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Media, ritual, and identity

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Published by Routledge in London, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Katz, Elihu, 1926-,
  • Television broadcasting of news,
  • Mass media -- Social aspects

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Tamar Liebes and James Curran.
    SeriesCommunication and society, Communication and society (Routledge (Firm))
    ContributionsLiebes, Tamar., Curran, James., Katz, Elihu, 1926-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPN4784.T4 M38 1998
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 263 p. ;
    Number of Pages263
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL697934M
    ISBN 100415159911, 041515992X
    LC Control Number97045502

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Edited By James Curran, Tamar Liebes. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 11 September Cited by: Recently, a number of anthropologists have taken an interest in the relationship between ritual and media.

Some of this work can be found in a edited volume entitled Media, Ritual and Performance edited by F. Hughes-Freeland. In her introduction. Media, ritual and identity Liebes, Tamar ; Curran, James Media, Ritual and Identityexamines the role of the media in society; its complex influence on democratic processes and its participation in the construction and affirmation of different social identities.

Originally published in Liebes, T and Curran, J. Media, ritual and identity: essays in honor of. Elihu Katz. London, This document is the author’s submitted version of the book section.

The discussion then turns to the persisting shamanic tradition of the region and the ritual dynamics of Hyolmo culture. The book concludes by considering broader questions of Hyolmo identity in the Nepalese context, as well as reflecting on the interconnection of landscape, ritual and identity.

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Media and Ritual Death, Community and Everyday Life 1st Edition. Johanna Sumiala Septem This wide-ranging and accessible book offers a stimulating introduction to the field of media anthropology and the study of religious ritual. Johanna Sumiala explores the interweaving of rituals, communication and community.

‘media rituals’ is not simply a matter of isolating particular performances (‘rituals’) and interpreting them; it is a matter of grasping the whole social space within which anything like ‘ritual’ in relation to media becomes possible.

The result is to enrich, but. Get this from a library. Media, ritual, and identity. [Tamar Liebes; James Curran; Elihu Katz;] -- Media, Ritual and Identity examines the role of the media in society; its complex influence on democratic processes and its participation in the construction and affirmation of different social.

Get this from a library. Media, ritual, and identity. [Tamar Liebes; James Curran; Elihu Katz;] -- This work examines the role of the media in society, its complex influence on democratic processes and its participation in the construction and affirmation of different social identities.

Book description: Theorising Media and Conflict brings together anthropologists as well as media and communication scholars to collectively address the elusive and complex relationship between media and conflict.

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cultural identity and political identity; secondly, it is assumed that the CCTV SFG is a media ritual that combines traditional folk customs with state ideological discourse. The traditional cultural symbols and values in the gala serve to strengthen cultural identity, and state ideological discourses serve to reinforce political identity.

Couldry later provides a summarised definition of ‘media rituals’ which he states as “the way we act in the presence of a media person or celebrity, the way a media event or television studio is organised and so on”.

Once the term ‘media ritual’ was defined for the audience it became easier to understand the arguments being presented.About The Book. The Karmapanjika is a manual for the domestic rituals of the Paippalada tradition. Claiming to follow a Sutra of Paithinasi, the text was composed by an otherwise.Livingstone, S.

() Relationships between media and audiences: Prospects for future audience reception studies. In Liebes, T., and Curran, J. (Eds.), Media, Ritual and Identity: Essays in Honor of Elihu Katz. London: Routledge.

1An earlier version of this paper was presented to The media .