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ERIC Number: ED362924
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1993-Aug
Pages: 829
Abstractor: N/A
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Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (76th, Kansas City, Missouri, August 11-14, l993). Part XII: Foreign and International Media.
Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.
The Foreign and International Media section of this collection of conference presentations contains the following 27 papers: "Cultural Orientation in Turkey: Are The Theorists Right about the Effects of Imported Cultural Products?" (Christine Ogan); "The Role of Mass Media in a Newly Emerging Democracy: The Latvian Case Study" (Bruce J. Evensen); "Global TV News in Developing Countries: CNN's Expansion to Egypt" (Joe S. Foote and Hussein Amin); "West German and U.S. Journalists: Similarities and Differences in the l990s" (David Weaver and others); "The Price Was Right--Or Was It? The l991 British Commercial Broadcasting Franchise Auction and the New ITV" (Susan Q. Johnson and Joe S. Foote); "Goodbye to the Global Village: Entertainment TV Patterns in 50 Countries" (Anne Cooper-Chen); "U.S. Communication Policies Regarding Foreign Ownership of Media Outlets and Producers" (Xuejun Yu); "Historic Images of Disability: Indian and European Comic Art Traditions" (Aruna Rao and Beth Haller); "'Newstrack'-Video News in India: Elite 'Westernized Popular Culture' and the Representational Politics of Class" (Pauline Chakravartty); "Class, Race and Poverty: Constructing a 'Third World' Other in Popular Films" (Pauline Chakravartty); "How Local Editors View Their Changing Communities: A Study of the Attitudes of British Weekly Editors" (Garrett W. Ray); "Constructing the Post-Colonial Woman in Kenya: A Textual Analysis of Nairobi's 'Daily Nation'" (Nancy Worthington); "National Sovereignty Reconsidered: The Human Rights to Communicate and Intrusive International Broadcasting" (Tim Gallimore); "Telecommunications Development in China: Recent Changes and Policy Implications" (Zhaoxu Yan); "Interpersonally Rich and Media Poor: A Descriptive Study of the Mass Media Use of 'Occupationally Elite' Mexicans" (Dennis W. Jeffers and others); "Journalism Frustration: Caught between the Two Masters--A Study of Critical Reporting in China" (Yanmin Yu); "Think Global, Act Local: India's Bangalore Technopolis" (Debashis Aikat and Arvind Singhal); "The Rise and Fall of the 'World Economic Herald,' 1980-1989" (Jinguo Shen); "Broadcast News in Japan: NHK and NTV" (Jay K. Miller); "Colonial Broadcasting: Philosophies in British Africa 1924-1968" (Paul R. van der Veur); "Reflections of Cultural Values: A Content Analysis of Chinese Magazine Ads from 1982 and 1992" (Hong Cheng); "Emergence of a Private Press in Socialist Tanzania: A Study of Media Worker Perceptions" (Paul Grosswiler); "Telecommunications Policymaking in Japan: A Case Study in Elite Power Group Conflict and Comprise" (Roya Akhavan-Majid); "A Crisis of the South Korean Media: The Rise of Civil Society and Democratic Transition" (Jae-kyoung Lee); "Press and Political Liberalization in Taiwan" (Kuldip R. Rampal); "The Sinking of La Cing, France's First General Commercial Network" (Alvi McWilliams); and "Australian Journalists, Confidential Sources and the Court Room: Toward an Evidentiary Privilege for Reporters" (Mark Pearson). (NH)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
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Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.