This video picks up on a debate I recently participated in at Leiden University, during the Leiden Global Day on 27 November 2014, where we discussed the complex factors that shape how we use digital tools in our societies today.
Tag Archives: mass media
Are social science and humanities scholars too removed from the realities on the ground to be able to contribute to ongoing debates about current affairs in a dynamic region like Asia?
Does the Chinese government with its Internet controls make full use of the potentials that digital communication networks hold? This post looks at the PRC’s “Chaoyang model” of managing information flows, which is very much the same model that has informed media management in China throughout most of the 20th century.