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The Cyber Balkanization and Structural Transformation of the Public Sphere in Korea
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  • Journal title : Journal of Contemporary Eastern Asia
  • Volume 7, Issue 2,  2008, pp.29-48
  • Publisher : World Association for Triple hElix and Future strategy studies
  • DOI : 10.17477/jcea.2008.7.2.029
 Title & Authors
The Cyber Balkanization and Structural Transformation of the Public Sphere in Korea
Chang, Woo-young;
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 Language
English
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