Cultural Imperialism and the Global South

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  • Vivek Mohan Dubey Jayoti Vidyapeeth Women University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54945/jjia.v1i6.57

Abstract

This essay addresses the issue of Cultural Imperialism and the National Identities of the countries of the Global South. The binarism in which both of them are portrayed is the main focus of this essay. It tries to conclusively demonstrate the untenability of the same binarism by highlighting the various local worlds that empirically exist in the contemporary world. The overlap of many complex social processes and concepts have been unravelled to refute the popular and faulty understanding of the current human condition that cries out for better explication.

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Author Biography

Vivek Mohan Dubey, Jayoti Vidyapeeth Women University

Vivek Mohan Dubey has been Assistant Professor in Jayoti Vidyapeeth Women University, Jaipur and Amity University, Noida. Prior to moving to academia, he held positions in the National Commission for Women, Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses (MP-IDSA) and Indian Council of World Affairs (ICWA). He holds a doctorate from the School of International Studies at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi

Cultural Imperialism and the Global South

Published

2022-06-01

How to Cite

Dubey, V. M. (2022). Cultural Imperialism and the Global South. Jindal Journal of International Affairs, 10(1), 36–50. https://doi.org/10.54945/jjia.v1i6.57

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