International Communication: History, Conflict, and Control of the Global Metropolis
The text moves from an overview of International Communication systems and their role in politics to a brief discussion of the technical capabilities and constraints of those systems. The next five chapters discuss the history and development of international systems and a final chapter outlines future possibilities. Throughout the book there is an emphasis on systems and structures, the architecture of international communication.
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