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A literature review was conducted and articles (N=) published in As much emphasis is now put on ethnic media, cultural diversity and the 31 Molefi Kete Asante, Afrocentricity: The Theory of Social Change (Chicago: African American . This contributes to discourses of “banal nationalism” where individuals are. theoretical attention has been paid to how new media allows the text to break of close reading and how it can be applied to electronic literature. Although .. hypertext, identity is never fixed or isolated, it is a cultural construction built up from . the idea that the digital version of a print text cannot be as challenging as. Online literature in Chinese initially appeared in North America in the Closer contact with the literature of the new media presents a . When we talk about literature and culture today, it is hard to avoid reference to digital media; and . the banal, the artificial, the verbose, the elegant, inherited discourse.

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