Global Communication

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Yahya R. Kamalipour
Thomson Wadsworth, 2007 - Business & Economics - 356 pages
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Develop an understanding of significant economic, cultural, legal, social, and political issues in the exciting field of global communication with Diggs-Brown's GLOBAL COMMUNICATION presents. From history and theories to future trends, this indispensable and highly informative volume brings together illuminating writings and diverse perspectives by prominent scholars in mass media, journalism, and international studies.

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Contents

Drawing a Bead on Global Communication Theories
22
Global Economy and International Telecommunications
39
The Transnational Media Corporation and the Economics
55
Copyright

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Yahya R. Kamalipour is professor and head, Department of Communication and Creative Arts, Purdue University Calumet, Hammond, Indiana, U.S.A. His areas of research include globalization, media impact, international communication, stereotyping, and new communication technologies. Kamalipour has 10 published books. He is founder and managing editor of a groundbreaking electronic publication, GLOBAL MEDIA JOURNAL (www.globalmediajournal.com), with editions in Arabic, English, Chinese, and Spanish. Kamalipour has given presentations in Egypt, Canada, China, Iran, Kenya, Mexico, Slovenia, United States, and taught courses at universities in Ohio, Illinois, Missouri, Indiana, Iran, and Oxford (England). In addition to numerous mass media appearances and interviews, his articles have appeared in professional and mainstream publications in the U.S. and abroad. Kamalipour earned his Ph.D. degree in Communication from University of Missouri-Columbia, M.A. degree in Mass Media from University of Wisconsin-Superior, and B.A. degree in Mass Communication from Minnesota State University.

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