Globalization, Communications and Caribbean Identity
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Globalization, Communications and Caribbean Identity
By Hopeton S. Dunn
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Book Description

Table of Contents
  • CONTENTS
  • LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS
  • ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
  • FOREWORD
  • INTRODUCTION
  • PART ONE: Exploring the Central Issues
    • THE ECONOMICS OF GLOBALIZATION: IMPLICATIONS FOR COMMUNICATIONS AND THE SERVICE SECTOR
    • POLICY ISSUES IN COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY USE: CHALLENGES AND OPTIONS
    • CARIBBEAN CULTURES AND MASS COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY: RE-EXAMINING THE CULTURAL DEPENDENCY THESIS
  • PART TWO: Imported Media Content and Cultural Identity - Cases from the Caribbean and Canada
    • AMERICAN MEDIA IMPACT ON JAMAICAN YOUTH: THE CULTURAL DEPENDENCY THESIS
    • TELEVISION AND THE AMERICANIZATION OF THE TRINBAGONIAN YOUTH: A STUDY OF SIX SECONDARY SCHOOLS
    • LOITERING ON COLONIAL PREMISES AFTER CLOSING TIME: AN ANALYSIS OF TELEVISION PROGRAMMING POLICY IN BARBADOS
    • BROADCASTING AND THE STRUGGLE FOR CULTURAL AUTONOMY IN CANADA
  • PART THREE: Globalisation and Telecommunications
    • A ONE-WAY STREET JUST OFF THE GLOBAL DIGITAL SUPERHIGHWAY: DEBATING MONOPOLY CONTROL AND POLICY-MAKING IN CARIBBEAN TELECOMMUNICATIONS
    • TELECOMMUNICATIONS RESTRUCTURING AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF EXPORT INFORMATION PROCESSING SERVICES IN JAMAICA
    • CUBAN TELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS: CONFRONTED BY GLOBAL POLITICAL AND TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE
  • PART FOUR: REGULATORY AND ETHICAL IMPLICATIONS
    • STATE POLICY, GLOBAL TRENDS AND REGULATION IN BROADCASTING: THE CASE OF JAMAICA
    • COMMUNICATIONS ETHICS ANDTHE NEW GLOBAL ORDER
  • NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS
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