The Media of Diaspora
Karim Haiderali Karim
Psychology Press, 2003 - History - 236 pages
The Media of Diaspora examines how diasporic communities have used new communications media to maintain and develop community ties on a local and transnational level. This collection of essays from a wide range of different diasporic contexts is a unique contribution to the field.
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