Ethnic minorities, electronic media and the public sphere: a comparative approach

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Hampton Press, Mar 2, 2005 - Computers - 255 pages
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There has been an increase in the numbers and types of electronic media outlets through which ethnic minorities can express themselves. This book examines the nature of that participation in several European nations as well as North America, Australia, Japan, New Zealand, South Africa and selected nations in Latin America, Africa and Asia.

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What Are the Ethnic Minority Electronic Media?
Policies and Policymaking
Audience as Community Community as Audience

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Dr. Donald R. Browne is a professor and chair of the Department of Speech-Communication at the University of Minnesota. He has studied and written about broadcast systems, drawing on his experience as an overseas correspondent for the Voice of America and an international broadcast consultant. In addition to teaching at the University of Minnesota, Browne has taught courses in comparative and international broadcasting at Boston University, Purdue University, and the American University of Beirut.

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