Digital Media and Societal Transformation: A PhD Research Proposal, Framework & Sources


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Publication date : June 10, 2016
Language : English
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Print length : 24 pages
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Explore the impact of digitization upon modern society, the publishing industry, corporate marketing and how it has altered education and interpersonal communication. The relevance of digital media is undeniable as it provides an immediate means of access via our personal computers to influence, intersect and permeate our relational and professional lives.
Thus a better understanding of how publishing and corporate marketing have evolved alongside digital media will provide insight into the trends and challenges of education and interpersonal communication in the digital age.
Universities across the globe are taking their course offerings and degree programs online to access students across the world. Online education is providing new opportunities for many students, but also arguably reducing (and sometimes enhancing) the quality of interaction between students and professors. The model, packaging, and distribution of education at all levels is being reexamined and challenged to determine what works best and under what circumstances digitizing learning is appropriate and successful.
Corporate marketing strategies to engage and influence consumers in the digital age vary and the approaches differ. Which corporate marketing strategies have proven to be most effective and why? The answer to these questions will illuminate answers to many of the challenges with digital media, online education, cultural conflict and interpersonal communications.

Paul F. Davis is a Global Business Consultant, Worldwide Motivational Speaker, and Wellness Trainer who has touched 76 nations serving the U.S. Military, Companies, Cruise Lines, Churches, and Universities throughout the world.

Paul is the author of more than 20 books including “The Future of Food” and “Geostrategy to Protect Environmental Health and Food Security.” Paul has earned 3 Master degrees with the highest honors from New York University (Global Affairs), Michigan State College of Law (Global Food Law), and the University of Alabama (Health). Paul is half way through earning his 4th Master degree in Educational Leadership with the University of Texas and currently has a 4.0 (A) grade point average.