Culture and Customs in a Connected World

Culture and Customs in a Connected World

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Culture and Customs in a Connected World, explores how cultural connections across international boundaries increased following World War II. From radio and television to literature and journalism, culture and ideas linked humanity more than ever, even as the Cold War tore an ideological rift between superpowers. It also examines how, in the 1990s, after the Cold War ended, the Internet and other globalizing forces helped to create a “free marketplace of ideas” and helped multiculturalism flourish, even as American culture spread to more corners of the globe.

SKU: 9781682655023
Product ID: 11146

Description

From the series The Making of the Modern World: 1945 to the Present
Grade Range: 7th – 12th
Page Count: 64
Lexile Level: 1220L

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