Nollywood and How The Internet Changed The Game For Global Media

Nollywood, the colloquial term for the Nigerian film industry, is now the world’s third largest film industry, producing over 1500 films a year. Technological advancements in both digital media and the internet are creating new ways for new generation Nigerian film makers to fund and globally circulate their work according to Ugo Ben Ebelebe’s research […]

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Beyond the Economic Benefits- Internationalisation in Australian Education

In “Internationalising Australian Higher Education” an analysis by Professor Margaret Gardner, the ideology that ‘true excellence in university education and research cannot be realised without some depth of global engagement and understanding’ is voiced very clear. The analysis goes in to explaining how Higher education in Australia is becoming increasingly internationalised by attracting international students […]

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Diverse Homogeneity – An Oxymoron to Ponder

Dawei Wang in his essay “Globalization of the Media: Does It Undermine National Cultures?” questions a very relevant point, “does globalization turn our planet into a world society, a “global village”? or, conversely, does it disintegrate the nation-state system, and dissolve stable national identities?”. The essay discusses the current arguments about the relationship between media […]

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