The big picture
The ‘metropole’ and peripheral ‘others’
in The cultural politics of contemporary Hollywood film
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In this last Part of the book we turn to global agendas. Chapter 12 reflects on the current state of the filmic ‘metropole’ and specifically Hollywood’s cultural politics in the context of its global reach and impact. We ask, in this chapter, whether cultural globalisation is a matter for concern.

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