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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Americanization

In countries outside the United States of America, Americanization or Americanisation, is the influence American culture and business have on other countries, such as their media, cuisine, business practices, popular culture, technology or political techniques. The term has been used since at least 1907.

www.brookings.edu/blog/brookings-now/2014/01/23/what...

… if you read through this [briefing book] thematically, what really jumps out at you is the absence of American leverage in so many conflicts around the world.

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Through immigration, the American experience is shared globally. Not every immigrant story is a happy one, but clearly enough positive news about America gets told so that American society is a model for the world. Through culture, education and diplomatic outreach programmes, the US still influences ‘the street’ globally

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The full list of the US News Most Influential Countries ranking. ... is a North American nation that is the world’s most dominant economic and military power. ... overstate the influence France ...

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America’s political and military influence might decline – but its culture remains a global point of reference. Hollywood came before the US Army set foot on foreign shores, and it will remain long after military bases have been relocated. Culture gives meaning to our lives – even when that meaning was originally borrowed from America.

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Britain was once the most powerful nation in the world. It ruled a wide-reaching empire. This week in our series, we look at how British power gave way to American influence after World War Two.

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1898–1918, after the Spanish–American War, nationalist movements borrowed from the U.S. Constitution in Asia and Latin America. 1918–1945, after World War I, its influence spread with movements for decolonization of Africa, Mid-east and Asia. 1945–1974, after World War II, independence movements consulted it.

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Perhaps the easiest example to recognize is the phenomenal rise in the use of personal computers and the World Wide Web over the last decades. Both were pioneered in the US and eventually spread world wide, carrying American cultural influences with them.

www.universitytimes.ie/2014/03/how-american-music-took-over-the-world

American music dominates the charts, while other nations try to imitate it in order to sell records. Perhaps this overwhelming American influence is based on the amount of money American artists put into the production and promotion of their music.