Listing some 500 relevant sources, this volume is divided into two
major parts. The first part identifies and discusses the literature
on media-government relationship as well as press-freedom issues
around the world. The second part presents and analyzes relevant
literature on development communication issues, tracing the history
of the development communication concept or model and providing
detailed analysis of research in the use of communication for
development. Following both sections are selected bibliographies in
the areas of political communication and development communication.
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