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This paper examines the Web sites of 10 international broadcasters targeting Arabic speaking audiences in the Middle East.
Data from 2006 and 2009 are used to compare the formal features of the sites, mainly domain names, hyperlinks and type of news stories presented on...
Digital spaces on the World Wide Web can be consumed as windowed technologies, providing apparently transparent access to information, or as mirrors, multi–layered and complex, requiring critical reflexivity for productive participation. Approaching Wikipedia as a mirrored technology exploits its potential as a pedagogical...
Similarly to the traditional division of labor among libraries, the needs behind amateurism and professionalism have to be satisfied differently.
New media are not supportive of critical thinking and conscious selection of information. Literacies of our age stress critical thinking and take many forms....
In accordance with US federal laws regarding the electronic collection of children's data, Facebook has a minimum age policy of 13 years. Research has found that many parents assist their children in undermining these policies.
Facebook, like many communication services and social media sites,...
This article provides a critical examination of telecommunications regulation in the EU and argues for the need for change along the lines of subsidiarity and mediation.
This discussion is particularly timely, as the European Commission is working on a new telecommunications regulatory framework, with...