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  • Author:
    Chris Wood,Peter S. Grant
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    1553650093
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    Douglas & McIntyre; First Edition edition (June 1, 2004)
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com User, October 21, 2004. Canadian authors Peter S. Grant and Chris Wood, respectively a noted communications lawyer and a journalist, have set out to dissect, examine and prod the policies and issues surrounding the concept of contemporary culture and the many forces exerting pressure on the world stage to either commercialize and liberalize or maintain or expand the regulations and frameworks currently in place to keep works.

The importance of Blockbusters and Trade Wars derives in part from the lack of overviews written from a Canadian perspective of. .

The importance of Blockbusters and Trade Wars derives in part from the lack of overviews written from a Canadian perspective of Canadian broadcasting and cultural industries policy in an international context.

Frederick Pinto, 2004. Scrambled Signals: Canadian Content Policies in a World of Technological Abundance," . Howe Institute, issue 301, January. More about this item. Handle: RePEc:oup:jieclw:v:7:y:2004:i:4:p:922-928. All material on this site has been provided by the respective publishers and authors. You can help correct errors and omissions.

Blockbusters and Trade Wars. The unparalleled global distribution of books, television programs and other cultural products would seem to augur well for the diversity of ideas and creative expression. Yet ever more of this flow is concentrated in the hands of fewer giant corporations, significantly American controlled, whose agenda is not pluralism but profit.

The unparalleled global distribution of books, television programs and other cultural products would seem to augur well. What is Kobo Super Points? A loyalty program that rewards you for your love of reading. Explore rewards Explore Kobo VIP Membership. popular culture in a globalized world. Published 2004 by Douglas & McIntyre in Vancouver. Cultural policy, Economic aspects, Economic aspects of Popular culture, Globalization, International relations and culture, Popular culture, Social aspects, Social aspects of Globalization. Includes bibliographical references (p. 421-441) and index.

By Peter S. Grant & Chris Wood. Vancouver: Douglas & McIntyre, 2004. 454 pp. ISBN 1553650093. The book focuses on the popular media - broadcasting, theatrical feature film, records, books, and magazines - with particular attention to the entertainment industries, especially television, and does not cover "the arts" or performing arts.

Blockbusters and Trade Wars: Popular Culture in a Globalized World. Published: 24 January 2005. by CISP Journal Services. in Canadian Journal of Communication. Canadian Journal of Communication, Volume 30; doi:10.

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Grant, Peter and Wood, Chris, Blockbusters and Trade Wars, Popular Culture in a Globalized World, Douglas & McIntyre, Vancouver, 2004. Kakabadse, Mario . The WTO and the Commodification of Cultural Products: Implications for Asia, 22(2) Media Asia 71–77 (1995)Google Scholar. Hahn, Michael . Eine kulturelle Bereichausnahme im Recht der WTO?, 56 Zeitschrift für ausländisches und öffentliches Recht und Volkerrecht 315 (1996)Google Scholar.

Unprecedented worldwide distribution of books, television programs, and other cultural products would seem to augur well for the diversity of ideas. Yet a dwindling number of media conglomerates — significantly American controlled — are increasingly herding consumers toward very profitable “blockbuster” films, books, and recordings at the expense of independent and alternative works. Presenting an essential international perspective, Blockbusters and Trade Wars reveals links between freedom of expression and intellectual diversity.