<br/><br/>1. Explain the key approaches of the following approaches
to communication policy-making: liberal pluralist, neo-liberalist, and radical democratic. Discuss in terms of their value to policy making and the key authors or advocates associated with each in Canada.
2. Would it be reasonable to argue that although China controls content and traffic on the Internet for its citizens, the difference between China and Western states is more in degree than absolute difference? Take a position and discuss with examples of key events, policy, and interactions with digital companies.
3. What is the significance of the distinctions between the "knowledge," "security," and "surveillance" economy? Which of these terms best describes the developments in the political- economy of Canada in recent years? Explain with examples.
4. Do you agree that the shift to online politics further fragments citizens into specific audience groups? Does this limit the discussion of key political and economic change? Argue your position with examples of online democracy in Canada and elsewhere.
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