Global information and world communication : new frontiers in international relations / Hamid Mowlana.
By: Mowlana, HamidMaterial type: Text 1997Edition: 2nd edDescription: xiii, 270 p. : ill. ; 24 cmISBN: 076195256X; 9780761952565; 0761952578 (pbk.); 9780761952572 (pbk.)Subject(s): Communication, InternationalAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Global information and world communication.DDC classification: 302.23
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Includes bibliographical references (p. -260) and index.
1. World Politics in Transition: New Frontiers in International Relations -- 2. International Flow of Information: A Framework of Analysis -- 3. News and Views: Designing the World's Symbolic Environment -- 4. Broadcasting the World: National and International Images -- 5. Cultural Industry: From Books to Computers -- 6. Political Economy of Information: Transnational Data Flows -- 7. International Interactions: Travel and Tourism -- 8. Human Flow Across National Boundaries: Intercultural Communication -- 9. Information Technology: Developing Communication Systems and Policies -- 10. Communication and Development: The Emerging Orders -- 11. International Communication Research: From Functionalism to Postmodernism and Beyond -- 12. The Unfinished Revolution: The Crisis Of Our Age.
Global Information and World Communication offers a comprehensive analysis of international communication systems and the global flow of information. In a full examination of the 'information revolution', Hamid Mowlana deals with this phenomenon in mass communications, telecommunications and new media, and in varying contexts: political, economic, cultural, technological, military, legal and professional. Global Information and World Communication will be essential reading for students and scholars of communication, media studies, journalism, international relations, political science, sociology and international development.