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The Bob Dilemma

It’s been a while that I had commented on Tim Stanley’s article in The Telegraph about Bob Dylan’s Nobel Laureate status. A lot has happened in the world since then; Trump’s Presidential nomination is a distant memory and he is now President-elect. But not so many moons ago, whatever the reason one stated, weighing Dylan’s … Continue reading

Tunes of Change: A cross-cultural examination of the role of music in social and political movements

“Music can change the world because it can change people.” – Bono Of all the praises regarding music, the most prominent are the ones praising and acknowledging its universal power to achieve change, unite worlds, and instigate revolutions. As Woody Guthrie said, ‘this machine kills fascists.’ While every genre of music has its own history, … Continue reading

Towards A New Dawn:

Examining the role of media and communication technologies in healthcare, education and productivity The advent of new digital media technology has created an eighth planet within this third planet we call the Earth. The eighth planet that is the World Wide Web or more simply, the internet has made technology available at our fingertips. In … Continue reading

Cultural Diversity: A Fad Only

Analyzing the undertones of racism in multi-culture Australia The world over the recent years has been referred to as a global village. Globalization or rather Americanization has contributed to the fact that the world has all become one, conquering borders and boundaries over space and time. However, in the current era of globalization where the … Continue reading