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Rock the Votocracy: Presidents from the Internet

In my last blog post I wondered about the presidency of a person from Generation Y. I suppose I’m on a bit of a political tear, because after recently running across a site called Votocracy, I wonder even more about … Continue reading

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YouTube: Examining a Revolution

Abstract: The author examines the popular video sharing website and asks whether the phenomenon marks a change in the way cultural products are brought forth. The analysis draws upon a traditionally Marxist framework to define the production cycle and is … Continue reading

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