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Media Theories and Approaches: A Global Perspective

  title={Media Theories and Approaches: A Global Perspective},
  author={Mark Balnaves and Stephanie Hemelryk Donald and Brian P Shoesmith},
PART I: CONVERGENCES Introduction Technologizing the World A Global View PART II: THEORIES Classics in Media and Effects Classics in Media and Ideology Classics in Reasoning About Information and its Ownership PART III: CONTENT, AUDIENCES AND EFFECTS Information Warfare and Modern Propaganda Transforming Cultures Brand China and Bollywood India PART IV: STRUCTURES AND ORGANISATION Governance and Digital Identities Interactive Media and News Media Economics Games Media Research Conclusion 
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