Theories of Identity and Culture in Globalization

Theories of - “A Small Place” Jamaica Kincaid “I was always being told I should be something and then my whole upbringing was something I was

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Theories of Identity and Culture in Globalization 14:35 Homogenization: Westernization Hybridization Resurgence of Particularisms Fundamentalisms Place-based/glocalization “culture sits in places” –Escobar, 2001
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Unformatted text preview: “A Small Place” Jamaica Kincaid “I was always being told I should be something, and then my whole upbringing was something I was not: it was English.” 14:35 14:35...
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