Globalization, Communications, and Caribbean Identity

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Hopeton S. Dunn
St. Martin's Press, 1995 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 228 pages
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This volume explores the economic, social, political and cultural implications of the new technologies especially as they relate to the Caribbean area. The editor uses an interdisciplinary approach to reflect the extensive reach of the new technologies into all sectors of the global economy and society.

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This book focuses is very helpful if you are looking for information on media imperialism and cultural imperialism in the Caribbean, among other media-related issues being faced in the Caribbean.

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