Television, Regulation, and Civil Society in Asia

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Acknowledgements

The initial planning and research for this book was supported by a Seed Funding Grant from the Australian Key Centre for Cultural and Media Policy and the contributors are grateful for the Centre's support and encouragement. Philip Kitley's research in Malaysia and Indonesia was supported by Australian Research Council Small Grants from the University of Southern Queensland. Paul Lee would like to acknowledge Hong Kong Research Council Grant CUHK4344/00H which funded research for his chapter on Hong Kong. As editor I have benefited from the support and advice of Key Centre Director Tom O'Regan, and former Deputy Director Stuart Cunningham (now Director of the Creative Industries Research and Applications Centre), and from my colleague Robert Dixon at the University of Southern Queensland. Parts of chapter 2 first appeared in Inter-Asia Cultural Studies 2001, 3.2 and are reproduced here with permission from the publisher Taylor & Francis. The willing cooperation and stimulating intellectual work of all of the contributors have made this research very rewarding and I take this opportunity to thank my colleagues and our informants who have been part of the project. Thanks to Michael Keane and Glen Lewis for their support and valuable suggestions for the Introduction.

Philip Kitley
Toowoomba, December 2001

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Tables vii
  • Foreword xiii
  • Acknowledgements xv
  • Part I - Overview 1
  • Introduction 3
  • References 18
  • Profiles 35
  • Part II - Regulation and Transversal Civil Society in Southeast Asia and Australia 59
  • 1 - Television, Media Reform and Civil Society in 'Amazing Thailand' 61
  • 2 - Out in Front 80
  • 3 - Civil Society in Charge? 97
  • 4 - Civic or Civil Contingencies? 115
  • 5 - Out of Reach 131
  • References 147
  • 6 - Television, Regulation and Citizenship in Australia 148
  • References 163
  • Part III - Regulation and Transversal Civil Society in Northeast Asia 167
  • 7 - Civil Society, Regulatory Space and Cultural Authority in China's Television Industry 169
  • Notes 184
  • References 185
  • 8 - Television in the Formation of Civil Society 188
  • 9 - Sliding Back the Screens 205
  • References 222
  • 10 - Civil Society as the Fifth Estate 226
  • Part IV - Beyond the Nation 247
  • 11 - National Sovereignty in an Age of Transnational Television 249
  • Index 261
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