Media

Social Networking in Latin America

Social networking is an Internet phenomenon that allows users to connect and interact with friends, colleagues, or anyone with a shared interest. These sites can simplify communication over vast geographical boundaries, or as is the case on college campuses, very small ones. Another feature of the social networking sites is that they allow users to craft their own profiles, or public persona, for anonymous browsers to view. Formerly, one would need knowledge of web design to create a personal information page, but social networking makes the process easy. Users can make their own profiles private, but usually at least a picture is available to strangers.

The Radio Kaduna 'tafsir' (1978-1992)

The Radio Kaduna 'tafsir' (1978-1992) and the construction of public images of Muslim scholars in the Nigerian media / Andrea Brigaglia

Journal for Islamic Studies, 2007, vol. 27, p. 173-210

The Print Media in South Africa: Paving the Way for 'Privatisation'

The print media in South Africa : paving the way for 'privatisation' / Anne Mayher & David A. Mcdonald

Review of African Political Economy, 2007, vol. 34, no. 113, p. 443-460

Globalisation and Popular Culture

"Globalisation and Popular Culture"
Reading Advertisements Sociologically
by
SUSANTA KUMAR JENA
http://www.zmk.uni-freiburg.de/CulturalGlobalization/Workshop/default.ht...
LEC-Seminar Workshop on
"The Limits of Cultural Globalization"
Jawaharlal Nehru University & Albert-Ludwigs-University Freiburg, June/July 2000

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Recycling Modernity: Pirate electronic cultures in India

by Ravi Sundara

http://www.sarai.net/publications/readers/01-the-public-domain/093-099pi...

Are pirate/recycling electronic cultures the defining mark of the 'Asian' engagement with contemporary modernity? 'Asia', is of course a violent abstraction, but one can surely detect the chain of non-legal electronic markets from Hong Kong to Shanghai, from Singapore to Delhi. Non-legality has been a major feature of all East Asian computer cultures where Western electronic commodities are re-sold in the world market, particularly the

FM Radio and the New Urban Public in Nepal

Article on the development of FM Radio and the New Urban Public in Nepal
by Prat Youshonta

http://www.sarai.net/publications/readers/01-the-public-domain/076-079fm...

World Internet Users and Population Stats

The internet big picture: Comparative statistics of internet users around the world

http://www.internetworldstats.com/stats.htm (please visit to see more graphs)

Online Arabic Radio & Iranian TV/Radio Links

Links to online Arabic Radio: http://www.multilingualbooks.com/online-radio-arabic.html

Algeria, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Morocco, Palestine, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates

 


Links to Online Iranian TV and Radio

 

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