International Communication Concepts and Cases
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Description: This edited volume of 16 readings is a collection of works from the foremost scholars of international communication. Divided into seven parts, the text is comprehensive in its coverage, including perspectives on issues and topics such as press freedom, propaganda, gatekeeping, colonialism and mass media development, globalization, cultural concerns, and diffusion.
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All the information you need in one place! Each Study Brief is a summary of one specific subject; facts, figures, and explanations to help you learn faster.
List price: $234.95
Copyright year: 2003
Publication date: 11/25/2002
Size: 7.25" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
|International Mass Communication from the Tower of Babel to the Babel Fish|
|Press Freedom in Europe|
|Freedom of the Press in the Eyes of the Dragon A Matter of Chinese Relativism and Pragmatism|
|Propaganda in Spanish and French Referendum Campaigns An Analysis of Propaganda Techniques|
|U.S.-Cuba Propaganda Wars The Case of Television Marti|
|Waters of Death in Central America News Values and Myth|
|Social and Institutional Influences on News Values and Routines in Brazil From Military Rule to Democracy|
|Colonialism and Mass Media Development|
|Development Communication in Africa Concepts and Case Studies|
|Dateline Addis Ababa Our Special Correspondent Evelyn Waugh Reports War Preparations with Italy, Vivid Colonial Discourse Used|
|The Americanization of Global Film|
|International Advertising and Global Consumer Culture|
|Globalization and Media Development in Asia's Four Tigers: Singapore, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and South Korea|
|Singapore: The Role of Mass Media in National Development|
|Mass Communication and Development in Hong Kong|
|Press Freedom and Social Democratization in Taiwan|
|South Korea's Society and Its Media|
|Globalization, Media Imperialism, and Dependency as Communications Frameworks|
|Impact of the Electronic Media on the Arab World|
|Technology Diffusion and the Global Village|
|The Changing Shape of Global Telecommunications|