Mobile Learner Generated Contexts

Research on the Internalization of the World of Cultural Products
  • John Cook


Society is currently witnessing a significant shift away from traditional forms of mass communication and editorial push towards user generated content and individualised communication contexts.


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Authors and Affiliations

  • John Cook
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  1. 1.London Metropolitan University 

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