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Category: Mass media

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France’s Apéro Géant: Cultural Events Fueled by the Internet

Today’s world is a world of our own making. It is very exciting to be a participant in globalization. We have the good fortune to see the people...
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Fooling The General Public: Mass Media in South Korea & Turkey

While living in the Netherlands my Korean wife followed the political situation of her country very closely. She gave me regular updates on what was d...
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Pop Culture: Enjoy… But Be Cautious

Stuck in Stereotypes I once read that the majority of Americans don’t have a passport. As a European, I thought this was an incredibly shocking, if ...
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Which is more popular? TV vs. Internet in Korea and America

The mid-20th century gave us television. The late 20th century gave us the Internet. Now in the 21st century, a battle rages between the two, as they ...
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If I Were an Outsider, What Would I Say About Mass Media?

If I were an outsider to our “modern” and “connected” society—perhaps someone hailing from a community where mass media...
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What Good Is Cultural Diversity, Anyway?

The human race now possesses the ability to share ideas among a more culturally diverse range of people than has ever been possible in the entire hist...
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Afraid of Your Smartphone? You’re in Good Company

Today, it is almost strange to see someone without a smartphone in hand, uncomfortable to be in a place where there is no WiFi, and unnerving to imagi...
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Net Neutrality: Which Side Are You On?

  Net Neutrality – the who, the what and the where Net Neutrality is a modern phenomenon that has been under the public microscope since the te...
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Online but Not Connected: The Internet Does Not Equal Globalization

The year 2013 marked the twentieth that W3 Internet server technology has been freely available to the public. [1] Fittingly, I know that thanks to my...
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Curb your enthusiasm: Korean internet is not all it’s cracked up to be.

Roughly two years ago I moved from a country where net neutrality is implemented by law (the Netherlands) to a country where the freedom of the Inter...