Between the private and the public: affective politics, media and public engagement in contemporary Korea
Kim, So Hyung;
This thesis aims to contribute to recent discussions in media and cultural studies and political communication about reconceptualising the relationships between politics, media and public engagement. It will do so by articulating the context and processes in which priva... View more
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