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100 1  Iqani, Mehita,|0
245 10 Consumption, media and the global south :|baspiration 
       contested /|cMehita Iqani. 
264  1 Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire ;|aNew York, NY :
       |bPalgrave Macmillan,|c2016. 
264  4 |c2016 
300    1 online resource (xiv, 235 pages) 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
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504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 215-232) and 
505 0  Cover; Contents; List of Tables; Acknowledgements; List of
       Acronyms; 1 Introduction: The Mediation of Global South 
       Consumption; The global south: Experimental term, 
       analytical opportunity; Transnational comparative case 
       studies: Challenges and prospects; Chapter outline; The 
       materiality of mediated consumption; 2 Globalization, 
       Consumption and Power: Why Media Matter; Media and global 
       culture; Theorizing mediated globalization; Media 
       discourse and power; Consumer culture and globalization; 
       The legacy of colonialism; The political economy of 
       globalized consumption. 
505 8  Moralizing southern consumptionThe developmentalist ethic:
       Can consumption save the south?; Inequality and avarice: 
       Consumption as globalized exploitation; Studying the 
       mediation of southern consumption: A conceptual matrix; 
       Consumption as power: Manipulation and empowerment 
       reloaded; Consumption as aspiration: Poverty and wealth 
       depolarized; Consumption as communication: Semiotic 
       doubling in distinction and mediation; Summing up: 
       Consumption, inequality and aspiration; 3 Slum Tourism and
       the Consumption of Poverty in TripAdvisor Reviews: The 
       Cases of Langa, Dharavi and Santa Marta. 
505 8  Slum tourism: Globalized gazing and the mediation of 
       povertyGlobal mobility and the exploitative gaze: Who 
       looks and who is looked at?; Ethical witnessing? Politics,
       development and social realism in slum tours; The 
       mediation of slum tourism: Glamorous or realist 
       aesthetics?; Case studies: Dharavi, Santa Marta and Langa 
       tours on; Slum tours reviewed: Discourses 
       on value, morality and learning; "Highlight": Value for 
       money and the commoditized experience; "Humbling": 
       Material poverty, spiritual wealth and questions of 
505 8  "Eye-opening": Dealing with reality and the geopolitics of
       the class encounterSlum tours: Commoditized, moralized and
       mediated (a conclusion); 4 New Yuppies? Documentary Film 
       Representations of Middle-Class Consumer Lifestyles in 
       China and South Africa; Global south "yuppies"? Middle-
       class culture and capital; The middle class: Contested, 
       constructed, relational; Salaried and spending: Economic 
       capital, income and agency; Taste and mobility: Cultural 
       capital, globalization and identity; "Yuppies" on film: 
       Documenting social mobility in China and South Africa. 
505 8  The dream, success and morality: The representation of 
       Chinese and black South African yuppie 
       subjectivitiesProsperity and time: Narratives of the 
       dream; On the symbolism of the luxury car: Spending and 
       success; Living it up, playing it down: Deserving and 
       democratizing wealth; Mediating the yuppie: Neoliberal 
       culture and southern upward mobility; 5 Allegations of 
       Consumption: Wealth and Luxury in News Reports of 
       Corruption in South Africa and India; Corruption, society 
       and the media: Interdisciplinary debates; Abusing power: 
       Defining corruption and its consequences. 
506    License restrictions may limit access. 
520    What does consumption in the global south signify, and how
       are its complexities communicated in media discourses? 
       This book looks at the media representation of consumer 
       culture in Africa, China, Brazil and India through case 
       studies ranging from celebrity selfies, to travel websites,
       news reports and documentary film. 
588 0  Print version record. 
650  0 Consumption (Economics)|0
       subjects/sh85031498|xSocial aspects|0
       authorities/subjects/sh00002758|zDeveloping countries.
650  0 Consumer behavior|0
       sh87006429|zDeveloping countries.|0
650  0 Mass media|xInfluence.|0
650  0 Mass media|xSocial aspects|0
       subjects/sh85081876|zDeveloping countries.|0http:// 
650  0 Capitalism and mass media|0
       subjects/sh98001266|zDeveloping countries.|0http:// 
655  0 Electronic books. 
655  4 Electronic books. 
776 08 |iPrint version:|aIqani, Mehita.|tConsumption, media and 
       the Gobal South.|dHoundmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire ; New
       York, NY : Palgrave Macmillan, 2016|z9781137390127|w(DLC) 
990    SpringerLink|bSpringer English/International eBooks 2016 -
       Full Set|c2018-10-31|yNew collection 
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