This book provides a rich description of the shifting production cultures in convergent Chinese television industries, through the examination of daily production practices, showing how they embody a new set of opportunities and tensions across strategic, programming and individual levels.
Focuses on the influence of social media on India's foreign policy-making, demonstrating that the role of social media is not only as an information provider, but also as a platform of interaction between the government and public.
Examines the key issues and shifting nature of social media and technology. The book also critically examines the impact of social media on foreign policy, economic security, national security, social behaviour, conflict prevention and global peace and security.
When, in late 2008, the dust finally started to settle on one of the worst financial crises in history, only one Wall Street institution still stood virtually unassailed - Goldman Sachs. This title peers behind the curtain to give us the inside story of why Goldman is so profitable.