Global Communication: Theories, Stakeholders, and Trends
Discussing the major trends, stakeholders, and global activities involved in international communications this text places emphasis on the history of the international communications debate, developed initially within the halls of UNESCO.
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THE GROWING IMPACT OF THE MEDIA
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