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Puente, Henry: The Promotion and Distribution o...
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Erscheinungsdatum: 31.05.2011, Medium: Buch, Einband: Gebunden, Titel: The Promotion and Distribution of U.S. Latino Films, Autor: Puente, Henry, Verlag: Lang, Peter // Peter Lang Publishing Inc. New York, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: Fernsehen // Privatfernsehen // TV // Kommunikationswissenschaft // Amerika // Erdteil // Lateinamerika // Öffentlichkeitsarbeit // PR // Public Relations // Theaterwissenschaft // Theatertheorie // Film // Kinematografie // Karibik // Kommunikation // Unternehmen // Unternehmenskommunikation // Nachrichtentechnik // Technik // Telekommunikation // Süd // und Zentralamerika // inklusive Mexiko // Kino // Radio // Drama // Theaterstücke // Drehbücher // Businesskommunikation und // präsentation // Nachrichtententechnik, Rubrik: Medienwissenschaften // Sonstiges, Seiten: 226, Abbildungen: num. tables, Herkunft: SCHWEIZ (CH), Reihe: Intersections in Communications and Culture (Nr. 28), Gewicht: 454 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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The Promotion and Distribution of U.S. Latino F...
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The Promotion and Distribution of U.S. Latino Films ab 33.95 € als Taschenbuch: New. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Wissenschaft, Medienwissenschaft,

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The Promotion and Distribution of U.S. Latino F...
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The Promotion and Distribution of U.S. Latino Films ab 111.95 € als gebundene Ausgabe: . Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Wissenschaft, Medienwissenschaft,

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The Promotion and Distribution of U.S. Latino F...
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This book documents the barriers to success encountered by U.S. Latino films over the past three decades, as their proponents sought to secure distribution deals and prove the films' worth as commodities. Over time, more studio and studio specialty divisions have acquired and circulated them, but many film distributors still do not understand the nuances of the U.S. Latino market and how to promote these films. The book includes interviews with marketers, publicists, and producers, and secondary research material from trade publications, newspaper articles, and websites, centering on marketing strategies, release dates, and box office figures. One of the first academic works to analyze the concurrent social and industrial factors within the U.S. Latino community and the larger Hollywood marketplace, this book examines and illuminates the history of U.S. Latino films.

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Empowering Latinos. Weblogs as Tools of Democra...
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Seminar paper from the year 2005 in the subject American Studies - Culture and Applied Geography, grade: 1,0, Duke University, language: English, abstract: Just a little over ten years ago, the first website became accessible to the public and even though the World Wide Web of today is still in its teens, it has become a phenomenon of virtually global impact. By the mid 1990s, people started to discover the joys of online communication via socalled weblogs or blogs, but blogs really evolved at the turn of the millennium, when the international blogosphere virtually exploded. Anyone could create one, anyone could participate in one, and everyone had at least heard of one. Blogs revolutionized online communication by creating worldwide communities of technology nerds, ambitious writers, and simply those who found an outlet for their exhibitionist tendencies. Decades earlier, in 1981, renowned German philosopher and sociological theorist Jürgen Habermas published his seminal work Theory of Communicative Action, in which he formulates a theoretical framework for societal progress achieved through communication. In the United States of today, progress and the means of communication are inherently White, in fact knowledge and societal power are White. This research is designed to look at the question of democratic empowerment among the Latino minority, this is, whether weblogs provide the Latino immigrant community with means to connect, exchange information, and thus gain social and political influence by the power of knowledge. Is it possible for Latinos in the U.S. to use the medium of weblogs according to Habermas' theory and change the distribution of knowledge and power in American society? Habermas' approach will be described as the theoretical framework for this research paper. It will then be determined how the Latino community in the U.S. could or could not use the weblog as a tool of empowerment.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Latinos and the U.S. Racial Wealth Divide
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Seminar paper from the year 2007 in the subject American Studies - Culture and Applied Geography, grade: 2,0, University of Freiburg (Englisches Seminar), course: American Society Today, 11 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: The purpose of this term paper is to study the minority of Latinos, and to some extent Mexican Americans in particular, the problems they have had and still have to cope with when building wealth. First, I will introduce into the topic and its relevance in the United States by talking about the 'Wealth Distribution and the Racial Wealth Divide' in general. In chapter two, I will give a definiton of the terms 'Latino', 'Hispanics', and 'Chicanos' and then provide some basic information on them. In order to understand today's situation of Mexican Americans, one must consider their historical background and the involvement of the government blocking Mexican Americans to build wealth for a long time, which I will be dealing with in my third chapter 'Looking Back'. In my fourth chapter 'Looking at Today' I will demonstrate Latinos' and Mexican Americans' social, financial, and educational situation today by mentioning and evaluating some numbers. Finally, in my last chapter 'Looking Ahead' I will illustrate the importance of Hispanics in the U.S., examine how they will change or already have changed American society, and try to give an outlook for the future development.

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Empowering Latinos. Weblogs as Tools of Democra...
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Seminar paper from the year 2005 in the subject American Studies - Culture and Applied Geography, grade: 1,0, Duke University, language: English, abstract: Just a little over ten years ago, the first website became accessible to the public and even though the World Wide Web of today is still in its teens, it has become a phenomenon of virtually global impact. By the mid 1990s, people started to discover the joys of online communication via socalled weblogs or blogs, but blogs really evolved at the turn of the millennium, when the international blogosphere virtually exploded. Anyone could create one, anyone could participate in one, and everyone had at least heard of one. Blogs revolutionized online communication by creating worldwide communities of technology nerds, ambitious writers, and simply those who found an outlet for their exhibitionist tendencies. Decades earlier, in 1981, renowned German philosopher and sociological theorist Jürgen Habermas published his seminal work Theory of Communicative Action, in which he formulates a theoretical framework for societal progress achieved through communication. In the United States of today, progress and the means of communication are inherently White, in fact knowledge and societal power are White. This research is designed to look at the question of democratic empowerment among the Latino minority, this is, whether weblogs provide the Latino immigrant community with means to connect, exchange information, and thus gain social and political influence by the power of knowledge. Is it possible for Latinos in the U.S. to use the medium of weblogs according to Habermas' theory and change the distribution of knowledge and power in American society? Habermas' approach will be described as the theoretical framework for this research paper. It will then be determined how the Latino community in the U.S. could or could not use the weblog as a tool of empowerment.

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