Author: Philip Lin (Communication and Media Research Institute University of Westminster, UK)
The globalization thesis today is often accompanied by a wide range of debates about global transformations. Other relevant issues, such as the structure of multinational/ transnational corporations, world politics and the international economic crisis are all central to these debates. Books about globalization are more likely to be written by mainstream political-economy analysts and social scientists. Fewer writings and references come from academics with a profound knowledge of theories of literature and philosophy. Combining both literary language and philosophical interpretations, Chang Hsiao-Hung's book Fake Globalization critically examines the globalization discourse in terms of its complex historical process and hybridity.
How to Cite: Lin, P. (2017) “Book Review: Hsiao-Hug Chang - Fake Globalisation. Taipei: Unitas Publishing, Taipei, 2007, ISBN: 978-957-522-724-1”, Westminster Papers in Communication and Culture. 7(1). doi: https://doi.org/10.16997/wpcc.198