• IMD
    Enabling migrants and refugees to speak for themselves
  • HRD
    Communication rights underlie peace and social justice
  • XpA
    New way of measuring freedom of expression launched
  • Refugees(2)
    Media experts discuss how to improve refugee reporting
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  • Children
    Children are active communicators
  • Refugees
    Report urges media to change refugee narrative
  • MD4-2017
    Media and memory is theme of WACC journal
  • Remembrance
    Remembering all who suffer in conflict and war
  • COP23
    Telling human stories about climate change
  • WACC promotes gender awareness in media and information literacy
    WACC promotes gender awareness in media and information literacy
  • Keeping WACC’s ear to the ground
    Keeping WACC’s ear to the ground
  • IDEP
    Hearing the voices of the world’s poor
  • IMD
  • HRD
  • XpA
  • Refugees(2)
  • 16 days
  • Children
  • Refugees
  • MD4-2017
  • Remembrance
  • COP23
  • WACC promotes gender awareness in media and information literacy
  • Keeping WACC’s ear to the ground
  • IDEP

WACC's JOURNAL:
Media Development 2017/4

Digital Media and Social Memory

How are digital media technologies transforming human relationships, human behaviour, and human beings themselves? It is important to test some of the assumptions made about digital media and, in particular, to tease out implications for the way society sees itself, records itself, and remembers itself.

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