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Class11Global - What shapes the News Global Journalism Journalism and SOCIETY Rather than society being our own community city region state or even

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What shapes the News? Global Journalism Global Journalism
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Journalism and SOCIETY Rather than society being our own community, city, region, state or even country, we are now, more than ever, part of the world community.
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Why should you care about what happens on the other side of the world?
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Are you impacted by the global economy?
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Are you impacted by the global economy?
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How did we get to this point? The evolution of globalization.
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Three step process The rise of the nation-state The rise of the nation-state (1492-1800): powerful governments dominated the world (France, Great Britain, Spain, etc) and they controlled commerce and the transmission of information. 1800’s through the mid-1990’s: multi-national multi-national businesses businesses controlled commerce and influenced governments, sometimes even surpassing the governments in power.
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Then came the Internet Internet . And nothing has been the same since.
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How has the Internet changed the world?
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How has the Internet changed the world?
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Didn’t globalization start with the Nina, the Pinta and the Santa Maria? Haven’t we been global for a long time now?
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What is different now?
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Governments can’t control Governments can’t control information information • How can the French government control their own culture if the French people can
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This note was uploaded on 04/11/2011 for the course COM 1111 taught by Professor Georgemiller during the Spring '11 term at Temple.

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