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    Summer School puts digital world under the microscope
  • Article 19
    Linking information and knowledge to sustainable development
  • IDEP
  • Language
  • Lumad
  • ILD
  • Keeping faith
  • MD3-2017
  • Saint Lucia’s Folk Research Centre renamed
  • WACC and Cultural Survival Highlight the Role of Communication in Advancing the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
  • Summer School puts digital world under the microscope
  • Article 19

WACC's JOURNAL:
Media Development 2017/3

Changing Media Changing Perceptions

Great expectations have been placed on social media platforms as a panacea for the challenges facing societies worldwide. In particular, social media platforms are expected to strengthen open dialogue and public debate and to be sources of information and knowledge. They could have a revolutionary impact in the field of communication for development − provided they could demonstrate reliability, transparency, and legitimacy.

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