Political Economy, Communication and Knowledge by Cesar Bolano
A Latin American Perspective (International Association for Media and Communication Research)

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Recent changes in the economic and political world scenario have been dominated by an increasing globalizing process and a constant capital mobilization. This process has left a significant mark on nation-based economies and cultural systems, giving a prominent role to the economic agencies and sectors involved in information and communication industries. The influence and side-effects of this new scenario for public policies in sourthern countries are uncertain. The present volume provides the analytical and conceptual framework from which to explore the issue of political economy of communication, with a special emphasis on Latin American countries

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Published March 19, 2012 by Hampton Pr. 310 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Education & Reference.

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