eBook Pop Culture in Asia and Oceania, 1st Edition

  • Jeremy A. Murray
  • Kathleen M. Nadeau
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  • ISBN-10: 1440839913
  • ISBN-13: 9781440839917
  • DDC: 306.095
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - College Senior
  • 450 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2016 | Published/Released January 2017
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2016
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Overview

This ready reference is a comprehensive guide to pop culture in Asia and Oceania, including topics such as top Korean singers, Thailand's sports heroes, and Japanese fashion.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Recent Titles in Entertainment and Society around the World.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Dedication.
Contents.
Preface.
Chronology.
Introduction.
Popular Music.
1: Alternative Music Scenes, China.
2: Arirang: Korean Folk Song.
3: Contemporary Popular Music, China.
4: Ethnic Music, China.
5: Folk Songs, India.
6: Heavy Metal, Punk, and Indie Music, Indonesia.
7: Hip-Hop, Japan.
8: K-pop.
9: Musicians, India.
10: P’ansori: Korean Narrative Singing.
11: Pinoy Jazz, Philippines.
12: Pinoy Pop, Philippines.
13: Pinoy Rap, Philippines.
14: Pinoy Rock, Philippines.
15: Popular Albums, Australia.
16: Popular Music, Mongolia.
17: Popular Music, North Korea.
18: Popular Music, Tibet.
19: Popular Music, Uyghur.
20: Protest Music, Indonesia.
21: Punjabi Rap, Remix, and Bhangra.
22: Small-City Music, China.
Books and Contemporary Literature.
23: Comic-Book Heroines, Philippines.
24: Comic Books, India.
25: Jose, Francisco Sionil (1924–).
26: Literature, Dalit.
27: Literature, Post-1990, China.
28: Literature, Taiwan.
29: Literature, Tibet.
30: Literature, Uyghur.
31: Mahjoor (Ghulam Ahmed Mehjoor).
32: Manga.
33: Murakami Haruki (Japanese Literature Today).
34: Popular Literature, Indonesia.
35: Popular Literature, Philippines.
36: Popular Novels, Australia.
37: Pramoedya Ananta Toer.
38: Tharoor, Shashi.
39: Women Writers, India.
40: Yaoi Comic Books, Japan.
41: Yu Hua, China.
Film.
42: Australians in Hollywood.
43: Bollywood Gender Stereotypes.
44: Cinema, China.
45: Cinema, Maori.
46: Cinema, Taiwan.
47: Cinema, Tibet.
48: Cinema, Uyghur.
49: Cinema, Vietnam.
50: Documentaries, China.
51: Feng Xiaogang (Chinese New Year Cinema).
52: Hollywood Films in China.
53: Kurosawa Akira (1910–1998).
54: Lavani Dance and Film, India.
55: Movie Stars, China.
56: Movies, North Korea.
57: Popular Movies, Australia.
58: Shakespeare in Bollywood.
Television and Radio.
59: Dating Shows, China.
60: Hakka Sisters, Hong Kong.
61: Historical Dramas, China.
62: Lottery Show, Philippines.
63: Mahabharata and Ramayana.
64: Radio and Television, Tibet.
65: Spring Festival Television Gala, China.
66: Television Dramas, Korea.
67: Television, India.
68: Television, Indonesia.
69: Television, Japan.
70: TV Singing Competitions, China.
71: Xiangsheng: Chinese Comic Dialogues.
Internet and Social Media.
72: Amnesty International and Pop Culture.
73: Egao and Online Satire, China.
74: The “Gangnam Style” Fad.
75: Great Firewall, China.
76: Han Han.
77: Indigenous Oral Lore and Digital Media, Thailand (Karen).
78: Internet Addiction, China.
79: Internet Censorship, Cambodia.
80: Internet and Social Media, Uyghur.
81: Mobile Phones, Philippines.
82: Popular Transmedia, Australia.
83: Social Media, Australia.
84: Social Media, Indonesia.
85: Social Media, Japan.
86: Social Media, Philippines.
87: Sui, Mike.
88: Weishidai (Micro-Era), China.
Sports.
89: Antarctic Expeditions and Sports.
90: Baseball, Japan.
91: Baseball, Taiwan.
92: Basketball, Philippines.
93: Cricket.
94: Horse Racing, Philippines.
95: Martial Arts, China.
96: Martial Arts, Japan.
97: Mongolian Sports.
98: Public-Square Dancing, China.
99: Regional and Unique Sports.
100: Rugby and Australia-Rules Football.
101: Sherpas and Himalayan Mountaineering.
102: Soccer.
103: Sports Fanaticism, Australia.
104: Uyghur Sports.
105: Weiqi (Surrounding Chess), China.
106: Yoga.
Video Games.
107: Gaming, Philippines.
108: Video Games, Australia and New Zealand.
109: Video Games, China.
110: Video Games, South Korea.
Fashion and Couture.
111: Beauty Pageants, Philippines.
112: Body Modification.
113: Henna.
114: Hijabers (Islamic Veiling in Indonesia and Bangladesh).
115: National Attire, Philippines.
116: Sari.
117: Youth Fashion, Japan.
Appendix: Top Ten Lists.
Selected Bibliography.
About the Editors and Contributors.
Index.