Habermas and Castells on Networks and Public Sphere

In 1962, Jurgen Habermas introduced the concept of “public sphere” in his book “The Structural Transformation of the Public Sphere”. He defined the notion of the public as “events and occasions are ‘public’ when they are open to all, in contrast, to close or exclusive affairs” (Fuchs, 2014). According to Habermas, the public sphere is… Read More Habermas and Castells on Networks and Public Sphere

Social Network Analysis to understand Online Learning- Google Classroom

The physical “brick and mortar” classroom is starting to lose its monopoly as the place of learning in the 21st century. The Internet has made online learning possible, and many researchers and educators are interested in online learning to enhance and improve student learning outcomes without restrictions of student’s proximity to the college campus. In… Read More Social Network Analysis to understand Online Learning- Google Classroom