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Global Cultural Policies and Power

  • J. P. Singh
Part of the International Political Economy Series book series (IPES)

Abstract

Representations shape and change identity. The cavemen in Plato’s parables and the schoolgirl Tambu’s female relatives mentioned above find their identities—and thoughts and actions thereof—shaped and constrained by such representations. The symbiotic relationship between changes in identity and the circulation of creative representations seems obvious here. Dangarembga’s cultural representations also evoke the culture of everyday life for the women of colonial Rhodesia.

Keywords

Cultural Identity Cultural Politics Cultural Production Uruguay Round Cultural Industry 
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© J. P. Singh 2010

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