New Media, New Conflict with Dr. Sebastian Kaempf

Episode 7 June 23, 2019 00:35:34
New Media, New Conflict with Dr. Sebastian Kaempf
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New Media, New Conflict with Dr. Sebastian Kaempf
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Show Notes

Today we spoke with Dr. Sebastian Kaempf, Senior Lecturer in Peace and Conflict Studies at the School of Political Science and International Studies at the University of Queensland, to discuss the role a transforming global media landscape is playing in contemporary conflicts, the visualisation of warfare in popular culture and what this means for traditional media institutions.

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