BIBLIOGRAPHY

A Select Bibliography on Cultural Imperialism (in progress)
Prepared by Maximilian C. Forte
Dept. of Sociology & Anthropology
Concordia University
2015

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  1. Alojamiento, Sheilfa B. (2005). “Deradicalization and the Defeat of the Feminist Movement: The Case of the Philippines”. In Bernd Hamm & Russell Smandych (Eds.), Cultural Imperialism: Essays on the Political Economy of Cultural Domination (pp. 211–218). Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
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  1. Banerjee, Indrajit. (2002). “The Locals Strike Back? Media Globalization and Localization in the New Asian Television Landscape”. International Communication Gazette, 64(6), 517–535.
  1. Barker, Chris J. (1997). Global Television: An Introduction. Oxford: Blackwell.
  1. Baron, Robert. (2003). “Amalgams and Mosaics, Syncretisms and Reinterpretations: Reading Herskovits and Contemporary Creolists for Metaphors of Creolization”. The Journal of American Folklore, 116(459), 88–115.
  1. Beck, Ulrich; Sznaider, Natan; & Winter, Rainer (Eds.). (2003). Global America? The Cultural Consequences of Globalization. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press.
  1. Bishop, Alan J. (1990). “Western Mathematics: The Secret Weapon of Cultural Imperialism”. Race & Class, 32(2), 51–65.
  1. Bourdieu, Pierre, & Wacquant, Loic. (1999). “On the Cunning of Imperialist Reason”. Theory, Culture & Society, 16(1), 41–58.
  1. Burrowes, Carl Patrick. (1992). “Twenty Years of Cultural Imperialism Research: Some Conceptual and Methodological Problems”. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Communication Association (42nd, Miami, FL, May 20-25, 1992).
  1. Carpenter, Edmund. (1972). Oh, What a Blow That Phantom Gave Me! New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston.
  1. Chalaby, Jean K. (2006). “American Cultural Primacy in a New Media Order: A European Perspective”. International Communication Gazette, 68(1), 33–51.
  1. Chang, Tsan-Kuo. (1998). “All Countries Not Created Equal to Be News: World System and International Communication”. Communication Research, 25(5), 528–563.
  1. Chertoff, Michael. (2008). “Preventing Terrorism: A Case for Soft Power”. Harvard International Review, 30(2), 14+.
  1. Christian, W. T. (1989). Cultural Transfer or Electronic Imperialism?: The Impact of American Television Programs on European Television. Heidelberg: C. Winter.
  1. Christophers, Brett. “Ships in the Night: Journeys in Cultural Imperialism and Postcolonialism”. International Journal of Cultural Studies, 10(3), 283–302.
  1. Classen, Elvira. (2005). “Media Transmitted Values Transfer: The US at ‘War against Terrorism’ and Its Implications for the Information Society”. In Bernd Hamm & Russell Smandych (Eds.), Cultural Imperialism: Essays on the Political Economy of Cultural Domination (pp. 136–146). Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
  1. Cooper, Laura E., & Cooper, Lee. (1993). “The Pendulum of Cultural Imperialism: Popular Music Interchanges Between the United States and Britain, 1943–1967”. The Journal of Popular Culture, 27(3) 61–78.
  1. Crabtree, Robbin D., & Malhotra, Sheena. (2000). “A Case Study of Commercial Television in India: Assessing the Organizational Mechanisms of Cultural Imperialism”. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 44(3), 364-385.
  1. Craig, Alexander. (1976). “The Media and Foreign Policy”. International Journal, 31(2), 319–336.
  1. Creehan, Sean; & Rahman, Sabeel. (2003). “The Power of Persuasion: Dual Components of US Leadership. (Perspectives on the United States)”. Harvard International Review, 24(4), 46+.
  1. Cromwell, Adelaide M. (1987). “The Fulbright Program in Africa, 1946 to 1986”. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 491, 92–103.
  1. Crothers, Lane. (2009). Globalization and American Popular Culture. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield.
  1. Demont-Heinrich, Christof. (2008). “The Death of Cultural Imperialism — and Power Too? A Critical Analysis of American Prestige Press Representations of the Hegemony of English”. International Communication Gazette, 70(5), 378–394.
  1. Demont-Heinrich, Christof. (2011). “Cultural Imperialism versus Globalization of Culture: Riding the Structure-Agency Dialectic in Global Communication and Media Studies”. Sociology Compass, 5(8), 666–678.
  1. Dieter, Hermann H. (2005). “Protection of the World’s Linguistic and Ecological Diversity: Two Sides of the Same Coin”. In Bernd Hamm & Russell Smandych (Eds.), Cultural Imperialism: Essays on the Political Economy of Cultural Domination (pp. 233–243). Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
  1. Dohrenwend, Bruce P., & Smith, Robert J. (1962). “Toward a Theory of Acculturation”. Southwestern Journal of Anthropology, 18(1), 30–39.
  1. Domosh, Mona. (2004). “Selling Civilization: Toward a Cultural Analysis of America’s Economic Empire in the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries”. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 29(4), 453–467.
  1. Dorfman, Ariel, & Mattelart, Armand. (1971). How to Read Donald Duck: Imperialist Ideology in the Disney Comic. New York: I.G. Editions, Inc.
  1. Dorfman, Ariel. (1996). The Emperor’s Old Clothes: What the Lone Ranger, Babar, and Other Innocent Heroes Do to Our Mind. Boston: Penguin.
  1. Emmison, Michael. (1997). “Transformations of Taste: Americanisation, Generational Change and Australian Cultural Consumption”. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Sociology, 33(3), 322–343.
  1. Falicov, Tamara L. (2012). “Hollywood’s Presence in Latin America”. The International Encyclopedia of Media Studies (Volume II: Media Production), 1–22.
  1. Fejes, Fred. (1981). “Media Imperialism: An Assessment”. Media Culture, 3(3), 281–289.
  1. Fuchs, Christian. (2010). “New Imperialism: Information and Media Imperialism?” Global Media and Communication, 6(1), 33–60.
  1. Fulbright, J. William. (1961). “The First Fifteen Years of the Fulbright Program”. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 335, 21–27.
  1. Galeota, Julia. (2004). “Cultural Imperialism: An American Tradition”. The Humanist, May-June, 22+.
  1. Galtung, Johan. (1971). “A Structural Theory of Imperialism”. Journal of Peace Research, 8(2), 81–117.
  1. Germann, Christophe. (2005). “Content Industries and Cultural Diversity: The Case of Motion Pictures”. In Bernd Hamm & Russell Smandych (Eds.), Cultural Imperialism: Essays on the Political Economy of Cultural Domination (pp. 93–113). Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
  1. Gittinger, Juli L. (2014). “Is There Such a Thing as ‘Cyberimperialism?’” Continuum: Journal of Media & Cultural Studies, 28(4), 509–519.
  1. Goldstein, Cora Sol. (2005). “Before the CIA: American Actions in the German Fine Arts (1946–1949)”. Diplomatic History, 29(5), 747–778.
  1. Goonatilake, Susantha. (2005). “Cultural Imperialism: A Short History, Future, and a Postscript from the Present”. In Bernd Hamm & Russell Smandych (Eds.), Cultural Imperialism: Essays on the Political Economy of Cultural Domination (pp. 33–51). Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
  1. Greeson, Larry E. (1991). “Cultural Ethnocentrism and Imperialism in Citations of American and Scandinavian Psychological Research”. International Journal of Psychology, 26(2), 262–268.
  1. Gregg, Benjamin. (2010). “Anti-Imperialism: Generating Universal Human Rights out of Local Norms”. Ratio Juris, 23(3), 289–310.
  1. Hamm, Bernd. (2005a). “Cultural Imperialism: The Political Economy of Cultural Domination”. In Bernd Hamm & Russell Smandych (Eds.), Cultural Imperialism: Essays on the Political Economy of Cultural Domination (pp. 18–30). Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
  1. Hamm, Bernd. (2005b). “Cynical Science: Science and Truth as Cultural Imperialism”. In Bernd Hamm & Russell Smandych (Eds.), Cultural Imperialism: Essays on the Political Economy of Cultural Domination (pp. 60–76). Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
  1. Herskovits, Melville J. (1937). “The Significance of the Study of Acculturation for Anthropology”. American Anthropologist, 39(2), 259–264.
  1. Ilchman, Warren F., & Ilchman, Alice Stone. (1987). “Academic Exchange and the Founding of New Universities”. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 491, 48–62.
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  1. Jin, Dal Yong. (2012). “A Critical Analysis of Cultural Imperialism”. The International Encyclopedia of Media Studies (Volume II: Media Production), 1–14.
  1. Kulick, Don, & Willson, Margaret. (1994). “Rambo’s Wife Saves the Day: Subjugating the Gaze and Subverting the Narrative in a Papua New Guinean Swamp”. Visual Anthropology Review, 10(2): 1–13.
  1. Land, Mitchell. (1992). “Ivoirien Television, Willing Vector of Cultural Imperialism”. Howard Journal of Communications, 4(1-2), 10–27.
  1. Lanternari, Vittorio. (1974). “Nativistic and Socio-Religious Movements: A Reconsideration”. Comparative Studies in Society and History, 16(4), 483–503.
  1. Lee, Paul Siu-Nam. (1988). “Communication Imperialism and Dependency: A Conceptual Clarification”. International Communication Gazette, 41(2), 69–83.
  1. Linton, Ralph, & Hallowell, A. Irving. (1943). “Nativistic Movements”. American Anthropologist, 45(2), 230–240.
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  1. Manoochehri, Abbas. (2005). “Enrique Dussel and Ali Shari’ati on Cultural Imperialism”. In Bernd Hamm & Russell Smandych (Eds.), Cultural Imperialism: Essays on the Political Economy of Cultural Domination (pp. 290–300). Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
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  1. Mattei, Ugo. (2003). “A Theory of Imperial Law: A Study on U.S. Hegemony and the Latin Resistance”. Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies, 10(1), 383–448.
  1. Mattelart, Armand. (1973). “Modern Communication Technologies and New Facets of Cultural Imperialism”. Instant Research on Peace and Violence, 3(1), 9–26.
  1. Mattelart, Armand. (1976). “Cultural Imperialism in the Multinationals’ Age”. Instant Research on Peace and Violence, 6(4), 160–174.
  1. Mattelart, Armand. (1978). “The Nature of Communications Practice in a Dependent Society”. Latin American Perspectives, 5(1), 13–34.
  1. Matusitz, Jonathan. (2014). “Grobalization: An Analysis of the Wal-Martization of the World”. Journal of International Food & Agribusiness Marketing, 26(4), 298–315.
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  1. McBride, Anne E. (2005). “Have Your Coke and Eat It Too: What Cooking with Coca-Cola Says about Cultural Imperialism”. Gastronomica, 5(1), 80–87.
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