Communications Media in the Information Society

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Wadsworth Publishing Company, Jan 1, 1997 - Information technology - 490 pages
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Contents

Communications Media Policy and Ethics
88
Newspapers Books and Magazines
144
Newsletters House Organs and Micropublishing
161
Copyright

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About the author (1997)

DR. JOSEPH D. STRAUBHAAR is the Amon G. Carter Centennial Professor of Communications and Media Studies Director in the Radio-TV-Film Department of the University of Texas at Austin. He was the Director of the Center for Brazilian Studies within the Lozano Long Institute for Latin American Studies. He is also Associate Director for International Programs of the Telecommunication and Information Policy Institute at the University of Texas. He has published books, articles, and essays on international communications, global media, digital inclusion, international telecommunications, Brazilian television, Latin American media, comparative analyses of new television technologies, media flow and culture, and other topics appearing in a number of journals, edited books, and elsewhere. His primary teaching, research, and writing interests are in global media, international communication and cultural theory, the digital divide in the U.S. and other countries, and comparative analysis of new technologies. He does research in Latin America, Asia, and Africa, and has taken student groups to Latin America and Asia. He has presented seminars abroad on media research, television programming strategies, and telecommunications privatization. He is on the editorial board for the Communications Theory, Studies in Latin American Popular Culture, and Revista Intercom. Visit Joe Straubhaar on the Web at http: //rtf.utexas.edu/faculty/jstraubhaar.html

DR. ROBERT LAROSE is a Full Professor in the Department of Telecommunication, Information Studies, and Media at Michigan State University and serves as director of the Media and Information Studies Ph.D. program. He won Outstanding Article Award for the year in the field of communication from the International Communication Association, and also the McQuail Award for the Best Article Advancing Communication Theory from Amsterdam School of Communication Research for his 2010 paper, The Problem of Media Habits. He conducts research on the uses and effects of the Internet. He has published and presented numerous articles, essays, and book chapters on computer-mediated communication, social cognitive explanations of the Internet and its effects on behavior, understanding Internet usage, privacy, and more. In addition to his teaching and research, he is an avid watercolor painter and traveler. Visit Robert LaRose on the Web at http: //www.msu.edu/ larose

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