Responses from ‘the margins’
in The cultural politics of contemporary Hollywood film
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In this concluding chapter we interrogate Hollywood’s global dominance in more detail. The chapter examines competing views on whether this domination might be celebrated, condemned, or more equivocally assessed in order to consider questions of film policy and issues related to cultural and political diversity. This provides an opportunity to summarise and assess Hollywood’s cultural politics in the light of responses from other locations and perspectives.

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