Sound communities in the Asia Pacific : music, media, and technology /

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Bloomsbury Academic,, New York City, United States; London, England, United Kingdom, p.1 online resource (272 pages) (2020)

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(OCoLC)fst01011357, (OCoLC)fst01030414, (OCoLC)fst01030444, bicssc, China., fast, Hawaii., Mass media and music, Mass media and music., Music, Political aspects, Political aspects., Rock & Pop music., Social aspects, Social aspects., Southeast Asia., Vanuatu.


Includes bibliographical references and index.Introduction. Musical Media in the Asia Pacific / Lonán Ó Briain and Min Yen Ong -- Vocalizing Community. Getting Our Voices Heard : Radio Broadcasting and Secrecy in Vanuatu / Monika Stern / Sounding an Indigenous Domain : Radio, Voice, and Lisu Media Evangelism / Ying Diao ; Narrowcasting into the Infinite Margins : Internet Sonorities of Transient Indonesian Domestic Workers in Singapore / Shzr Ee Tan -- Transforming Tradition. Harmonies for the Homeland: Traditional Music and the Politics of Intangible Cultural Heritage on Vietnamese Radio / Lonán Ó Briain ; Mediation of Tradition : Television and Studio Productions of Khmer Music in Cambodia / Francesca Billeri ; Going with the Flow : Livestreaming and Korean Wave Narratives in P'ansori Anna Yates-Lu -- Sounding Authority. North Korea: Controlling the Airwaves, Harmonizing the People / Keith Howard ; The Party and the People : Shifting Sonic Politics in Post-1949 Tiananmen Square / Joseph Lovell ; Broadcasting Infrastructures and Electromagnetic Fatality : Listening to Enemy Radio in Socialist China / Hang Wu -- Performing Activism. "Change the World Gently with Singing": Queer Audibility and Soft Activism in China / Hongwei Bao ; Sounds of Political Reform : Indie Rock in Late New Order Indonesia / M. Rizky Sasono; Finding Agency in Hawaiian Online Collaborative Music Videos : Reclaiming Kaulana Na Pua in a Contemporary Context / Min Yen Ong and Jordan Anthony Kapono Bee."Investigates the circulation of musical culture via broadcast media in the Asia Pacific"--Compliant with Level AA of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines. Content is displayed as HTML full text which can easily be resized or read with assistive technology, with mark-up that allows screen readers and keyboard-only users to navigate easily