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And suppose we've designed a study with a number of Likert-scaled questions that are combined and reaggregated to a 1-5 scale from "strongly oppose (1) to strongly support (5)".
Does that basically turn broadcast or cable news into the same reaggregated content that we're seeing with print news now?
The persistent slow-brewed journalism that was previously subsidised (if you were lucky) by more commercially friendly instant journalism, but which stands to lose most as content becomes disaggregated and reaggregated, and audiences and their activity measurable.
Schools can become disaggregated and reaggregated so students can find classes anywhere and classes can find students anywhere.