By John Stuart Mill
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The Reagan administration called on UNESCO to stop its efforts to “control press freedom,’’ and then assistant secretary of state Elliot Abrams counseled UNESCO to look for a solution to world communication problems in the First Amendment of the Constitution of the United States (Kleinwachter, 1994). S. S. government policy, epitomized in a New York Times editorial that some considered the ﬁrst public call for withdrawal from UNESCO. “If it turns out to be impossible to reject this attempt to tamper with our basic principles,’’ the New York Times wrote, “there is always the alternative of rejecting UNESCO itself’’ (quoted in Gerbner, 1994, p.
With the world’s largest population, a strong economic growth rate, a nuclear arsenal, and a permanent seat on the UN Security Council, China is a great power en route to superpower status. With Latin America’s largest economy and dominant military forces, a population close to 175 million, and a thriving creative tradition of television drama, Brazil is an emerging giant. The cases of China and Brazil offer a corrective to the broad brush of the cultural imperialism thesis, but their main contribution is to stimulate new theoretical debates.
Fejes advocated research on the national aspects of domination, and a historical perspective on the “extremely complex interrelationships’’ (p. 286) between mass media and dominance. He also called for expanding cultural imperialism research from Scenarios of Global Culture 27 the mass media to other areas, such as professional training and information data transfers. Most relevant to this book, Fejes argued for the necessity of a sophisticated understanding of the concept of culture. He thus encapsulated a major weakness of the thesis under critique: [A] great deal of the concern over media imperialism is motivated by a fear .