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The Cultural Industries

D. Hesmondhalgh
Published 2002 · Political Science

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Introduction: Change and Continuity, Power and Creativity PART ONE: ANALYTICAL FRAMEWORKS Theories of Culture, Theories of Cultural Production Cultural Industries in the Twentieth Century: The Key Features Why the Cultural Industries Began to Change in the 1980s PART TWO: POLICY CHANGE Marketization in Telecommunications and Broadcasting Further Changes in Policy: Copyright and the Cult of Creativity PART THREE: CHANGE AND CONTINUITY IN THE CULTURAL INDUSTRIES, 1980 TO 2012 Ownership, Structure and Size Creativity and Commerce, Organization and Labour Internationalism: Neither Globalisation Nor Cultural Imperialism Digitalisation and the Internet The Impact of the Internet and Digitalisation on Existing Cultural Industries Texts: Diversity, Quality and Social Justice Conclusions: A New Era in Cultural Production? Glossary



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