Discuss the view that the media imperialism thesis cannot explain the complexities of media globalization.

Discuss the view that the media imperialism thesis cannot explain the complexities of media globalization.
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My major is Mass Communications(MA).The module of essay is Mass Communication Theory.And the deadline is 0.00 hours GMT 12th January 2016.So it is urgent and I want the essay is 100% original. My ideal score is 60+ (But not too high, the range of score is between 60~70.There is a list of reference which I will specially e-mail it to the writer.Thank you.

Key Reading
McQuail, D. (2010) McQuail’s Mass Communication Theory, 6th Edition, London: Sage. (Chapter 10.)
Morley, D. (2006). ‘Globalisation and Cultural Imperialism Reconsidered: Old Questions in New Guises’ in J. Curran and D. Morley (eds) Media and Cultural Theory, London: Routledge, pp: 30-43 (see also the next chapter by Lull, J. ‘The Push and Pull of Global Culture’, pp: 44-58.)

Supplementary Reading
Banerjee, I. (2002) ‘The Locals Strike Back? Media Globalization and Localization in the New Asian Television Landscape’, Gazette: The International Journal of Communication Studies, 64(6): 517-535.
Bennett, L.W. (2003) ‘Communicating Global Activism: Strengths and Vulnerabilities of Networked Politics’, Information, Communication & Society, 6(2): 143–68.
Chadha, K and Kavoori, A. (2010) ‘Beyond the Global/Local: Examining Contemporary Media Globalization Trends Across National Contexts’ in J. Curran (ed) Media and Society, London: Bloomsbury, pp: 210-229.
Chadwick, A. (2006) Internet Politics: States, Citizens, and New Communication Technologies, Oxford: Oxford University Press. (Chapters 9-10).
Hafez, K. (2007) The Myth of Media Globalisation, Cambridge: Polity.?Held, D and Koenig-Archibugi, M (eds) (2004) American Power in the 21st Century, Cambridge: Polity.
Robertson, R. (1995) ‘Glocalization: Time-Space and Homogeneity-Heterogeneity’, in Featherstone, M., Lash, S. and Robertson, R. (eds) Global Modernities, London: Sage, pp: 25-44.
Salwen, M. B. (1991) ‘Cultural Imperialism: A Media Effects Approach’, Critical Studies in Mass (now Media) Communication, 8(1): 29-38.
Sparks, C. (2007) Globalization, Development and the Mass Media, London: Sage. (Especially pp.85-104). Sreberny, A. (2000). ‘The Global and the Local in International Communications’, in J. Curran, J. and Gurevitch,
M. (eds) Mass Media and Society, 3rdedition, London: Arnold.?Thompson. J. (1995) The Media and Modernity – A Social Theory of the Media, Cambridge: Polity. (Chapters 5
and 6.)?
Thussu, D.K. (2000) International Communication, London: Arnold.
Tomlinson, J. (1999) Globalization and Culture, Oxford: Polity Press.
Tomlinson, J. (1992) Cultural Imperialism, Leicester: Pinter Press.