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Advertising, the Media and Globalisation: A World in Motion Paperback – 19 Apr 2012
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'...the breadth and depth of his survey of the core communication medium of the late 20th century makes his book worth reading, certainly by students and probably by practitioners. Sinclair achieves something quite rare in the contested country where academic interests and applied information co-exist. His book is heavy on theory and social analysis, but it is also a history of the way the sector has worked and adapted to change.' - Stephen Matchett, Books in brief, The Australian
About the Author
John Sinclair is an Honorary Professorial Fellow in the Australian Centre at the University of Melbourne. He has become internationally acknowledged over the last twenty-five years for his research on the globalisation of media industries. This has been published in the leading journals of the field, as well as various books, notably Images Incorporated: Advertising as Industry and Ideology (1987); New Patterns in Global Television: Peripheral Vision (1996, edited, with Stuart Cunningham and Liz Jacka); Latin American Television: A Global View (1999); and Contemporary World Television (2004, edited, with Graeme Turner).