Chomsky and Globalisation (Paperback)

Jeremy Fox

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Naom Chomsky, the ‘Einstein of modern linguistics’, is equally well-known as an uncompromising political dissident and social critic. His position is an unusual one, viewing the spread of a single global culture-achieved through the global flow of information products and images – as resulting in form of cultural, imperialism from which only the Western World can truly benefit.

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ISBN: 9781840462371

Price: GBP 4.99, USD 7.95, CAD 9.99

Pages: 80

Publication date: 05-03-2001


Series: Postmodern Encounters

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