1 edition of Re-constructing place and space found in the catalog.
Re-constructing place and space
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Kamille Gentles-Peart and Maurice L. Hall|
|LC Classifications||JV7321 .R43 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 155 p. :|
|Number of Pages||155|
|LC Control Number||2012429453|
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"Re-Constructing Place and Space: Media, Culture, Discourse and the Constitution of a Caribbean Diaspora" examines the role of cultural performances and mediated expressions in the construction and maintenance of Caribbean diasporic identities.
The Author: Kamille Gentles-Peart. Re-Constructing Place and Space 3 immigrant women in Britain, Parminder Bhachu () contends that “ethnic” identities, which are often perceived as c omprising of and being most influenced by fixed elements from the country of origin, also include other forces that are equally important in their construction.
She states. Re-Constructing Place and Space: Media, Culture, Discourse and the Constitution of Caribbean Diasporas seeks to explore the influence of embodied, discursive and mediated communicative forms on the construction and maintenance of Caribbean diasporic volume emerged from the New Media and the Global Diaspora Symposium.
Get this from a library. Re-constructing place and space: media, culture, discourse and the constitution of Caribbean diasporas. [Kamille Gentles-Peart; Maurice L Hall;] -- Cultural traditions transmitted within the primary and secondary migratory communities of the Caribbean are continually subject to loss, gain and reinterpretation.
Re-constructing place and space: media, culture, discourse and the constitution of Caribbean diasporas. She is the coeditor of Re-constructing Place and Space: Media, Culture, Discourse, and the Constitution of Caribbean Diasporas.
Praise “This book will be attractive to courses in sociology, women and gender studies, Caribbean studies, and migration studies, at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. For example, her co-edited book (Re-Constructing Place and Space: Media, Power, and Identity in the Constitution of Caribbean Diasporas) was awarded the Outstanding Book Award from the African American Communication and Culture Division of the National Communication Association of the U.S.
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Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Among his publications, Dr. Hall is co-editor of the book Re-Constructing Place and Space: Media, Power, and Identity in the Constitution of a Caribbean Diaspora, which won a Best Book Awar d inand co-author of the book, Embodying the Postcolonial Life, which was published in.
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