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The Global Village Critics of globalization charge that the phenomenon of globalization, especially seen through pop culture, is perpetrating a kind of cultural genocide on the world—that the largest, most dominant cultures are becoming larger and more dominant at the expense of many others.
Global village definition, the world, especially considered as the home of all nations and peoples living interdependently. See more.
The term global village is closely associated with Herbert Marshall McLuhan, the Canadian communications theorist and literature professor hailed by many as a prophet for the 20th century. McLuhan’s mantra, “the medium is the message,” summarized his view of the influence of television, computers, and other electronic information sources …
Extending the visionary early work of the late Marshall McLuhan, The Global Village, one of his last collaborative efforts, applies that vision to today’s worldwide, integrated electronic network. When McLuhan’s groundbreaking Understanding Media was published in 1964, the media as we know it today did not exist.
Marshall McLuhan predicted the global village, one world interconnected by an electronic nervous system, making it part of our popular culture before it actually happened. Marshall McLuhan was the first person to popularize the concept of a …
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When McLuhan presented his idea of a “global village” however, his concept raised several distinct social problems. As June Johnson, author of Global Issues, Local Arguments, states, “The idea of the world’s cultures drawn together in a global village raises questions about equal representation, reciprocal sharing, enriched diversity, and …