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Globalization, Communications and Caribbean Identity

Dunn, Hopeton S. Edited By

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ISBN 10: 9768100435 / ISBN 13: 9789768100436
Published by Ian Randle Publishers, Ltd., Kingston, Jamaica, 1995
Condition: Very Good+++ Soft cover
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foreword by Hopeton S. Dunn. xvii. 228pp. Pictorial Soft cover with title on spine and front cover. INSCRIBED BY AUTHOR: "To D. Fr: Hopeton "In common Council" H. D. '95.". Bookseller Inventory # 009965

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Title: Globalization, Communications and Caribbean ...

Publisher: Ian Randle Publishers, Ltd., Kingston, Jamaica

Publication Date: 1995

Binding: Soft Cover

Book Condition:Very Good+++

Signed: Inscribed By Author

Edition: First Edition

Book Type: Soft Cover

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New technological innovations in the sphere of media and communication have dramatically transformed the nature of international interactions. The Commonwealth Caribbean region, in common with most underdeveloped territories of the world, is on the receiving end of much of these innovations designed to meet the needs of the industrialized north. Some of these technologies, global in their very nature and social implications, can offer important opportunities to address productivity and communications need. At the same time these technologies can place the region at a disadvantage particularly when as recipients these societies become uncritical hosts or fail to ensure an independent understanding of the social and policy implications of the innovations. This volume explores the economic, social, political and cultural implications of the new technologies especially as they relates to the Caribbean are. The editor uses an interdisciplinary approach to reflect the extensive reach of the new technologies into all sectors of the global economy and society. Discussion of the central issues of globalization and communications technology is supplemented by case studies from Barbados, Canada, Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago on the impact of imported media content and cultural identity.

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