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International and Development Communication

International and Development Communication
A 21st-Century Perspective

Edited by:
  • Bella Mody - University of Colorado, Boulder,India, Michigan State Unversity

June 2003 | 320 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
This book has the chapters from the Handbook of International and Intercultural Communication, Second Edition relating to the structure and growth of international and development communication. With expanded introductions by Bella Mody to both fields it is an invaluable resource for students and lecturers of communications studies.
Bella Mody
Introduction to International Communication
Stephen McDowell
Ch.1 Theory and Research in International Communication: An Historical and Institutional Account
Edward A. Comor
Ch. 2 Media Corporations in the Age of Globalization
Oliver Boyd-Barrett
Ch. 3 Global Communication Orders
Thomas L. Jacobson and Won Yang Jang
Ch. 4 Mediated War, Peace, and Global Civil Society
K. Viswanath and Liren Zeng
Ch. 5 Transnational Advertising
Bella Mody and Anselm Lee
Ch. 6 The Global-Local Dialectic and Polysemic Effects
Sandra Braman
Ch. 7 A Pandemonic Age: The Future of Internationall Communications Theory and Research
Bella Mody
Introduction to Development Communication
Srinivas R. Melkote
Ch. 8 Theories of Development Communication
Silvio Waisbord
Ch. 9 State, Development, and Communication
Leslie Snyder
Ch. 10 Development Communication Campaigns
J. P. Singh
Ch. 11 Communication Technology and Development: Instrumental, Institutional, Participatory, and Strategic Approaches
Robert Huesca
Ch. 12 Participatory Approaches to Communication for Development
Leslie Steeves
Ch. 13 Development Communication as Marketing, Collective Resistence, and Spiritual Awakening: A Feminist Critique
Karin Wilkins
Ch 14 International Development Communication: Proposing a Research Agenda for a New Era

"Mody ties together much of the book with the currently compelling concept of globalization.  For scholars it provides a wealth of current references and sketches a historical overview that is mostly absent in other volumes that attempt a summary like this one."


Emilie McAnany
Santa Clara University

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