Feeding Google // iOS vs Android

To effectively develop my digital artefact, I rely heavily on feedback loops. After I produce something, I analyse the feedback I get from it. This then enables me to determine what to do in the future and how my audience reacts. When linking this to the comparison between iOS and Android, it’s clear that the... Continue Reading →

The Korean wave Effect // Blog 3

Ryoo, Woongjae 2009, 'Globalization, or the logic of cultural hybridization: the case of the Korean wave', Asian journal of communication, vol. 19, no. 2, pp. 137-151 The Korean wave has allowed for Korean culture, industries, ethics, morals, new technologies and more to advance across other countries. Ryoo, Woongjae’s article (2009) explores how the Korean wave... Continue Reading →

The V.I.P on the Other End of the Phone // Liquid Labour

"Domination can hardly be exercised against self-configurating networks. And democratic control is lost in a global network of multidimensional domination hidden in the complexity of switches."   The paradigm of the network society is evident, as the shift from centralised to distributed networks evolved along with liquid labour.  From the early years of network communication,... Continue Reading →

Globalisation and Social Media // Blog 1

O'Shaughnessy, Michael 2012, 'Globalisation', in Media and society, 5th ed, Oxford University Press, South Melbourne, Vic, pp. 458-471 Chapter 25 of the text Globalisation (2012), written by Michael O’Shaughnessy, effectively communicates the importance of globalisation and its constantly evolving nature.  The relevancy of the topic is demonstrated in this text with the acknowledgement of economic,... Continue Reading →

The Simpsons Take A Trip to the Global Village // Understanding the Network Society Paradigm

Within my remediation, I have explored Marshall McLuhan’s concept of “The Global Village”. McLuhan’s concept predicted the internet would become a global nervous system. To develop an understanding of the global village, it is important to remember that the telegraph was ultimately a centralised network. The news that was given was filtered, framed, coordinated and... Continue Reading →

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