Culture and Global Change presents a comprehensive introduction to the cultural aspects of third world development. It contains 25 chapters from leading writers in the field who each explore a particular aspect of 'culture' and the significance and meaning of cultural issues for different people in throughout the contemporary world. With chapters dealing with the importance of 'Third World' cultures but also with changes in Russia, Japan, the USA and the UK, this book considers the relationship between culture and development within a truly global context.
"An excellent introduction to Globalisation" Kenneth Jones, Queen Margaret College
'This book is crucial in bringing arguments from other disciplines to a development studies audienceI would have no hesitation in recommending this title as an undergraduate text book for students on courses with a development studies, cultural studies or globalisation focus.' - Dan Knox, Progress in Development Studies 2(2)