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Cosmopolitan Communications: Cultural Diversity in a Globalized World

@inproceedings{Norris2009CosmopolitanCC,
  title={Cosmopolitan Communications: Cultural Diversity in a Globalized World},
  author={Pippa Norris and Ronald F. Inglehart},
  year={2009}
}
Introduction: 1. Is cultural diversity under threat? 2. Theoretical framework Part I. Firewalls: 3. Markets 4. Poverty 5. Classifying societies Part II. Consequences: 6. Citizens: nation and cosmopolitan identities 7. Consumers: economic values 8. Morality: traditional values, gender equality, and sexuality 9. Activists: support for democracy, self-expression values, and human rights Part III. Conclusions: 10. Cultural convergence over time? 11. The implications for cultural policies Technical… Expand
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