Hacia una Autonom¿a Cultural en las Comunicaciones Mundiales

CJ Hamelink

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This book proposes the notion of cultural synchronization for the analysis of current global communications. This notion refers to the process that poses a fundamental threat to the autonomy and diversity of cultures. The book presents an analysis of the success and failure of national and international attempts to resist cultural synchronization. The debate on the new international information order which is documented and analysed. The need to design and implement national information policies is elaborated. A plea is made for cultural dissociation.
Original languageUndefined/Unknown
Place of PublicationBuenos Aires
Publication statusPublished - 1986

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