International and Development Communication: A 21st-Century Perspective / Edition 1 available in Paperback
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International and Development Communication: A 21st Century Perspective examines the exciting field of international and development communication and illustrates how this field of study is composed and how it has grown. Derived from the successful Handbook of International and Intercultural Communication, Second Edition, this book opens with an updated and expanded introduction by Bella Mody, showcasing the effects of globalization, and contains those chapters from the Handbook that deal with international and development communication.
The book, divided into two parts, revolves around media institutions and the conditions under which they have been used by the state and private capital. Part One covers international communication and presents the thinking of several well-known authors from areas such as South Asia, East Asia, Europe, and North America. Part Two focuses on development communication applications by various active researchers and professors, drawn from Latin America, South Asia, and North America.
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About the Author
Bella Mody (Ph.D., Gujarat University; M.A., University of Pennsylvania; B.A. Ranchi University) served as chair of the International and Development Communication Division of ICA from 1999 to 2001 and is a consultant to international and nongovernmental organizations. Her research interests include international media, communication technology application in developing countries, and gender, ethnicity, and class.
Table of ContentsPART I: INTERNATIONAL COMMUNICATION Introduction to International Communication - Bella Mody Ch.1 Theory and Research in International Communication: An Historical and Institutional Account - Stephen McDowell Ch. 2 Media Corporations in the Age of Globalization - Edward A. ComorCh. 3 Global Communication Orders - Oliver Boyd-Barrett Ch. 4 Mediated War, Peace, and Global Civil Society - Thomas L. Jacobson and Won Yang Jang Ch. 5 Transnational Advertising - K. Viswanath and Liren Zeng Ch. 6 The Global-Local Dialectic and Polysemic Effects - Bella Mody and Anselm Lee Ch. 7 A Pandemonic Age: The Future of Internationall Communications Theory and Research - Sandra BramanPART II: DEVELOPMENT COMMUNICATION Introduction to Development Communication - Bella Mody Ch. 8 Theories of Development Communication - Srinivas R. Melkote Ch. 9 State, Development, and Communication - Silvio Waisbord Ch. 10 Development Communication Campaigns - Leslie Snyder Ch. 11 Communication Technology and Development: Instrumental, Institutional, Participatory, and Strategic Approaches - J. P. Singh Ch. 12 Participatory Approaches to Communication for Development - Robert Huesca Ch. 13 Development Communication as Marketing, Collective Resistence, and Spiritual Awakening: A Feminist Critique - Leslie Steeves Ch 14 International Development Communication: Proposing a Research Agenda for a New Era - Karin Wilkins