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media flows


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media flows

media flows

porous-media flow

Two-phase flow through fractured porous media

A twofold saddle point approach for the coupling of fluid flow with nonlinear porous media flow

Skin effect in generalized radial flow model in fractured media

The Flow of Political Information: Personal Discussants, the Media, and Partisans

Characteristic frequencies of seismic attenuation due to wave-induced fluid flow in fractured porous media

Numerical simulation for the 3D seepage flow with fractional derivatives in porous media

Homogenization of reactive flows in porous media and competition between bulk and surface diffusion

A conforming mixed finite-element method for the coupling of fluid flow with porous media flow

Numerical scheme for coupling two-phase compositional porous-media flow and one-phase compositional free flow

924 Interrelationship between non-invasive predictors of atherosclerosis: coronary flow reserve, flow mediated dilation, carotid intima-media thickness, aortic elasticity

A posteriori analysis of a space and time discretization of a nonlinear model for the flow in partially saturated porous media

Geoelectrical characterization of carbonate and silicate porous media in the presence of supercritical CO2–water flow

Frame Flow between Government and the News Media and its Effects on the Public: Framing of North Korea

Frame Flow Between Government and the News Media and its Effects on the Public: Framing of North Korea

MEDIA COVERAGE AND THE FLOW OF VOTERS IN MULTIPARTY SYSTEMS: THE 1994 NATIONAL ELECTIONS IN HOLLAND AND GERMANY*

An energy-based approach to estimate seismic attenuation due to wave-induced fluid flow in heterogeneous poroelastic media

 

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The diffusion of media content in global markets. Since the 1970s, the global diffusion of American media content has frequently been seen as a kind of cultural imperialism. It is very much a one-way flow, since only about 2% of US TV programmes are foreign imports (compared to about a third in most countries). Such flows are often more regionalized, based on shared language and cultural affinity. Governments often seek to control media flows as a way of protecting national culture but online media have undermined this cultural gatekeeper role. See also globalization.

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