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The Effects of Online Syllabus Interactivity on Students' Perception of the Course and Instructor
Abstract Online educational materials differ widely in the degree to which they feature interactivity between system and users. A three-condition, between participants controlled experiment ( n =49)Expand
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The politics of `compressed development' in new media: a history of Korean cable television, 1992—2005
Cultural content industries, including the motion picture, pop music, TV drama, video game and animation are emerging as a new driving engine for our country’s economic progress.... There lies anExpand
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Cognitive capitalism, free labor, and financial communication: A critical discourse analysis of social media IPO registration statements
ABSTRACT This article seeks to analyze the intersection among cognitive capitalism, free labor, and financial communication through a critical discourse analysis of social media companies’ initialExpand
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Critical Media Literacy as Curricular Praxis
Abstract The current stalemate of mass communication as neither a professional nor a worthwhile academic discipline in U.S. higher education is deeply rooted in the gradual evaporation of theExpand
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The Net Effect
Thomas Streeter, a leading figure in studying the social shaping of communication technology, has added a new layer to our understanding of the complex and often vexing relations between technology,Expand
Korean apocalyptic discourse, October 1992: A speculative explanation
In the summer and fall of 1992, several thousand South Koreans prepared for the end of the world. Their actions and discourse lie clearly within an ancient tradition of beliefs known as apocalyptic.Expand
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