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The Chinese-Korean Co-Production Pact: Collaborative Encounters And The Accelerating Expansion Of Chinese Cinema, Brian Yecies Jan 2016

The Chinese-Korean Co-Production Pact: Collaborative Encounters And The Accelerating Expansion Of Chinese Cinema, Brian Yecies

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Official film co-production treaties are designed by policymakers to stimulate a range of collaboration and media flows as determinants of country rankings. China, where , technology transfer, and joint funding initiatives in the industry. Since July 2004, the Chinese government has used this top-down approach to cultural diplomacy as a symbolic tool for advancing Chinese cinema and opening the domestic market to a host of willing international partners. Korean filmmakers in particular have exploited the (often informal) opportunities presented, engaging in vigorous cooperation between film industry firms and practitioners is making significant inroads, is one such case, having fallen outside of ...


Chinese Transnational Cinema And The Collaborative Tilt Toward South Korea, Brian Yecies Jan 2016

Chinese Transnational Cinema And The Collaborative Tilt Toward South Korea, Brian Yecies

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To shed light on the important and growing trend in international filmmaking, this chapter investigates the increasing levels of co-operation in co-productions and post-production work between China and Korea since the mid-2000s, following a surge in personnel exchange and technological transfer. It explains how a range of international relationships and industry connections is contributing to a new ecology of expertise, which in turn is boosting the expansion of China’s domestic market and synergistically transforming the shape and style of Chinese cinema.


Collaborative Creation Of Spoken Language Corpora, Michael Haugh, Wei-Lin Melody Chang Jan 2013

Collaborative Creation Of Spoken Language Corpora, Michael Haugh, Wei-Lin Melody Chang

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Analysing authentic interactions at progressively greater levels of complexity is one means of promoting deeper engagement with pragmatic phenomena amongst L2 learners. However, effective analysis often requires a greater amount of data than learners can feasibly gather. It is proposed here that encouraging students to collaborate through the creation of a corpus of spoken interactions is one potentially effective way to help them engage with a much richer set of interactional data than they might normally encounter. Here we report on a corpus created through “crowdsourcing” the collection and transcription of recordings of spoken interactions, the Griffith Corpus of Spoken ...


A Cappella And Diva: A Collaborative Process For Individual Academic Writing, Wendy Beck, Kerry Dunne, Josie Fisher, Jane O'Sullivan, Alison Sheridan Jan 2006

A Cappella And Diva: A Collaborative Process For Individual Academic Writing, Wendy Beck, Kerry Dunne, Josie Fisher, Jane O'Sullivan, Alison Sheridan

Faculty of Law, Humanities and the Arts - Papers

Picture this: Five academic women are sitting at a round table in an elegant nineteenth century room located in a rural landscape in regional NSW. Sometimes with coffee, sometimes over lunch, the conversation ranges broadly across the spectrum of the personal, policy and university politics. Having traversed the terrain in which they work-workload, juggling the responsibilities that traditionally fall to women-the talk comes round to the business of the day: writing for publication. Here is how a typical meeting unfolds: they provide updates on their research successes, and then proceed to the discussion and critical response to a current piece ...