How "American" is the Internet?
The Internet, created in the United States, was at first dominated by "American culture." Critics said this created a global cultural hegemony. Is this still the case?
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International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society, Volume 2, Issue 2, pp.59-66.
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William Marling has published five academic books and over 50 articles. His new book is "How 'American' is Globalization?" (Johns Hopkins U.P. 2006). He also wrote about American media and technology in "The American Roman Noir" (U. Georgia P, 1995, 1998). He has been a Fulbright Professor in Austria and Spain, Distinguished Foreign Professor in France, and held the Drake Chair in American Studies at Kobe College in Japan.
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