New Media, New Options, New Communities?

September 2002
NORDICOM Review;Sep2002, Vol. 23 Issue 1/2, p11
Academic Journal
The article explores the impact of American popular music, television and film and other popular culture on Iceland, which makes a good example in a Nordic context. It states that media culture has become increasingly complex over the years and has become more complex due to the advent of a plethora of new media technologies and different, forms of expression and range of uses.


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