Communication and Human Rights This book It sets forth and underlines the historical, intellectual, philosophical, and theoretical roots of communication as a human right. 'The main argument is that, although there is an implicit relationship between the Right to Communicate and the previous literature and research in this field of study, the study of communication lacks an explicit link between the fields of communication and human rights' (Introduction).
Six chapters cover: 'Is Communication a Basic Human Right?', 'Early Context of the Right to Communicate', 'A Debate on What Is a Right to Communicate', 'Philosphical Foundation of Communication as a Human Right', 'Toward a Theorization of Communication as a Human Right', and 'The Question of the Right to Communicate'.
Kendall Hunt, USA, (2009). Paperback 210pp. ISBN 978-0-7575-6406-2.