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Using your identified Case Study as a source of evidence, argue for or against one (1) of the following six questions:
1. As a concept and theory, the public sphere is no longer an adequate tool with which to analyse the reality of contemporary media and politics.
2. There are too many voices and groups in the age of digital information and global media to create a functioning public sphere.
3. The public sphere offers a means for marginalised social groups to find a voice and be recognised.
4. The functioning of the public sphere is reliant on all citizens having a voice and being represented through media.
5. The boundaries between public and private spheres are no longer meaningful.
6. The public sphere is more important than ever in an era of media populism.
Note: Your argument must be supported by the original evidence you have collected about your Case Study (e.g. quotations, reports and policy documents, images, screenshots).
Note: As the Criteria for Marking below indicates, it is essential that you take a clearly identifiable position in answering your chosen question and attempt to articulate an argument (much like actually participating in the public sphere!)
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