CGCS Director Monroe Price comments on Alexander Klimburg, Philipp Mirtl and Snezana Gjorgieva’s paper “Mapping Internet Terrain” which examines the ongoing power shifts between state and non-state actors in internet governance and uses linguistic analysis to map evolving meanings of terms such as multistakeholderism.
In August 2016, the Center for Global Communication Studies (CGCS) merged with the Project for Advanced Research in Global Communication (PARGC) to form the Center for Advanced Research in Global Communication (CARGC). This archival website serves as a record of the events, publications, and other materials created by and for CGCS from 2006-2016. For more information about current work, please visit the websites of CARGC or the Annenberg School for Communication.
Editor’s Note: Greetings CGCS Friends, For all the monumental change that social media and blogs have done to move us towards a more open and transparent international society, one of the biggest hangups in the spread of information is language…Read More