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Drama for development : cultural translation and social change / edited by Andrew Skuse, Marie Gillespie, and Gerry Power.

Contributor(s): Skuse, Andrew, 1964- | Gillespie, Marie, 1953- | Power, Gerry, 1960- | BBC World Service Trust.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Thousand Oaks, Calif. : SAGE, 2011Description: xxiii, 324 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9788132105916 (hard back).Subject(s): Cultural exchange | Intercultural communication | Mass media in community development | Cultural pluralism | Social changeDDC classification: 303.482
Contents:
Re-framing drama for development / Andrew Skuse -- Great expectations and creative evolution : the history of drama for development at the bbc world service trust / Caroline Sugg and Gerry Power -- Audience research in drama for development : a contact zone of translation and transnational knowledge production / Gerry Power -- "Creative tensions" : audience research and the representational challenge of dramatising opium substitution in afghanistan / Andrew Skuse -- Considering men, masculinity, and drama / Charlotte Lapsansky and Joyee S. Chatterjee -- Telling other people's stories : cultural translation in drama for development / Emily LeRoux-Rutledge, Gerry Power and Carol Morgan -- Broadcasting "the state" : tribe, citizenship, and the politics of radio drama production in Afghanistan / Andrew Skuse and Marie Gillespie -- Dramatising "new Nepal" / Andrew Skuse and Michael Wilmore -- A dynamic encoding process : making the Cambodian "taste of life" drama / Lizz Frost Yocum -- Jasoos vijay : self-efficacy, collective action, and social norms in the context of an HIV and AIDs television drama / Lauren B. Frank, Sonal Tickoo Chaudhuri, Anurudra Bhanot and Sheila T. Murphy -- "Passport to love" : dramatising forced marriage between Pakistan and the Pakistani diaspora / Sadaf Rizvi -- Urunana audiences at home and away : together "hand in hand"? / Helen M. Hintjens and Fortunee Bayisenge -- Gossiping for change : dramatising "blood debt" in Afghanistan / Andrew Skuse and Marie Gillespie
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General Collection 303.482 D61 (Browse shelf) 128242 Available 128242

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Re-framing drama for development / Andrew Skuse -- Great expectations and creative evolution : the history of drama for development at the bbc world service trust / Caroline Sugg and Gerry Power -- Audience research in drama for development : a contact zone of translation and transnational knowledge production / Gerry Power -- "Creative tensions" : audience research and the representational challenge of dramatising opium substitution in afghanistan / Andrew Skuse -- Considering men, masculinity, and drama / Charlotte Lapsansky and Joyee S. Chatterjee -- Telling other people's stories : cultural translation in drama for development / Emily LeRoux-Rutledge, Gerry Power and Carol Morgan -- Broadcasting "the state" : tribe, citizenship, and the politics of radio drama production in Afghanistan / Andrew Skuse and Marie Gillespie -- Dramatising "new Nepal" / Andrew Skuse and Michael Wilmore -- A dynamic encoding process : making the Cambodian "taste of life" drama / Lizz Frost Yocum -- Jasoos vijay : self-efficacy, collective action, and social norms in the context of an HIV and AIDs television drama / Lauren B. Frank, Sonal Tickoo Chaudhuri, Anurudra Bhanot and Sheila T. Murphy -- "Passport to love" : dramatising forced marriage between Pakistan and the Pakistani diaspora / Sadaf Rizvi -- Urunana audiences at home and away : together "hand in hand"? / Helen M. Hintjens and Fortunee Bayisenge -- Gossiping for change : dramatising "blood debt" in Afghanistan / Andrew Skuse and Marie Gillespie

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