World communication report: the media and the challenge of the new technologies
Discover an up-to-date global picture of technological changes in communication, analysis of transformations in the world's media landscapes, and an examination of the relations between public authorities, information and democracy.
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Handbook of New Media: Social Shaping and Consequences of ICTs
Leah A Lievrouw,Sonia Livingstone
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