On living in a techno-globalised world: Questions of history and geography

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Morley, David G.;
  • Publisher: Lexington

The article surveys perspectives on technological change and globalisation which might be seen as ‘media-centric’ in respect of their assumptions about the extent to which media technologies themselves are necessarily the driving force of cultural and political change. ... View more
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