Media and Development in the Middle East

Adams, David M.
July 2006
Transformation (02653788);Jul2006, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p170
Academic Journal
Emphasizes the role of mass media in implementing participatory communication in development. Role of the media in shaping public opinion and transforming cultures; Communication process provided by Everett Rogers and Wilbur Schramm; Impact of people and communities on approaches to development communication; Overview of research into the effect of media on its audience.


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