest in mass communication and media has exploded in the last two decades, engaging and challenging the work on the media in mass communications, cultural studies, sociology and other disciplines. This is the first book to offer a systematic overview of the themes, topics and methodologies in the emerging dialogue between anthropologists studying mass communication and media analysts turning to ethnography and cultural analysis. Drawing on dozens of semiotic, ethnographic and cross-cultural studies of mass media, it offers new insights into the analysis of media texts, offers models for the ethnographic study of media production and consumption, and suggests approaches for understanding media in the modern world system. Placing the anthropological study of mass media into historical and interdisciplinary perspectives, this book examines how work in cultural studies, sociology, mass communication and other disciplines has helped shape the re-emerging interest in media by anthropologists.