When the Global Compass Points West: How Macrohegemonic Machinery is Overpowering Multiculturalism in the Information Age
Theorists have relied upon Raymond Williams' extension of Gramsci's concept of "hegemonic culture." What happens when the lines separating multiple `states' and their `cultures' blur?
International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 3.
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Charles E. Gannon is Associate Professor of English at St. Bonaventure University. As a Fulbright Fellow, he concentrated his work upon fiction, technology, and political influence; this was the culmination of the diverse research he pursued while a Fellow at various institutions, including Syracuse University (M.S.), Temple University, Fordham University (M.A./PhD), and Liverpool University. Prior to his academic career, he worked eight years as a scriptwriter and producer in New York City, where his credits included programs for the United Nations, the World Health Organization, and The President's Council on Physical Fitness. His publications include numerous works of fiction and poetry.
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