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Theorizing Cultural Development vis-à-vis Cultural Imperialism Theory: Lessons from Nigeria
Unformatted Document Text:  Theorizing Cultural Development vis-à-vis Cultural Imperialism Theory: Lessons from Nigeria Uche, L. (ed.) (1996). North-South information culture: trends in global communication and research paradigm. Lagos: Longman. UNESCO. (1994). World decade for cultural development 1988- 1997. World Decade Secretariat. CLT.DEC/PRO-94/01. UNESCO. (1998). Intergovernmental conference on cultural policies for development. UNESCO, CLT- 98/Conf.210/5. Stockholm, Sweden, 30 March - 2 April, 1998. Vilanilam, J.V. (2005). Mass communication in india-a sociological perspective. New Delhi: Sage Publications. Wang, G. (1996). Beyond media globalization: a look at cultural integrity from a policy perspective. paper presented at the seminar on telecommunications policies in Western Europe and Southeast Asia: Cultural and Historical Perspectives, 29 August, Bruges, Belgium. White, L. (2001). Reconsidering cultural imperialism theory. Retrieved on June 28 th 2008 from Wilson 111, E.J. (1998). Globalization, information technology, and conflict in the 2nd and 3rd worlds. Retrieved 5th July 2005 from http://www.rockfellerfoundation/globalization Yashar, M. (1999). Globalization. Retrieved 20 th June 2007 from Zwizwai, B. M. (1999). Science and technology in the era of globalization: implications for human development in Zimbabwe. A working paper for the Zimbabwe Human Development Report - 1999. 25 | P a g e

Authors: Ekeanyanwu, Nnamdi.
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Theorizing Cultural Development vis-à-vis Cultural Imperialism Theory: Lessons from Nigeria
Uche, L. (ed.) (1996). North-South information culture: trends in global communication and 
research paradigm. Lagos: Longman.
UNESCO. (1994). World decade for cultural development 1988- 1997. World Decade Secretariat. 
UNESCO. (1998). Intergovernmental conference on cultural policies for development. UNESCO, 
CLT- 98/Conf.210/5. Stockholm, Sweden, 30 March - 2 April, 1998.
Vilanilam, J.V. (2005). Mass communication in india-a sociological perspective. New Delhi: Sage 
Wang, G. (1996). Beyond media globalization: a look at cultural integrity from a policy perspective. 
paper presented at the seminar on telecommunications policies in Western Europe and 
Southeast Asia: Cultural and Historical Perspectives, 29 August, Bruges, Belgium.
White, L. (2001). Reconsidering cultural imperialism theory. Retrieved on June 28
 2008 from
Wilson 111, E.J. (1998). Globalization, information technology, and conflict in the 2nd and 3rd 
worlds. Retrieved 5th July 2005 from http://www.rockfellerfoundation/globalization
Yashar, M. (1999). Globalization. Retrieved 20
 June 2007 from
Zwizwai, B. M. (1999). Science and technology in the era of globalization: implications for human 
development in Zimbabwe. A working paper for the Zimbabwe Human Development Report - 
25 | 
P a g e

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