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<Understanding the Protests in Belarus: A <i>CPCS</i> Virtual Issue

Understanding the Protests in Belarus: A CPCS Virtual Issue

Not for the first time in Belarus, the future of Aleksandr Lukashenka’s regime hinges on its response to mass protests following fraudulent elections.

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<Media, Migration and Nationalism: A Q&A with <i>Global Perspectives</i> Guest Editors Koen Leurs and Tomohisa Hirata

Media, Migration and Nationalism: A Q&A with Global Perspectives Guest Editors Koen Leurs and Tomohisa Hirata

In contributing to a global turn in media studies, this special issue has offered context-specific conceptual and empirical reflection on mediated, digitized, and datafied processes co-shaping migration and nationalism across Asia, the Americas, and Europe.

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<Datafication and the Welfare State: A Q&A With <i>Global Perspectives</i> Guest Editors Lina Dencik and Anne Kaun

Datafication and the Welfare State: A Q&A With Global Perspectives Guest Editors Lina Dencik and Anne Kaun

” …with the advent of datafication we are confronted with a number of specific values and logics that run counter to those that have commonly been associated with the welfare state, such as social solidarity, universal access, and decommodification”

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