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The spreading of a mediocre civilization which is the absurd counterpart of . . elementary culture. Everywhere throughout the world, one ﬁnds the same bad movie, the same slot machines, the same plastic or aluminum atrocities, the same twisting of language by propaganda, etc. ’ Frampton, 1983, p. 16 However, the terms in which such a dualism could be conceived were being challenged even as Frampton wrote. The local could not be so easily located. A gradual shift in the literature shows the move from concerns over massive Americanisation (or ‘McDonaldisation’ as Ritzer (2000) puts it) toward empirical studies of the emergence of local–global hybrids, partial adoptions and reworkings of foreign forms in speciﬁc localities (Appadurai, 1996; Pieterse, 1993).
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