New Media as an Inclusive Dimension of Multiculturalism in Public Communication


  • Demush Bajrami English Department
  • Arburim Iseni English Department


This study reveals and describes the fundamental problems in the functioning of the traditional media, journalists and civil society in social media, about political issues and challenges that produce these topics. Not surprisingly, this study reveals that for the majority of respondents (96%), the freedom of expression in social media exists. It remains to planners of national strategies and global information the burden to care about the cultivation of open societies, with the conviction of different civil and political orientations, by giving to the Internet the value it has got for the regulation of this plurality, and not the disturbers of that plurality. Thus, 67 percent of the respondents have answered with a significant positivity on social media about the involvement of thematic living together with many cultures in a given space. The most important result of this study is that the fundamental values on which are built relationships between different groups, are, primarily, based on the right to choose and set the values and interests with a civic orientation and their freedom of expression and public action.

Key words: Multiculturalism, Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, communication, the public, social media, digital democracy.




How to Cite

Bajrami, D., & Iseni, A. (2016). New Media as an Inclusive Dimension of Multiculturalism in Public Communication. ANGLISTICUM. Journal of the Association-Institute for English Language and American Studies, 4, 15–29. Retrieved from



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