The arguments editors and contributors do present ... are often forceful and compelling and warrrant our close attention, especially when speaking to the need for forward-looking policy.
Finally, an intelligent, lucid, and readable treatment of an issue that is emerging as one of the underlying challenges of globalization. While we usually see the new globalization in the context of finance, democratization, and human security, this vitally important book zeroes in on culture and society. We are given a whole new perspective that reverses the usual order of things: society and culture are at the dynamic centre of this work -- not the economy.
1. Street Protests and Fantasy Parks / David R. Cameron andJanice Gross Stein
2. The Global Entertainment Economy / John Hannigan
3. Transnationalism, Diasporic Communities, and Changing Identity:Implications for Canadian Citizenship Policy / Lloyd L.Wong
4. Civil Society Activism on the World Wide Web: The Case of theAnti-MAI Lobby / Ronald J. Deibert
5. Communication and Globalization: A Challenge for Public Policy /Marc Raboy
6. The State As Place amid Shifting Spaces / David R. Cameronand Janice Gross Stein
Appendix A: Posting to the MAI-NOT Listserv
Appendix B: Global Communication Policy Environment
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