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On the one hand, the report stresses that a shared European culture through popular culture, such as crime narratives, may be significantly difficult to frame and build. On the other hand, the same research also emphasizes that there are ways to build a business model on locative, regional identities co-created over decades and even centuries. From a European perspective, this holds some promise, as the notion of Europe claims a century-long identity formation, but history is not enough in itself; and the crime genre is, at the same time, also a noteworthy way to disclose some of the drawbacks and conflicts that such a banal, yet vivid shared identity may result in and come across.
|Titel||Researching transcultural identity I: production perspectives|
|Redaktører||Lynge Stegger Gemzøe, Kim Toft Hansen|
|Status||Udgivet - nov. 2020|
- Crime narratives
- transcultural identity
- production studies
- 1 Afsluttet
Hansen, K. T., Gemzøe, L. S., Landorff, L., Saunders, R. A. & Chow, P. S.
01/04/2018 → 31/10/2021
Projekter: Projekt › Forskning