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National Media Regulations in an Age of Convergent Media: Beyond Globalisation, Neoliberalism and Internet Freedom Theories

Written by Terry Flew on September 9, 2015

Here are my slides for the Digital Media Research Centre Seminar Series at QUT on 11 September. It is based on my chapter for the forthcoming Palgrave book, Global Media and National Policies: The Return of the State, co-edited with Petros Iosifidis and Jeanette Steemers.

Details for the event are below if you want to come along:

Date 11 September 2015
Time 14:30-17:00
Location QUT – 44 Musk Avenue
Room U block, level 2, room 243, Kelvin Grove Campus

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Digital Media Law, Regulation and Governance

Written by Terry Flew on June 15, 2015

My keynote presentation to the Universitas 21 Graduate Research Symposium at Shanghai Jiao Tong University on June 12 can be accessed here.

My thanks to Professor Li Benqian, Head of the School of Media and Design at SJTU for the generous invitation to present. Thanks also to the other keynote speakers, Bill Dutton and Monroe Price, and to the 40 students from ten countries, as well as the SJTU volunteers, who made it such a wonderful event.

Slides form the

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Foucault, Weber, Neoliberalism and the Politics of Governmentality

Written by Terry Flew on April 27, 2015

This is my blog post that appeared on the Theory, Culture & Society blog on 27 April 2015.

The publication of The Birth of Biopolitics in 2008, which was the translation into English of Michael Foucault’s 1978-79 lectures at the College de France, has generated an important body of scholarship that has sought to engage the themes of Foucault’s lectures in light of contemporary concerns. The timeliness of this publication was seen by many to arise from its contemporary relevance.

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