World systems imply transnational operations and negotiations that encourage the spread and interchange of images, ideas, and capital across and throughout a vast but differentiated cultural geography. Global notions, however, like blockbuster films, have nothing to negotiate; they expect to saturate every place in an undifferentiated manner: "Google" is an example of such a concept and global enterprise; whereas "animé" today constitutes a world phenomenon, as does, by definition, "world music".
ANDREW, D.: "Time zones and jet lag. The flows and the phases of World cinema" en DUROVICOVÁ, N., NEWMAN, K.: World cinemas, transnational perspectives. Nova Iorque: Routledge, 2007, p.
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