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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 http://www.tbsjournal.com 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 http://www.glocalforum.org 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

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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. 
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 
http://www.tbsjournal.com
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 http://www.glocalforum.org
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


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