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by Gitte Stald,Thomas Tufte

eBook Global Encounters: Media and Cultural Transformation download ISBN: 1860205879
Author: Gitte Stald,Thomas Tufte
Publisher: University of Luton Press (October 11, 2005)
Language: English
Pages: 256
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Category: Humour
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Global encounters: Media and cultural transformation. Online on the mobile: Internet use on smartphones and associated risks among youth in Europe. G Stald, L Green, M Barbovski, L Haddon, G Mascheroni, B Sagvari,. EU Kids Online Network, 2014. Young Danes’ Uses of and Thoughts on the Uses of Computers. Sekvens, 199-227, 1998.

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The relation between globalization, culture, and the transformative role of the media is examined in this book. Case studies assess questions of media use, cultural boundaries, and identities emanating from these theoretical reflections. The international scope of this book includes examinations of youth cultures in Denmark and South Africa, Asian cultures in India and London, the Iranian migration to London, and the Gauchos in Southern Brazil.