Understanding Media Policies: A European Perspective
Springer, Aug 21, 2012 - Social Science - 284 pages
Leading scholars investigate media policies in Europe, inquiring into the regulatory practices, policy tools and institutional features of media policy-making in 14 countries. The book offers a fresh assessment of the ways European media policies are formulated and identifies the factors that exert an influence throughout the process.
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