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By Prof Anthony Clayton and Cordell Green

The world is being turned upside down by the digital revolution. Media, communications, finance and banking, trade, business and commerce, the relationship between government and citizens, the nature of work, education and training and most social interactions are all being transformed by the efficiency of digital encoding, the speed of digital transactions and by the radically new social, economic, business and behavioural models that they support.

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The ripple effect of digital convergence has consequences for nations of all sizes. ANTHONY CLAYTON and CORDEL GREEN analyse the changes and discuss the way forward for the island country of Jamaica.

Intermedia Issue:
Vol 48 Issue 2
Issue Date:
July 2020
Privacy, Safety, Security
Anthony Clayton (Prof) Anthony Clayton (Prof) Director, The Institute for Sustainable Development, UWI, Mona and Chairman of Broadcasting Commission Jamaica Cordel Green Cordel Green Executive Director, Broadcasting Commission Jamaica

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