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It is productive in the sense that it brings into existence (and is brought into existence by) a set of knowledges, objects, scales, and agents. In order to do this, I concentrate on the narratives offered by parties involved in the conflict in order to throw into relief the process through which the global is constructed. ” The “global” is not simply the stage upon which these events unfold—a passive container—but is rather an active component in shaping understandings of our contemporary moment.

Globalization) for this reason it is necessary to remember that the study of “global media” is always positioned in particular ways. For this reason, rather than simply reproduce practiced logics of the “global,” I would like to make use of this case study to examine the effectivities involved in the circulation of the understandings of the global. “Global media” is not merely descriptive of changes in the “real” world; it is productive. It is productive in the sense that it brings into existence (and is brought into existence by) a set of knowledges, objects, scales, and agents.

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