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Finding Books - Globalization, Transnationalism, etc.

Search with Subject Headings in the Library Catalogue

  1. Go to UTL LibrarySearch Advanced Search
  2. Enter any of the Subject Heading found below exactly as it appears in the Search Box 
  3. Choose Subject from the Search Filters drop-down menu on the left
  4. Press Enter or click on the Magnifying Glass icon

For additional information on subject headings in LibrarySearch, visit How can I use subject headings to improve my searching?

Subject Headings

  • Arts and globalization
  • Communication, International
  • Culture and globalization
  • Culture in motion pictures
  • Globalization cultural aspects (economic aspects, political aspects, religious aspects, social aspects, etc.)
  • globalization africa (Arab countries, China, etc.)
  • Globalization in motion pictures
  • Globalization moral and ethical aspects
  • Globalization philosophy
  • Identity (Psychology) in motion pictures
  • Imperialism in motion pictures
  • Intercultural communication in motion pictures
  • mass media and culture
  • Mass media and globalization
  • Motion picture industry Economic aspects Foreign countries
  • motion picture industry india (japan, china, etc.)
  • Motion pictures and globalization
  • Motion pictures and transnationalism
  • motion pictures japan (China, etc.) social aspects
  • Multiculturalism in motion pictures
  • National characteristics in motion pictures
  • Nationalism in motion pictures
  • Popular culture Asia


Finding Journal Articles - Globalization, Transnationalism, etc.

Interdisciplinary databases

Specific Journals

Miscellaneous - Globalization, Transnationalism, etc.


These lists of resources are curated on particular topics. You will need to look up the resources in UTL Catalogue, the Internet, or contact the Cinema Studies Librarian for help. 

  • Oxford Online Bibliography - Transnational and Diasporic Cinema
    • "..a carefully organized, thoroughly peer-reviewed account of the most important books, articles, and Web sites."
  • National Cinemas (U. California-Berkeley Libraries)
    • All UCB-Library bibliographies incl. books & articles on individual filmmakers and/or films.
    • These bibliographies have been archived and are accessed using the Wayback Machine

General (books, articles, dissertations, etc)