Author Archives: sharmilaram

“THE ONLY THING CONSISTENT IN LIFE IN INCONSISTENCY” BY SHARMILA RAMANATHAN

  Emerging Issues and Media Content has definitely thought me more than I expected, especially this weekly blogs done indirectly makes sure that students are up to date what they are expected to read on and at the same time reading additional journals on the related subject before analysing and writing my analysis and understanding […]

THE HIDDEN COST OF MEDIA USE BY SHARMILA RAMANATHAN

In a nutshell, this blog for this week is on how our media consumption comes at a price, whereby technology gadgets has a distributive impact on the ecology, the global media supply, and the working of labourers in low-wage countries ( Maxwell, R and T Miller (2012). Varies media studies has been conducted such as the […]

Moderating the conversation: Inclusive dialogue in online news by SHARMILA RAMANATHAN

Today, in this era that we live in there are so many types of online news communication such accessible to us such as social media websites, online news websites, and broadcasting video websites and so on. These mentioned online news communication tools are talking over the traditional media by informing and education the public on […]

WHITE BREAD MEDIA BY SHARMILA RAMANATHAN

The movie crash which was produced in 2004 is about how the different stereotypes of races, racial issues and portrays how everyone is guiltless, we are all victims and offenders of cultural bias. The movie further highlights no one is innocent of cultural prejudice. Crash is a good example for racism in movies, whereby they show the African Americans are portrayed as drug […]

DISABILITY AMONG THE SOCIETY BY SHARMILA RAMANATHAN

Before I blog about this weeks topic on The Business of Digital Disability‟ The Information Society: An International. Let me first start by defining what is disability. According to The Disability Discrimination Act 1995 disability is defined as ” A physical or mental impairment which has a substantial and long-term adverse effect on a person’s ability to carry […]

Feudalisation of the internet; The Power of Control By Sharmila Ramanathan

Dude, seriously what is feudalization? This was the first question that popped up in my head when I saw the readings for this week. Upon reading on various definitions, I have come to understand that “Feudalisation of the Internet” refers to the idea of a hierarchical in which there is a small group which holds […]

The Internet, The Revolution. BY SHARMILA RAMANATHAN

The digital age in the 21st century has resulted in students or be it the general public receiving information instantly and globally. Today it is hard to find someone without at least two different means of accessing the Internet.  Be it with smartphone, tables, laptops and so on. By having the internet as a tool […]