Freedom of information in a post 9-11 world
Charles H. Sides
Baywood Publishing Company, Incorporated, 2006 - Political Science - 206 pages
Freedom of Information in a Post 9-11 World is, to date, the first international scholarly examination of the impact of the terrorist attack on the United States in terms of how it may alter academic and corporate research, as well as the sharing of information generated by that research, by international colleagues in technological fields. The collection of essays brings together a widely varied panel of communications experts from different backgrounds and cultures to focus their expertise on the ramifications of this world-changing event. Drawing upon the related but separate disciplines of law, interpersonal communication, semiotics, rhetoric, management, information sciences, and education, the collection adds new insight to the potential future challenges high-tech professionals and academics will face in a global community that now seems much less communal than it did prior to September 11, 2001.Intended Audience: Communications scholars and students in technical, scientific, and business disciplines-particularly those that participate in the global marketplace.
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