From transnationalism to nativism? The rise, decline and reinvention of a regional Hokkien entertainment industry 1

@article{Taylor2008FromTT,
  title={From transnationalism to nativism? The rise, decline and reinvention of a regional Hokkien entertainment industry 1},
  author={Jeremy E. Taylor},
  journal={Inter-Asia Cultural Studies},
  year={2008},
  volume={9},
  pages={62 - 81}
}
Abstract This paper explores the ways in which the production of commercial Hokkien popular culture – including film, music and television – has been transformed over the course of the last half century from a regional industry into something now associated almost exclusively with ‘nativist’ Taiwan. The paper thus draws on and contributes to debates about Diaspora, transnationalism and cultural expression in the wider East Asian region. In tracing the development of the Hokkien popular culture… Expand

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