Dialectical Spaces in the Global Public Sphere: Media Memories across Generations.

January 1, 2003, 3:28 pm
By Ingrid Volkmer

Ingrid Volkmer, spring 2002 fellow, argues that the spread of international news channels has created “imagined communities,” which affect political alliances, conventional journalism and – increasingly – national public spheres. This paper discusses new issues of globalization and focuses on the impact of media-related globalization processes on “life-worlds” in various countries.

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