Final Project: BCM332

Find my final project for BCM332: Global Media Interventions here: https://erynsharp.atavist.com/the-womens-march

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A Desi Girl in the Western World: representing the South Asian diaspora online

In an increasingly globalised world we are faced with the challenged of “…[ensuring] that the mediated public sphere is truly inclusive and diverse" (Metykova 2016, p. 81). The representation of people and groups in the media is fundamental to how we produce meaning and construct our own identities. However, in mainstream media and most notably …

Reflection: looking to the future of global media

A global imagination now plays a crucial role in how people engage with their everyday lives, consider their options and make decisions within the new configurations of social relations that are no longer confined to local communities but potentially span, either directly or indirectly, across national boundaries (Rizvi 2009 in Mills & Green 2013, p. …

Film Festivals: challenging Hollywood and inspiring cosmopolitanism

Hollywood has been constantly criticised for its lack of diverse voices and faces, and this year is no exception. At the start of the year, the industry faced major backlash about the lack of racial variation in key creative roles, and there were calls for industry leaders to boycott the Oscars in response. Alternately, this …

Co-productions: nurturing or hindering Australian cultural identity?

Film co-productions emerged after the Second World War, and increased significantly during the 1990’s due to globalisation. The convergence of global industries has allowed different countries to collaborate on film production, but more importantly, to share financial, technical and creative resources (Baltruschat, 2002). Since 1986, Australia has established co-production agreements with France, United Kingdom, Canada, …