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Multinational Corporations and Global Production

Media and cultural studies built largely on theories from the US and UK broadcast model are entering a stage of transition where a complex mediascape of vigorous changes and uneven context of local, national, transnational and regional media environments vary … Continue reading

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A ‘like’ will not cure cancer and does not make you an activist

As consistent social media participants we are regularly bombarded with social activism through these platforms. Social networking has adapted since its development allowing for social activism to take place, where technology is now driving change. The ability to connect on … Continue reading

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