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A Contribution to Critical Globalization Studies

@inproceedings{Fuchs2009ACT,
  title={A Contribution to Critical Globalization Studies},
  author={Christian Fuchs},
  year={2009}
}
In recent years, the concepts of imperialism, global capitalism, and capitalist empire have become increasingly relevant to critical globalization studies. Within the context of this discourse, this paper explores whether contemporary society can be characterized as a new form of the Marxist notion of imperialism and as informational/media imperialism. In an attempt to answer this question, I employ Vladimir Lenin’s analysis of imperialism as it relates to contemporary capitalism. Paying… 
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