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Using big cultural data to understand diversity and reciprocity in the global flow of contemporary cinema

Arrowsmith, Colin, Coate, Bronwyn, Palmer, Stuart and Verhoeven, Deb 2016, Using big cultural data to understand diversity and reciprocity in the global flow of contemporary cinema, in Proceedings of the international symposium on the measurement of digital cultural products, UNESCO Institute for Statistics, Montreal, Canada, pp. 141-151.

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Title Using big cultural data to understand diversity and reciprocity in the global flow of contemporary cinema
Author(s) Arrowsmith, Colin
Coate, Bronwyn
Palmer, StuartORCID iD for Palmer, Stuart orcid.org/0000-0002-2517-0597
Verhoeven, DebORCID iD for Verhoeven, Deb orcid.org/0000-0003-3680-3561
Conference name Measurement of Digital Cultural Products. International Symposium (2016 : Montreal, Canada)
Conference location Montreal, Canada
Conference dates 9-11 May 2016
Title of proceedings Proceedings of the international symposium on the measurement of digital cultural products
Publication date 2016
Start page 141
End page 151
Total pages 11
Publisher UNESCO Institute for Statistics
Place of publication Montreal, Canada
Keyword(s) big cultural data
cinema
film screenings
dyadic relationships
relational geographies
network analysis
Summary The paper explores the relationships between countries in the exchange of movies and measures the reciprocal nature of these relationships. This investigation represents an innovative way to explore international exchanges of digital cinema analysed at the national level. Rather than focus on the market dominance of particular cinemas (e.g. the US or Indian cinemas) we examine the relative strength of two-way relationships in order to understand cultural reciprocity. The dynamics of shared cultural exchange are explored in terms of the volume of transactions between cinema nations expressed in the form of dyadic networks which is contrasted with raw transfers between nations to present a different and more nuanced level of understanding.
Notes The author order presented on this paper has been listed alphabetically by the publisher. The original submission listed authors in the following order: Coate, B., Verhoeven, D., Palmer, S. and Arrowsmith, C.
ISBN 9789291892105
Language eng
Field of Research 190201 Cinema Studies
140299 Applied Economics not elsewhere classified
Socio Economic Objective 950204 The Media
HERDC Research category E1 Full written paper - refereed
ERA Research output type E Conference publication
Copyright notice ©2016, UNESCO Institute for Statistics
Free to Read? Yes
Use Rights Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike licence
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30091474

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