Information, Ideology and Communication: The New Nations' Perspectives on an Intellectual Revolution
By: Arnold Gibbons (author)Paperback
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Discusses the politics of internationalism and the ideology which is central to understanding the division of the world into the information-rich and information-poor countries. Tells the story of the continuing struggle by the poor countries for a stake in the information age, and analyzes the challenge posed by information and information technology in the developing world. A useful text for students of communications, journalism, and political science.
Arnold Gibbons is Associate Professor of Communications at Hunter College in New York.
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