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From Ethnic Media to Global Media: Transnational Communication Networks Among Diasporic Communities

@inproceedings{Karim1998FromEM,
  title={From Ethnic Media to Global Media: Transnational Communication Networks Among Diasporic Communities},
  author={Karim H. Karim},
  year={1998}
}
Introduction Hamid Mowlana identifies three primary actors in transborder flows of communication: governments, transnational corporations, and individuals (1997: 37). Most commentators on the communication aspects of globalization tend to focus on the first two. However, the aggregate impact of cross-border contact among individuals using means such as mail, telegraph, telephone, facsimile, and digital technologies, has been substantial. The present study examines communication links among… 
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