Democratizing Communication?: Comparative Perspectives on Information and Power
Mashoed Bailie, Dwayne Roy Winseck
Hampton Press, 1997 - Social Science - 450 pages
This volume considers the implications of recent, economic and technological restructuring for public communication. It explores how instrumental conceptions of communication divorced from concepts of citizenship, power and democracy frustrate the potentials of the technologies.
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