A Justice-Based Approach for New Media Policy: In the Paths of Righteousness

Theories of New Media, Justice and DemocracyThe Novelty and Utility in New MediaWhat Are Social Media?Abundance-ScarcityMobility-ImmobilityInteractivity-PassivityMultimediality-UnimedialityThe Utility of New MediaInform and Communicate for What?NotesReferencesCompeting Theories of JusticeThe Traditional View: UtilitarianismUtilitarian PrinciplesAn Alternative View: Redistributive JusticeJustice as FairnessThe Capabilities ApproachJustice and DemocracyEquality in FreedomNotesReferencesMedia Policy and Theories of JusticeUtilitarianismA New FrameworkRawlsian Approaches to Media PolicySenian Approaches to Media PolicyWhat Next?ReferencesCase Studies: Contemporary Media’s Characteristics in PracticeThe Digital Divide in IsraelEthiopian Immigrants and the Perception of MediaIsrael and the Ethiopian Jews: ‘Homecoming’Facades of ConflictNew Media in the Life of the Ethiopian ImmigrantsThe Four Characteristics: ICTs as an Element of the BodyInformation Richness: “Reaching the Moon”Communicative Presence: “It Will Make Us One”CapabilitiesICTs and the Ethiopian ImmigrantsNotesReferencesAl ‘Arakeeb (aka Al ‘Araqib) and Uses of the New MediaThe Story of Al-‘ArakeebAl-‘Arakeeb and the MediaOld Media: Unidirectional Television and RadioTelephony and the Mobile RevolutionNew Media Characteristics and Internet AdoptionContemporary Media and the Civil UpheavalImpactWhy New Media in Al-‘Arakeeb MatteredNotesReferencesiNakba and Realizing the Potential of New MediaThe Nakba and Its Marginalization in Israeli Collective MemoryThe iNakba App and Its FeaturesMobilityAbundanceMultimedialityInteractivityiNakba as New MediaNotesReferencesConclusion: Social Justice and Communications Policy in TransitionFinal WordsReferences
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