Globalization and ethnic diversity in Western newspaper coverage of literary authors: Comparing developments in France, Germany, the Netherlands, and the United States, 1955 to 2005
American Behavioral Scientist , Volume 55 - Issue 5 p. 624- 641
In contrast to most studies on cultural globalization, this article examines the dynamics of cross-cultural exchange between and within (Western) nation-states. Through content analysis, the authors study the extent and composition of newspaper coverage given to literary authors of non-Western ethnic origin-both foreign and domestic-in four nations across 50 years.The analysis reveals, among other things, that newspaper attention to ethnic minority authors appears related to various features of a nation's ethnic minority population, the extent that a given national literary field is receptive to ethnic diversity, and the relative position of that nation in the literary world-system.
|comparative research, cultural globalization, ethnic minorities, journalism, literature|
|ERMeCC - Erasmus Research Centre for Media, Communication and Culture|
|American Behavioral Scientist|
|Organisation||Department of Media and Communication|
Berkers, P.P.L, Janssen, M.S.S.E, & Verboord, M.N.M. (2011). Globalization and ethnic diversity in Western newspaper coverage of literary authors: Comparing developments in France, Germany, the Netherlands, and the United States, 1955 to 2005. American Behavioral Scientist, 55(5), 624–641. doi:10.1177/0002764211398083