Cyber Harassment, Misogyny and South Korean Online Sphere

Article by Katarzyna Szpargala. Abstract: Early media scholars believed that the Internet could be a tool to combat racism, xenophobia, sexism, and other discriminatory attitudes and practices (Vickery & Everbach, 2018). The Internet opened doors for numerous groups and society members to education, jobs, information, and to share their opinion […]

Decolonizing the Museum Space in India: The Pandemic Influence

Article by Dr Pallavi Narayan. Abstract: Large state museums thrive on global exchange and international movement, and rapidly opened their doors to virtual tourism soon after the COVID-19 pandemic struck. They already have a strong online presence with technical teams ready to adapt to online modes of viewing and visiting. […]