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Broadcasting in the Third World

Promise and Performance

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ISBN 9780674494152

Publication Date: 01/25/1978

305 pages

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  • I. Promise
    • 1. The Problem of Development and the Promise of Broadcasting
  • II. Process
    • 2. Broadcasting Structures in the Developing Countries
    • 3. The Transfer of Broadcasting
    • 4. The Interaction of Broadcasting and Established Institutions
  • III. Performance
    • 5. Programming Patterns
    • 6. Promise and Performance
  • IV. Prospect
    • 7. Are There Other Ways?
  • Appendixes
    • A. Supplementary Tables
    • B. Methodology
    • C. Levels of Development of Ninety-one Selected Countries
  • Notes
  • Index

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