Southern California and the World
Eric J. Heikkila, Rafael Pizarro-O'Byrne
Bloomsbury Academic, 2002 M10 30 - 227 pages
As underscored by the emergence of the Los Angeles school of contemporary urban studies, the Southern California experience—its popular culture, politics, economics, spatial structure, ethnic diversity, technologies, and lifestyles—has an impact and relevance well beyond it own immediate geographic setting. This book explores the parallel and interlinked constructions of identities, imaginations, and activities in and between Southern California and the world beyond. In particular, the volume shows how the local and global are interfused with one another, making it evident that the connections involve more than a process of globalization.
Globalization Digitalization and Hollywood
Hollywood and the Film Market
Making the Most of Southern Californias Global Engagement
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