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Monday, April 7 • 11:30am - 12:45pm
Broadcasting Identity Through Music

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This panel presents three different perspectives on the implicit and explicit uses of broadcast music to shape identity. The first is a historical study of efforts to break German morale through broadcasts of sad music during World War II. The second investigates the disparity of gender in current music radio formats. The last is a study of how Korean pop music promotes Asian popular culture.
Moderator: Michael Huntsberger, Linfield College
Panelists: Juoak Jade Kim, Temple University; Branding Korean Pop: Cultural Hybridity and the Construction of Asian Identity
David Crider, Temple University; Missing the Target? A Breakdown of Gender in Music Radio Formats
Jennifer Billinson, Christopher Newport University; Sad Songs Sink Ships: Marlene Dietrich, the MUZAK Project, and the Geopolitics of Combat in the Air(waves)

Monday April 7, 2014 11:30am - 12:45pm
Conference Room 5/6

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