Do science and media go hand in hand? Science is entrenched in tradition, particularly that of journals. Whilst theories are continually refined, older ‘icons’ in the field are still given heroic stature. 393 more words
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Government 2.0 really has an attractive ring to it – hallmarking a fresh, modern approach. But I’ve never really seen that idealist approach. What is Gov 2.0 and why are we upgrading from 1.0? 396 more words
“[C]ivilization has been dominated at different stages by various media of communication such as clay, papyrus, parchment, and paper produced first from rags and then from wood. 2,034 more words
Signs are all around us, we just seem to subconsciously (or consciously) choose to abide by or ignore them. When we see a sign we ‘know’ that it’s telling us something. 525 more words
After seeing the title of this article, I was expecting more of a hypothesis regarding research questions, however I found Leslie Haddon provides a very holistic analysis on media communications. 556 more words
Arts1090 Wk 7: Castells, Manuel "Informationalism, Networks and the Network Society: A Theoretical Blueprint"
How can we define our contemporary society? Manuel Castells provides us with a theoretical answer, by defining us as the “Network Society”. So what does that mean? 440 more words