Document Type

Article

Publication Date

2003

Journal

Topia: Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies

Volume

10

First Page

1

Last Page

21

Abstract

This article applies the Innisian concept of media bias to contemporary U.S. foreign policy developments. The author argues that the common sense informing an emerging neo-imperialism has been profoundly influenced by Washington’s general neglect of time. Among others, consumption is assessed as a medium shaping such biases as well as contradictory policies related to the globalization project.


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