ERIC Number: ED169586
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1978
Reference Count: 0
Issues in Communication. No. 2.
International Inst. of Communications, London (England).
This book, the second of a series published annually by the International Institute of Communications (IIC), is based on the papers and discussions of the IIC's Annual Conference and provides a survey of major issues in communication. The five subject headings are: Global Communications: Orders and Patterns, Space Communications, Information and Law, Communications and Community, and The Right to Communicate. Specific topics discussed are: a new international communication order; a global communications order; patterns of information flows; interaction and freedom; the International Television Flows Project; the future of United States space communications; the legal regulation of information and data processing; the Nordic satellite project and international law; communication in rural communities in developing countries; modernization, communication, and community development; the role of telecommunications in socioeconomic development; and how to achieve the right to communicate. (TJ)
Descriptors: Communications, Communications Satellites, Community, Data Processing, Developing Nations, Foreign Countries, Information Processing, International Communication, International Law, Telecommunications, Television
Publication Coordinator, International Institute of Communication, Tavistock House East, Tavistock Square, London, WC1H 9LG England
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Opinion Papers
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: International Inst. of Communications, London (England).
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