Beyond Cultural Imperialism: Globalization, Communication and the New International Order - Communication and Human Values series by Peter Golding
Beyond the concepts of cultural imperialism, this book increases our understanding of the effects of global media culture and policy in the 1990s. Senior scientists from a range of fields…
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Beyond the concepts of culturalimperialism, this book increases our understanding of the effects of global media culture and policy in the 1990s. Senior scientists from a range of fields bring different perspectives to influence the role of the state, the scope of culture outside the media, the contribution of international organizations, the possibility of resistance and alternatives.
It reflects the "new international system of international communications" as defined since the 1970s, and examines its changing nature. It links the analysis of flows and forces that make up the global media and communications with the core themes of social science, and highlights the ways in which basic questions of inequality, power and control in new media environments are presented..
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