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The logic behind Monologic Media’s continuing relevance in society.
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The logic behind Monologic Media’s continuing relevance in society.

When Henry Jenkin’s first recognised media convergence he identified that he was referring to 1) The flow of content across multiple media platforms, 2) The cooperation between multiple media industries and, 3) The migratory behaviour of media audiences who go almost anywhere in search of experiences they want.  As a part of a generation in … Continue reading

Mass Mind-Control? -Media Owners putting the ‘ME’ in their Media
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Mass Mind-Control? -Media Owners putting the ‘ME’ in their Media

Once upon a time when communication was bilateral and direct, users wouldn’t have to concern themselves with the owners of the technologies they used. However, in the creation of mass media productions, a giant role reversal was instigated as owners became able to use their medium/technology as a platform for themselves to communicate with users!; … Continue reading

The different Ecologies of access to technologies.
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The different Ecologies of access to technologies.

When people think of access to technologies, they usually consider ‘access’ in the general sense of meaning the ability, right, or permission to use that device. However when it comes to the restraints associated with the allowed ‘use’ of different products , the term is not so straight forward. In fact, industries each have their own ideology … Continue reading