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[caption id="attachment_51407" align="alignleft" width="190"] MD 2023/1[/caption] Media Development 2023-1 Utopia or Bust: In Search of Inclusion Two “utopias” are examined in this issue: the potential impact on communication policies of Latin America’s Pink Tide 2.0 – the resurgence of a turn towards left-wing governments in Latin American democracies...

The term “Metaverse” was first used in Neil Stevenson’s 1992 novel Snow Crash, where it is described as a three-dimensional world accessed using goggles, similar to today’s VR headsets. In the novel, Hiro Protagonist, a computer hacker and pizza delivery guy, moves in and out of...

Philip Lee Like all digital technologies, the Metaverse ought to be a public good and, therefore, of direct benefit to society. A system that interweaves multiple sources of information across different platforms should be useful, affordable, accessible, and egalitarian. Yet the history of communication technologies demonstrates that...

[caption id="attachment_51428" align="aligncenter" width="800"] www.jpereira.net info@jpereira.net[/caption] Chileans demonstrate in favour of a new Constitution. Photo credit: The New School. Jose Pereira. CC BY-NC-ND 2.5. Lorenzo Vargas In Latin America, the “pink tide” governments of the first decade of the 21st Century transformed the movement for communication rights...