Lili Hernandez hails from Mexico and is a Graduate Teaching Assistant in the School of Hispanic and Latin American Studies. She completed an MA in Cultural Studies at Nottingham. Her Ph.D research explores the cultural impact of the Internet in everyday life. Her areas of interest are: new communication technologies, globalisation, and patterns of affluence, poverty and inequality.


Publications:
Globalisation of Information Technologies and the Exclusion of Everyday Life: A Case for Latin America

The everyday lives of an important number of Latin Americans are excluded from the era of global networks and information technologies.

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