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eBook Transnational Communications: Wiring the Third World (Communication and Human Values) ePub

by Gerald Sussman,John A. Lent

  • ISBN: 0803937660
  • Category: Words Language and Grammar
  • Subcategory: Reference
  • Author: Gerald Sussman,John A. Lent
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: SAGE Publications, Inc; 1 edition (March 29, 1991)
  • Pages: 344
  • ePub book: 1114 kb
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Transnational Communications book. Gerald Sussman, John A. Lent.

Transnational Communications book. This book is a critical analysis of telematics industries in the Philippines, Caribbean, sub-Saharan Africa, Mexico, Malaysia, Brazil, India and Singapore.

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Transnational Communications : Wiring the Third World. Part of the Communication and Human Values Series).

Gerald Sussman, and John A. Lent, ed. (1991). eds) Information and Communication in Economics. Recent Economic Thought Series, vol 32. Springer, Dordrecht. Transnational Communications: Wiring the Third World. Newbury Park, California: Sage.

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See ‘Introduction: Critical Perspectives on Communication and Third World Development’ in Gerald Sussman and John A. Lent (eds), Transnational Communications: Wiring the Third World (Newbury Park, CA: Sage, 1991) pp. 1–26.

Transnational Communications by John A. Lent, March 29, 1991, Sage Publications, Inc . Transnational Communications. Wiring the Third World (Communication and Human Values).

Transnational Communications. Published March 29, 1991 by Sage Publications, Inc.

Communication and Human Values Transnational Communications : Wiring the Third World Vol. 7 by Gerald Sussman, John A. Lent, Sussman And Lent Paperback, 344 Pages, Published 1991 by Sage Publications, Inc ISBN-13: 978-0-8039-3766-6, ISBN. Lent, Sussman And Lent Paperback, 344 Pages, Published 1991 by Sage Publications, Inc ISBN-13: 978-0-8039-3766-6, ISBN: 0-8039-3766-0.

Transnational communications: Wiring the Third World Sussman, . & Lent, J. A. (Ed. Global productions: Labor in the making of the Information Society.

Transnational communications: Wiring the Third World. Newbury Park, CA: Sage. Sussman, . Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press. The office farther back: Business services, productivity, and the offshore back office. In P. Harker (E., The service quality and productivity chal- lenge (pp. 203–224).

The book offers an integrated approach to understanding the working of electronic means of communication that are hybrid media combining human and mediated communication.

This is one of the first attempts to do so in a systematic, comprehensive way. It challenges the assumption that Western theories of human communication and mass communication have universal applicability. The book offers an integrated approach to understanding the working of electronic means of communication that are hybrid media combining human and mediated communication. These new media that are often presented as universal are even more culture-bound than the traditional media.

This book is a critical analysis of telematics industries in the Philippines, Caribbean, sub-Saharan Africa, Mexico, Malaysia, Brazil, India and Singapore. The study contrasts with most previous studies of the `information society′ - which focus on the US, Japan and the EEC. Noted scholars make contributions that fill a gap in the literature on communications policy and communications development, in particular national and international political-economic and policy aspects. Topics such as satellites, television, computer systems and links with international communications are discussed as well as specific policy issues which have arisen in opposition to the First World′s continuing media and data monopolies.