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ERIC Number: ED136276
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1975
Reference Count: 0
Developing World and Mass Media.
International Organization of Journalists, Prague (Czechoslovakia).
This volume presents six keynote papers submitted by noted scholars to the Working Group on Mass Media and Developing Nations at the International Scientific Conference of the International Association for Mass Communication Research held at Leipzig, Germany, in September 1974. The following titles are included: "Mass Media and Developing Nations: A Global Perspective of Mass Communication and Its Research" (Kaarle Nordenstreng), "The Press in the Developing Countries of Asia and Africa: Its Social and Class Character and Function" (Azad Khadian Talivaya Ibragimov), "Mass Media in the Developing World: Four Conundrums" (John A. Lent), "Tasks and Problems of Mass Media in the Political, Ideological, Economic, and Cultural Process of Transformations in the Countries of Sub-Saharan Africa" (Werner Ullrich), "Communication Research in Latin America: The Blindfolded Inquiry?" (Luis Ramiro Baltran S.), and "The Formation and Development of National Languages and Their Importance for the Creation of Indigenous Mass Media in Africa" (Siegmund Brauner). (KS)
Publication Type: Speeches/Meeting Papers
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: International Organization of Journalists, Prague (Czechoslovakia).
Note: Keynote papers presented at the International Scientific Conference of the International Association for Mass Communication Research (Leipzig, German Democratic Republic, September 17-20, 1974)