This book offers historical perspectives on struggles to use the instruments of state and political participation - power, inter-governmental treaties and declarations, and various forms of political advocacy and protest politics - to articulate the concept of communication as a fundamental right.
Citizen journalism has radically altered traditional news and information flows, encouraging greater interaction and interdependence. What challenges does this development pose?
This book explores the history, present and future of global communication, introducing and explaining the theories, stories and flows of information and media that affect us all.
This book from the Poynter Institute offers an evolved set of guidelines and principles for journalists, students, and mass communicators, with chapters by 14 of media’s top practitioners.