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Shawn Powers is an assistant professor at Georgia State University. He specializes in international political communication, with particular attention to the geopolitics of information and technology policy. He co-leads a project on civic approaches to religious conflict at the Georgia State University’s Transcultural Violence and Culture Initiative and is the associate director at the Center for International Media Education.
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