This text develops an approach to international political economy that focuses on culture. It examines Chilean communication scholarship as it developed under shifting political regimes and changing international political economic relations. The book explains the importance of agency and culture in the political processes of building and challenging transnational hegemony, emphasizing the role of intellectuals.
MATT DAVIES is Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science at Pennsylvania State University USA. Previously, he was a Visiting Professor at Wabash College. His research concerns focus on culture in the international political economy, with a regional focus on Latin America.