This article introduces the special issue and argues that the contributions in it lead us to think more deeply about the need for endogenous rather than exogenous approaches to information and communications technologies (ICTs) in our analysis of globalisation, communications and political
action. The argument covers three areas: globalisation virtual and material processes; communications as integral to politics; political action and new virtual forms.
University of Leicester, UK. 2:
University of California, Riverside, USA.
Publication date: January 24, 2008
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The International Journal of Media and Cultural Politics is committed to analyzing the politics of communication(s) and cultural processes. It addresses cultural politics in their local, international and global dimensions, recognizing equally the importance of issues defined by their specific cultural geography and those that traverse cultures and nations.