Wilheim asks a productive question in his essay on democratization of new media. For this post, share your thoughts on what does “democratization of new media” mean? What is the new frontier of civil rights? what is the key thesis underlying Wilheim’s argument on inequality (pg. 59–62)? In what sense is education central to the issue (p. 62–62)? What are the challenges and what role can internet voting and e-government play?
Office Hours & Contact InfoDr. Vinita Agarwal
Associate Professor of Strategic Communications
Department of Communication Arts
FH 272, Fulton Hall of Liberal Arts
And by appointment.
1101 Camden Avenue
Salisbury MD 21801 USA
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