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The Liquefaction of Publicness: Communication, Democracy and the Public Sphere in the Internet Age, Vol. 25 - 2018, No. 1


, pages: 102-109

This paper argues that the period from the mid 2000s to the present marks the end of “peak globalisation,” and that we need to move beyond globalisation paradigms and consider the implications for communication and media studies of being in a period of post-globalisation. This does not mean that globalising forces have necessarily declined, but that we need to be more alert to how nation-states and national cultures are shaping as well as being shaped by such forces.

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