Browse by Subject "political economy"
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(iSchools, 2013-02)This paper discusses the emergence of a trading market for previously allocated Internet address blocks. The controversies associated with commoditization of Internet addresses, and the way this conflicts with official ...
(2012-02-06)This dissertation documents the development of copyright in contemporary China in the context of social transformation and media growth and works to understand copyright in social and political economic perspectives. The ...
(2011-05-25)This is a study about the growth of oil industry and its economic and political repercussions in Brazil. It combines an industrial analysis with an empirical assessment of the impact of oil royalties on municipal fiscal ...
(2012-02-06)This dissertation is an attempt to make sense out of the many questions surrounding news media performance and its inadequacies. It does this by first synthesizing two critical models of news analysis and applying their ...
(2015-04-07)This dissertation argues that nineteenth-century literature anticipated the vibrant interdisciplinary debates that now center on the meanings of secularism. For decades, modernity has been associated with the decline of ...
Sweating for democracy: working-class media and the struggle for 'hegemonic Jewishness,' 1919-1941 (2012-02-06)Using the framework of political economy of media, this dissertation examines the history of the Jewish working class counterpublic in the United States during the interwar period and its relationships to the broader public ...
Transnational networks and nation-building: the protest of Barágua and the transition from plantation societies to the modern nation-state in Cuba and the Americas (2013-02-03)The formation of transnational ties, and the forging of transnational relationships between non-governmental organizations and politically marginalized groups, is often interpreted as a late twentieth century cultural ...