Understanding research paper

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M. I. Franklin is Reader and Director of the Global Media & Transnational Communications program at Goldsmiths (University of London, UK). With an academic background in the Humanities (History and Music) and Social Sciences (Politics) she has held teaching and research positions in Humanities, Social Science, and Engineering faculties in New Zealand, the Netherlands, USA, and the UK. She has received research funding from Social Science Research Council (USA) and Ford Foundation and awards for teaching excellence in the UK. Previous books include Postcolonial Politics, the Internet, and Everyday Life: Pacific Traversals Online (Routledge) and Resounding International Relations: On Music, Culture and Politics (Palgrave MacMillan). Digital Dilemmas: Power, Resistance and the Internet will be out in 2013 (Oxford University Press).

Understanding research paper

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