Media Development Article Index 

This is a listing of all authors and articles published in Media Development since 1970. Articles

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1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979     1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989    
1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999     2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009    
2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

Surname
Initials
Date-Issue
Title

Clarke

A. C.

1970-1

Beyond Babel

Dentan

J.

1970-1

Genève au rendez-vous de la presse européenne

Dillistone

F. W.

1970-1

Basic communication forms and methods

Florin

H. W.

1970-1

Development, dialogue and information

Hymmen

F. W.

1970-1

Information: Competitions, festivals and prizes

Hymmen

F. W.

1970-1

Information: Programme forms, problems and experiments

Johnson

P. A.

1970-1

WACC: A new instrument for a new decade

Linz

M.

1970-1

Studio-Beitrag: Berliner Jesus

Linz

M. 

1970-1

How free should television be?

McEldowney

J. E.

1970-1

From and about WACC

Ogawa

M. S.

1970-1

Midnight broadcasts/A bridge between teenager and adult

Robertson

E. H.

1970-1

Human communication thoughts and questions

Robertson

E. H.

1970-1

Space communication

Stammler

E.

1970-1

Die Kirche im privaten Rundfunk

van den Heuvel

A. 

1970-1

WCC: Problems and threats

van den Heuvel

A.

1970-1

WCC as a communication model

Beckmann

K-M.

1970-2

Rasse, Entwicklung und Kommunikation

de Vries

M.

1970-2

Intervox, a new information venture

Florin

H. W.

1970-2

Kommunikation Wesensmerkmal der Mission, der Diakonie und des Entwicklungsdienstes

Fore

W. F.

1970-2

The Driebergen consultation

Fore

W. F.

1970-2

Profile: The Rev. Frederick R. Wilson

Itty

C.

1970-2

Trust the people in the Third World

Price

N.

1970-2

Media: Key to development

Robertson

E. H.

1970-2

The WACC is in development

Schmid-Ospach

M.

1970-2

The magic word cassette

Stahler

R.

1970-2

Cultes par la radio et la television

Ward

B.

1970-2

The unknown seventies

Anderson

D. E.

1970-3

Computer assisted dial access video retrieval system

Ely

D.

1970-3

Utilizing instructional media in adult education

Ferguson

J.

1970-3

A Christian in the open university

Geisendörfer

R.

1970-3

Perspektiven des publizistischen Handelns der Kirche

Hessler

H-W.

1970-3

Profile: Robert Geisendörfer

Kennedy

W.

1970-3

Education in world ecumenical organizations

Matthews

J. W.

1970-3

Grandsons or grandfathers

McEldowney

J. E.

1970-3

Christian communication

Montagnon

P. 

1970-3

The open university and the BBC

Rudin

R.

1970-3

Avec la télévision changer l'éducation

Viehweger

K.

1970-3

Wozu taugen unsere Erziehungssysteme?

Wall

J. M.

1970-3

Film education in the USA

Waterston

W. K.

1970-3

The communications gap

Aske

S.

1971-1

Radio voice of the Gospel         Top

Badejo

E. V.

1971-1

Broadcasting in a developing Nigeria

Badejo

E. V.

1971-1

Radio and television credibility

de Villiers

B.

1971-1

The breakdown of communications in South Africa

Fashade

E. M.

1971-1

Training in the use of audio-visuals

Hislop

G.

1971-1

Tendencies in African church music

Klee

H-D.

1971-1

Erfahrungen und Probleme der Programmgestaltung von Rundfunksendungen nach Afrika

Macan

P.

1971-1

Segregation - a basic barrier

Nyahwa

S.

1971-1

Multimedia Zambia

Pache

A.

1971-1

L'impact des moyens de communication sur la societé

Peter

J.

1971-1

Son of Man

Pia

J.

1971-1

The Parish Minister - a Vital Role

Robertson

E. H.

1971-1

Christian broadcasting in Africa

Sembene

O.

1971-1

Taw et moi

Singleton

T.

1971-1

The purposes of CEDO

Chappuis

J-M.

1971-2

La collaboration de la presse, de la radio et de la television en Suisse Romande

Conklin

G. C.

1971-2

Minority news coverage in San Francisco

Henkys

R.

1971-2

Nachrichten - Kirche - Manipulation

Hofmann

W.

1971-2

Von Monte Carlo nach Baden-Baden

Lower

E. W.

1971-2

Fairness, balance and equal time

Meyer

E.

1971-2

Institut International de la Presse

Morgan

D.

1971-2

Book review: A Day in the Life of God

Oestreicher

P.

1971-2

Knowing how the other half lives - communication from Europe to Europe

Parker

E. C.

1971-2

News treatment of minorities

Roper

D. G

1971-2

Religion is news

Thompson

B.

1971-2

Communication or cosmetics - the role of information in policy formation

Wiebe

G. D.

1971-2

The Black Manifesto

Bahr

H-E.

1972-1

Medien für alle?

         Top

Dahmen

G.

1972-1

Theology and mass-media

Fore

W. F.

1972-1

Communication, technology and participative democracy

Lowe

H. F.

1972-1

Understanding cassettes

Macy

J. W.

1972-1

Public broadcasting

Olumide

Y.

1972-1

The future and the function of the media

Ota

F. T.

1972-1

Recent developments in communication technology in Japan

Robertson

E. H.

1972-1

Implications and applications of satellite broadcasting

Robertson

E. H.

1972-1

Ecumenical satellite commission and the significance of the ITU-Conference, Geneva 1971

Schneider

E. A.

1972-1

The poor live by hope and the rich live by defensiveness

Wilbur

M. C

1972-1

Public relations council

Wythe

S. E.

1972-1

Communicating and the effect on communicating

Fehler

W.

1972-2

Olympische Spiele München 1972 in Hörfunk und Fernsehen

Galloway

G.

1972-2

An "off the shelf" update on video cassette machines

Halloran

J. D.

1972-2

Communication, churches and development

Hufen

F.

1972-2

Radio strategy at the end of an age

Hymmen

F. W.

1972-2

Satelliten-Zukunft Illusionen un Realitäten

Hymmen

F. W.

1972-2

Kabelfernsehen aus deutscher Sicht Fakten, Überlegungen, Vermutungen

Johnson

P.

1972-2

Turning point at Leicester meeting of the WACC Central Committee

Mack

S. F.

1972-2

Cable information service

Parker

E. C.

1972-2

Report on cable

Pomeroy

D.

1972-2

Church and cinema

Robertson

E. H.

1972-2

Book review: The Process and Effects of Mass Communication

Smith

D. D.

1972-2

Educational satellite communication

Ellul

J.

1972-3

Book review: Violence

Fore

W. F.

1972-3

Television and violence in the United States

Gollwitzer

H.

1972-3

Das Problem der Gewalt in der Christlichen Ethik

Green

T.

1972-3

Book review: The Universal Eye

Halloran

J. D.

1972-3

The mass media and violence

Head

S.

1972-3

Book review: Broadcasting in America

Hymmen

F. W.

1972-3

Ost-West Begegnungen bei Fernsehwettbewerben

Kendall

R. E.

1972-3

Rhodesia - a touchstone in Africa for Christian faith

Schmid-Ospach

M.

1972-3

Von Obszönität zu Brutalität

Townsend

B.

1972-3

Book review: Pal Colour Television

van den Heuvel

A.

1972-3

Racism and communication

Castro

E.

1972-4

Ecumenismo y Comunicación Masiva en América Latina

Castro

E.

1972-4

Ecumenism and media

Encina

P. L. P.

1972-4

El Diálogo entre Cristianos y Marxistas en Chile

Encina

P. L. P.

1972-4

Mass media and the Christian-Marxist dialogue in Chile

Hessler

H-W.

1972-4

Kommunikation in Lateinamerika

Kaplún

M.

1972-4

América Latina La Incomunicada

Kaplún

M.

1972-4

Latin America Incommunicado

Oliveira

M.

1972-4

¿Es un Sistema Impenetrable?

Oliveira

M.

1972-4

Make new ways to communicate

Wells

A.

1972-4

Book review: Picture-Tube Imperialism?

Wells

A.

1972-4

Book review: The Pelican Latin American Library

Zapata

R.

1972-4

Capacitación en comunicaciones

Zapata

R.

1972-4

Training in Christian communication

Hamelink

C.

1973-1

Mass media alienation and emancipation: An ethical exploration

         Top

Harpprecht

K.

1973-1

Far removed from the seriousness of German television: Impressions of American TV

Hessler

H-W.

1973-1

Basic problems of communication

Hurley

N. P.

1973-1

Satellites for Latin America risks and opportunities

Kannenberg

H.

1973-1

O confronto entre Culturas e meios de comunicão

Kannenberg

H.

1973-1

Kulturelle Integration und Massenmedien

Robertson

E. H.

1973-1

Operation SACI: The Brazilian satellite experiment

Salinger

P.

1973-1

Politique et mass media - La recherche d'un équilibre hypothétique

Bachmann

J.

1973-2

Communication of the Gospel is more than Proclamation

Chambron

M.

1973-2

Radio et Télévision en Afrique francophone

Dill

R.

1973-2

Chancen und Probleme der Satelliten-Kommunikation

Kaiser

G.

1973-2

Radio and religious departments in Africa

Kolosov

Y.

1973-2

An East-Bloc View of Global TV

Ouimet

A.

1973-2

ANIK I

Robertson

E. H.

1973-2

Radio Juba

Robertson

E. H.

1973-2

Book review: Marconi

Zapata

R.

1973-2

Consultation for Latin American Christian communicators

Böll

H.

1973-3

Einmischung erwünscht

Fore

W. F.

1973-3

The Nixon Administration and the First Amendment

Morris

C.

1973-3

The silent preventers

O'Higgins

P.

1973-3

Censorship in Britain

Pessoa

F. L.

1973-3

Brésil: Oppression et Répression

Schneider

N. 

1973-3

Kirche als Agentur der Fürsprache

Sölle

D.

1973-3

Freiheit als Befreiung: Eine theologische Reflektion

McCormack

A.

1974-1

Churches and world population: A suggested approach in view of world population year 1974

                   Top

Robertson

E. H.

1974-1

Population and Christian communication

Sai

F.

1974-1

Africa: Analysis of future population pressure

Vittachi

T.

1974-1

Asia: Population as a problem of communication

Ward

B.

1974-1

Relationship between environment, population and development

Wülker

G.

1974-1

China: das größte Volk der Erde und seine Bevölkerungsprobleme

Bahr

H-E.

1974-2

Entwicklung der reichen Gesellschaften

Chappuis

J-M.

1974-2

L'eglise, un contre-modèle dans la société de communication?

Janke

H.

1974-2

Book review: Denunziation bestehender Zustände

Junod

A.

1974-2

René Berger: La mutation des signes

Maynard

E. H.

1974-2

Can Christian communication change people?

Spencer

H. C.

1974-2

WACC: Past, present and future

Caspary

A.

1974-3

Theology of liberation

Ellul

J.

1974-3

L'information aliénante

Fore

W. F.

1974-3

USA: Watergate and Cambodia - where the media almost failed

Fore

W. F.

1974-3

Book review: Publications on Broadcasting and Change - An Annotated Bibliography

Frank

B.

1974-3

Bundesrepublik Deutschland: Sehverhalten und Interesse der Fernsehzuschauer gegenüber kirchlichen Sendungen

Nelson

R.

1974-3

Cameroon: Fulani language broadcasts from radio voice of the Gospel

Robertson

E. H.

1974-3

The political impact of the mass media

Vittoz

P.

1974-3

Cameroon: The Protestant Literature Centre and its work

Amiot-Priso

D.

1974-4

Le rôle de la radiodiffusion africaine

Campbell

G.

1974-4

Access of the mass media to marginal groups in Mexico

Dallard

G.

1974-4

Broadcasting in New Zealand

Durieux

C.

1974-4

La puissance de l'ORTF

Fore

W. F.

1974-4

Political access and election reform in the USA

Fore

W. F.

1974-4

The cultural effect of television

Grisewood

H.

1974-4

Political access to the media in the United Kingdom

Halloran

J. D.

1974-4

Communication and change

Robertson

E. H.

1974-4

Book review: Acoustic Techniques for Home and Studio by F. Alton Everest

Schneider

N.

1974-4

Die Möglichkeit einer produktiven Gegnerschaft zwischen den Massenmedien und den Mächtigen

Wall

J. M.

1974-4

Film Review: The Exorcist

Class

H.

1975-1

Publizistik als wesentliche und unaufgebbare Funktion der Kirche

                   Top

Jayaweera

N.

1975-1

Political access to media in Sri Lanka

Kaiser

G.

1975-1

Religious Departments in Government Owned Broadcasting Stations

Kekkonen

U.

1975-1

Freier Umlauf der Information

Rapp

H. R.

1975-1

Isolierung trotz Massenkommunikation

Schmidt

R-R.

1975-1

Das Bild der Kirche in den Medien

Serutla

S.

1975-1

Political access of minority groups in Africa

Wallenreiter

C.

1975-1

Für fie Freiheit der Gesellschaft

Chambron

M.

1975-2

Afrique francophone

Gilbertson

G.

1975-2

Christian communication in the Southwest Pacific

Hess

D. E.

1975-2

The New Regionalism NAWACC Who? What? Where?

Isteero

A.

1975-2

Christian communication in the Middle East

Zachariah

M.

1975-2

Christian literature in a Non-Christian Land

Zapata

R.

1975-2

The New WACC in Latin America

Berger

R.

1975-3

Inventer les voies de l'invention

Dubois-Dumee

J-P.

1975-3

Télérama

Hilke

J.

1975-3

WCC Assembly in Kenya

Janke

H.

1975-3

Media education

Makunike

E. C.

1975-3

Christian communication models and training in Africa

Martin

D.

1975-3

The educated and the educators

Richard-Molard

G.

1975-3

France: Journée œcuménique des moyens de communication sociale

Robertson

E.

1975-3

Do the media manipulate people?

Sutton

J.

1975-3

Airborne or grounded?

Tamayo

R. A. C.

1975-3

¿Como protegernos contra los avisos comerciales?

Vast

P. J.

1975-3

Sénégal: Unir Cinéma

Zachariah

M.

1975-3

Our oneness in the WACC

Albrecht

H.

1975-4

Who says what in which channel to whom with what effect?

Alves

R. A. 

1975-4

Identity and communication

Cowlan

B.

1975-4

Educational satellites over Africa: an unlikely scenario

Englund

R. T.

1975-4

Book review: Oh, What a Blow That Phantom Gave Me!

Geerts

C.

1975-4

Le divertissement, fonction principale de la télévision?

Piet

N.

1975-4

…and the women keep having children

Thomas

T. K.

1975-4

Education for a Christian communication

Carty

J. W.

1976-1

Religious journalism on the African continent

                   Top

Duncan

H. F.

1976-1

Christian communication on the comic page

Geisendörfer

R.

1976-1

Kirche muß Agentur der Fürsprache sein

Gutiérrez-Cortéz

R.

1976-1

Hacia una teología de la comunicación

Hamelink

C.

1976-1

Trends in mass communication research

Thomas

T. K.

1976-1

Theology of communication - not a common cliché

Bachmann

J. W.

1976-2

Theology and communication

Hes

J.

1976-2

WACC and the group media concept

Kolade

C.

1976-2

Christian communication in Third World societies

Manuel

A. D.

1976-2

Biblical Perspectives Signs of out Times and Christian Publishers' Task

Parmar

S. L.

1976-2

Christian Communicators' Responsibility in Human Development

Thomas

T. K.

1976-2

Communication - The Task of the Church

Brankin

J.

1977-1

How to select and test media workers

                   Top

Cardownie

J.

1977-1

Train communicators, not Christian zealots

Ogawa

M.

1977-1

After training: pay or lose

Quicke

A.

1977-1

Christians in secular media

Solis

J.

1977-1

Pueblo: el dilema de un sacerdote-redactor

Austin

C. M.

1977-2

Parish communications: everything counts

Gill

A.

1977-2

Press and parish - an unhappy marriage

Harrison

K.

1977-2

Church news and news bulletins

McNulty

E.

1977-2

Using multimedia in the parish

Mukwaya

J.

1977-2

Parish communications in Eastern Africa

Schneider

E.

1977-2

The communication crisis in the local church

Stewart

S.

1977-2

Simple electronic media in the church

Wilson

R. H.

1977-2

How to use parish newsletters

Benson

D. C.

1977-3

Key factors in the use of Group Media

Bhasker

K. D.

1977-3

Indian art in Group Media

Boyd

J.

1977-3

Msalato: cassette centre

Colle

R. D.

1977-3

Case studies in cassette communication

Englund

R. T.

1977-3

Conscientisation through 'total language'

Hes

J.

1977-3

Group Media - a challenge

Pedersen

J.

1977-3

World-wide cassette ministry

Roper

D.

1977-3

What are Group Media?

Wegenast

K.

1977-3

Les média audio-visuels

Barclay

W.

1977-4

A life of Christ in picture strips

Chambron

M.

1977-4

Radio Voice of the Gospel: 1963-1977

Elias

J. Z.

1977-4

Centro de Estudios Ecuménicos

Ellis

J.

1977-4

Christian Broadcasting to the USSR

Feely

P.

1977-4

Peru: missionary media or folk media?

Okada

H.

1977-4

Japan's multimedia evangelism project

Rodríguez

S.

1977-4

Iglesia Evangelica Española

Taylor

J.

1977-4

Bridging the gap between Church and Arts

van den Heuvel

A.  

1977-4

Effects and counter-effects of media

Ying

Y.

1977-4

New ways of evangelisation in Taiwan

Cruise O'Brien

R.

1978-1

Broadcasting and the right to national identity

                   Top

Evdokimoff

T.

1978-1

On the training of translators

Hamelink

C.

1978-1

The cultural synchronisation of the world

Hartmann

P.

1978-1

Cultural identity and media dependency

Lee-Reoma

S. C.

1978-1

The translation gap and the flow of news

Rudvin

A.

1978-1

Allah and the Christian God

Sitaram

K. S.

1978-1

Cultural values and patterns of perception

Smith

D. K.

1978-1

Shaping the message from within a culture

Tunstall

J.

1978-1

English - the world's media language

Tyler/Norton

V. L./R. F.

1978-1

The Western illusion of intercultural communication

Barberini

G.

1978-2

The politics of religious freedom

Holloway

R.

1978-2

The Passion in East European film

Jayaweera

N.

1978-2

The fate of mass media in Sri Lanka

Lovrec

B.

1978-2

Yugoslavian churches take their chances

Möseneder

U.

1978-2

Limited scope of communicators

Taylor

J.

1978-2

Religious film in Eastern Europe

Tolwinski

J.

1978-2

Voice of the Gospel from Warsaw

Weingärtner

E.

1978-2

East-West information: myths and realities

Carlson

E.

1978-3

Publishing for newly literates in Pakistan

Conacher

J.

1978-3

Wholesaling Christian books in Ethiopia

Floyd

B.

1978-3

A new venture in Spanish literature distribution

Hayden

J.

1978-3

Successful co-operation in Tanzania

John

A.

1978-3

Indian investment in book marketing

Munksgaard

L.

1978-3

Christian books in a mixed bag

von Hase

K. G.

1978-3

Christian communication in a pluralistic society

Anant

V. 

1978-4

What future for the world's children?

Charren

P.

1978-4

Making television fit for children

Englund

R. T.

1978-4

Newspapers for Children

Entel

A.

1978-4

Televisión para los niños

Graves

S.

1978-4

Learning to live with television

Koole

W.

1978-4

Children as fellow viewers

Murray

J.

1978-4

Effects of television violence on children

Roberge

G.

1978-4

Images fro the image-less

Schmidt

N.

1978-4

Literature for African children

Schwager

H-J.

1978-4

Kinder in Bethel

Stross

R. M.

1978-4

Davey and Goliath meet the Philistines

Tamayo

R.

1978-4

El niño en el Tercer Mundo

van Horne

M.

1978-4

Every child's right to a good book

Alexander

J.

1979-1

How satellites work

                   Top

Alexander

J.

1979-1

Key issues in satellites

Aske

S.

1979-1

Theological reflections on satellites

Doom

J.

1979-1

Mass media in French Polynesia

Eapen

K. E.

1979-1

Education by satellite in India

Fore

W. F.

1979-1

Church involvement in WARC '79

Hamelink

C.

1979-1

Imperialism of satellite technology

Jowett

J. K. S

1979-1

Multi-flow communications

Pirard

T.

1979-1

Communications sans frontières

Ploman

E.

1979-1

International Satellite Organisations

Steers

F. M.

1979-1

Anik: Canadian satellite system

Tabanera

T.

1979-1

Satélites para la telecucación

Alvin

J.

1979-2

A humanistic approach to music therapy

Blacking

J.

1979-2

Music is multimedia communication

Dargie

D.

1979-2

African Church music, old and new

Englund

R.

1979-2

Christian dance drama in India

Hollenweger

W.

1979-2

Music and dance in Pentecostal movements

Kauffman

R.

1979-2

Music goes beyond words

Lee

P.

1979-2

See deep enough, and you see musically'

Lee

R.

1979-2

Bach for television

Sosa

P.

1979-2

Anticoncerts: an experiment

Vargas

A.

1979-2

Satellites: perspectives from the Third World

Ward

J.

1979-2

Christian minstrels in Britain

Wild

S.

1979-2

Primeval music in Australia

Bird

D.

1979-3

Language policies in Micronesia

Callick

R.

1979-3

Wantok': Friend of Papua New Guineans

Casserly

P.

1979-3

An ecumenical Communication Institute in Papua New Guinea

Dallard

G.

1979-3

Priorities in Christian communication in New Zealand

Finlay

D.

1979-3

Christian media in the New Hebrides

Freyberg

P.

1979-3

The Bible for Babel

Fusimalohi

S. T.

1979-3

Broadcasting in Tonga

Hally

C.

1979-3

Communication in the Pacific: constraints and dependence

Laporte

P.

1979-3

L'influence du film sur les Tahitiens

Martin

J.

1979-3

Christian communication in Australia: concerns and initiatives

O'Brien

H.

1979-3

Christian 'think-tank' in Melanesia

Reddy

D.

1979-3

Easter Island: Latin American frontier of the Pacific

Sovik

L.

1979-3

Ecumenical Jury at Cannes Film Festival

Vusoniwailala

L.

1979-3

Communication and cultural change in the Pacific islands

Brož

L.

1979-4

Theological foundations of Christian communication

Carty

J.

1979-4

The tensions between law and morality

Christians

C.

1979-4

The ethical training of journalists

Fore

W. F.

1979-4

Values of society and values of the media: can they be the same?

Gjelsten

G.

1979-4

Ethical pluralism: Where to draw the line

Manuel

V.

1979-4

Communicate to liberate

O'Grady

R.

1979-4

The media's (lack of) concern for the oppressed

Uribe

H.

1979-4

Etica profesional de la prensa latinoamericana

van der Meiden

A.

1979-4

The basic issues of media ethics

Wicklein

J.

1979-4

Cable television - potential spy in the home

Albrecht/Hes
/Lange-Fuchs/Bruchner

1980-2

Ingmar Bergman: Confrontation at Nuremberg

                   Top

Baker

P.

1980-2

Australia: land of opportunity

Bromme

R.

1980-2

Darkness changes to dawn in Sweden

de Tienda

M.

1980-2

Cinéma spirituel et culturel

Hartley

I.

1980-2

A documentary film library in Britain

Hes

J.

1980-2

Notes from the diary of a stepchild

Holloway

R.

1980-2

Love in the films of Carl Theodor Dreyer

Holloway

R.

1980-2

Religious cinema east and west

Holloway

D.

1980-2

30th Berlin International Film Festival

Nix

M.

1980-2

Canadian church film pioneers

Okwenje

E.

1980-2

African films for Africa

Okwenje/Sovik

1980-2

African films for Africa

Rindlisbacher

D.

1980-2

Film im christlicher Kommunikationsprozess

Roper/Sovik

1980-2

Film as a group medium

Sommer

V.

1980-2

Zehn Jahre Frauenfilm

Wall

J.

1980-2

Church and cinema in the United States

Aggarwala

N.

1981-1

The issues at stake and a new information model

                   Top

Akinfeleye

R

1981-1

The oldest vernacular newspaper in West Africa

Astorino

R.

1981-1

Reporting Catholic news in East Asia

Carty

J.

1981-1

Prensa Latina and Noticias Aliadas: two different models

Edwards

S.

1981-1

Women assert communication power in the Caribbean

Foubert

C.

1981-1

IDOC shows the way in alternative documentation

Hessler

H-W.

1981-1

Der Evangelische Pressedienst und die Publizistik der Stellvertretung

Kahle

R.

1981-1

How Lutherans respond to the world

Mankekar

D. R.

1981-1

A background to alternative news services: history and development

Renner

G.

1981-1

A non-church-related service markets religion as news

Sakala

R.

1981-1

All Africa Press Service: A new venture for the continent

Barnouw/Krishnaswamy

E./S.

1981-3

Pioneers of Indian cinema

Coelho

C.

1981-3

How Hindus filmed the life of Christ

Dutt

G.

1981-3

The training of Indian film-makers

Gandhy

B.

1981-3

The great film directors of India

Gupta

C. D.

1981-3

The tranquil eye of Satyajit Ray

Guptara

P.

1981-3

Religion has shaped Indian film

Holloway

D.

1981-3

The world discovers the new Indian cinema

Monteiro

R.

1981-3

New Indian films focus on reality

Rao

B. R.

1981-3

What music contributes to Indian film

Roberge

G.

1981-3

A new film policy for India

Danis

J-M.

1982-2

Au Congo les enfants lisent Kisito

                   Top

Fueter

P.

1982-2

Role of comics in religious teaching

Hardy

N.

1982-2

World wind blows among American children

Pech

K-U.

1982-2

Vom 'Kinderfreund' bis zur Kindermassenkultur

Peterson

G.

1982-2

Children's magazines around the world

Rubel

W.

1982-2

A literary magazine by children in North America

Sindambiwe

S.

1982-2

Grand compagnon des petits Rwandais

Sisulu

S.

1982-2

South African 'first' for black children

Tagle

R.

1982-2

Asia needs children's magazines

van Horne

M.

1982-2

A magazine is a child's best friend

von Stockar-Bridel

D.

1982-2

Schweizer Kinderzeitschriften widerspiegeln eine sachliche Welt

Caspar

R.

1982-3

La parole de Dieu en Islam et en Christianisme

Castillo

A.

1982-3

Renacimiento editorial religioso en América Latina

de Silva

M. W. P.

1982-3

Sacred scriptures in the Buddhist tradition

Epskamp

K.

1982-3

Playing the fool in oral cultures

Guptara

P.

1982-3

Religious ideas in modern Indian literature

Meurer

S.

1982-3

Der Einfluss der Bibel auf die europäische Kultur

Oduyoye

M.

1982-3

Religious publishing in Nigeria

Volpers

H.

1982-3

Who reads religious books in Germany?

Weber

H-R.

1982-3

Liberating the Bible from print

Bruneau

T.

1982-4

Communicative silences in cross-cultural perspective

Capo

J.

1982-4

The shallow silence of the media world

Fibicher

B.

1982-4

The art of silence: Poetry and painting

Francis

T. D.

1982-4

India's sacred scriptures

Hartley

M.

1982-4

The communication challenge in Cistercian monastic life

Holloway

R.

1982-4

Silence as a theme of films

Hopkinson

T. & D.

1982-4

The Indian sage who was silent for 43 years

McDonnell

J.

1982-4

Bibliography on silence in communication

Merton

T.

1982-4

Facing oneself in silence

O'Kelly

T.

1982-4

Land of loud silences: Understanding Japanese communication behaviour

Steggink

O.

1982-4

Silence and solitude are the path to love

Steiner

G.

1982-4

O Word, thou word that I lack', Schoenberg's Moses und Aron

Strelan

J.

1982-4

When the church should fall silent

Brooks

M.

1983-1

Sacred texts of ancient Mexico

                   Top

Cheng

C-Y.

1983-1

Chinese philosophy and recent communication theory

Dissayanake

W.

1983-1

Communication in the cultural tradition of India

Heinz

G.

1983-1

Ouvrages de langue française et allemande sur le sujet Théologie et Communication

Henrici

P.

1983-1

Anthropologische Probleme einer Philosophie der Kommunikation

Huber

C.

1983-1

Sprachphilosophische Überlegungen zur Glaubensverkündiging via Medien

Maraschin

J. C.

1983-1

Messengers of the gods: hermeneutics and communication in Latin America

Soukup

P.

1983-1

Philosophical approaches to the study of communication

Tehranian

M.

1983-1

Religions, politics and cultural identity

Thompson

J.

1983-1

On the interpretation of language and ideology

Capo

J. A.

1983-2

Is television a tool for aggression?

Carroll

A. D.

1983-2

Can computers be used for peace?

Dissanayake

W.

1983-2

Peace and communication: a Buddhist point of view

Guptara

P. S.

1983-2

Gandhi: the film and the man

Kelly

A.

1983-2

Defence, disarmament and the media in Britain

Larkin

P.

1983-2

Peace and war in the art of Picasso

MacBride

S.

1983-2

The desperate imperative

Matta

F. R.

1983-2

Peace and the mass media: a Latin American perspective

Phongphit

S.

1983-2

Thailand's unending search for peace

Tehranian

M.

1983-2

Islam and the West: alienation, provocation and revivalism

van den Dungen

P.

1983-2

International initiatives in peace research

Varis

T.

1983-2

Sharing information among nations

Agrawal

B. C.

1983-4

The socio-political implications of communication technologies in India

Becker

J.

1983-4

Information technology and international politics in the 1980s

Brown

R. A.

1983-4

New technologies in communication: a general description

Jayaweera

N. D.

1983-4

Communicatino satellites - a Third World perspective

Lange

J. C.

1983-4

From PEACESAT to INTELSAT in the Pacific

Parsons

M. W. S.

1983-4

Theology and the information society

Pätzold

U.

1983-4

Konsequenzen der Kabelkommunikation für die Kirche

Rao

L.

1983-4

An Indian perspective on modern technologies of communication

Rodriguez

G.

1983-4

Nuevas tecnologías de información en América Latina: una herramienta para la democracia

Schiller

H. I.

1983-4

The communication revolution: Who benefits?

Bluck

J.

1984-1

Ecumenical debate on communication: A new beginning

                   Top

Cahn/Hanford

D.D./J. T.

1984-1

Information theory and communication practice misunderstood

Gerbner

G.

1984-1

Public control of television

Jorgenson

L.

1984-1

Church statements on communication: their place in a process

Owens

V. S.

1984-1

Was Christ the 'perfect communicator'?

Traber/Lee

M./P.

1984-1

The Swiss churches take stock of the mass media

Traber/Lee

M./P.

1984-1

Communicating credibly' - declaration of Vancouver assembly of WCC

Traber/Lee

M./P.

1984-1

São Paulo document on church and NWICO

Traber/Lee

M./P.

1984-1

Implications of new technologies - an assessment by the Church of Finland

Traber/Lee

M./P.

1984-1

Facing the communication revolution - a Lutheran perspective

Traber/Lee

M./P.

1984-1

Communication versus alienation - Latin American challenge of WACC

Traber/Lee

M./P.

1984-1

Asian bishops speak up for democratic communication

Traber/Lee

M./P.

1984-1

Puebla: dialogue within and without

Traber/Lee

M./P.

1984-1

New media and the quality of life

Carty

M. T.

1984-2

Women challenging the status quo of mass media

Cuthbert

M.

1984-2

Woman day a come': Mass media and development in the Caribbean

Gallagher

M.

1984-2

Parallels and paradoxes of women and the NWICO

Gallagher

M.

1984-2

Bibliography on women and media

Katoppo

M.

1984-2

An Indonesian woman's perspective on theologu

MacBride Report

1984-2

Full equality for women in communication and society

Mattelart

M.

1984-2

Mujer, política, cultura, los desafíos de los años 80

McCracken

E.

1984-2

Critical approaches to mass culture: The case of advertising

Oduyoye

M. A.

1984-2

A new community of women and men for Africa

Oehler

C. H.

1984-2

Rediscovering community through language

Tamez

E.

1984-2

La mujer que complicó la historia de la salvación

Azuela

F.

1984-3

Una litugia comprometida con la revolución latinoamericana

Bischofberger

O.

1984-3

Ritual and communication with the transcendental

Brooks

P.

1984-3

The traffic of heaven and earth: Communicating transcendence

du Boulay

J.

1984-3

Orthodox faith permeates Greek village life

Gurney

R.

1984-3

Lessons from the worship experience at Vancouver

Hahn

J. G.

1984-3

Liturgy on television or 'television liturgy'

Hartmann

A.

1984-3

Liturgia como espaço de comunicação democrática e autêntica

Kouman

B. K.

1984-3

Le chant funèbre de Côte d'Ivoire et son application pour la liturgie

Pereira

M. J.

1984-3

Sound, image and dance in an Indian celebration of Easter

Sarkar

B.

1984-3

Mystery and revelation in the sounds of worship

Searle

M.

1984-3

Christian liturgies and communication theory

Theckenath

J.

1984-3

Indian signs and symbols in Christian liturgy

Ansah

P.

1984-4

The Pan-African News Agency - a preliminary assessment

Cahn

D.

1984-4

The political cartoon as communication

Chiba/Loveday

S./L.

1984-4

Japanese clothing and aesthetic tradition

Dissanayake

W.

1984-4

Michel Foucault (1924-1984): A tribute

Guardia

S.

1984-4

¿Moda y pobreza de la mano?

Hoffmann

H-J.

1984-4

How clothes communicate

Kumar

K.

1984-4

Gandhi's ideological clothing

Lurie

A.

1984-4

Clothing as a sign system

Mahdavi

S.

1984-4

Women behind the veil

McRedmond

L.

1984-4

Does Christian journalism exist?

Owens

V. S.

1984-4

Camouflaged at the costume ball

Pereira

M.

1984-4

Our second skin: Dressing up in public

Phelan

J.

1984-4

Surfaces in the mediaworld of political fashion

Ramanujan

M.

1984-4

The language of clothes: An Indian perspective

Walcot

K.

1984-4

Politics of language and literacy in Melanesian publishing

Agrawal

B. C.

1985-1

Video - a new diversion for India's rich

                   Top

Becker

J.

1985-1

Social and economic aspects of VCRs in Third World countries

Boyd

D. A.

1985-1

VCRs in developing countries: An Arab case study

Ekwelie

S. A.

1985-1

African nations must redirect information flows

Guptara

P. S.

1985-1

Can video be used to liberate instead of enslave?

Intermedia report

1985-1

Appropriate technology for Caribbean communication

Kumar

K. J.

1985-1

India's video boom: threat or alternative?

Lent

J. A.

1985-1

Video in Asia: frivolity, frustration, futility

Michaels

E.

1985-1

How video has helped a group of Aborigines in Australia

Ogan

C.

1985-1

Cultural imperialism by invitation

O'Sullivan-Ryan

J.

1985-1

Community video fights for Latin American culture

Roach

C.

1985-1

Annotated bibliography on a New World Information and Communication Order

Song

S.

1985-1

TV grabs masses in China

Soukup

P. A.

1985-1

Interweaving theology and communication

Ansah

P. A. V.

1985-2

The role of the State in broadcasting in Africa

Boys

M. C.

1985-2

Religious education in the age of  new communication technologies

Cahn/Leigh

D. D./S.

1985-2

From broadcasting to narrowcasting - a solution for the US?

de Vera

J. M.

1985-2

Government support or commercialisation: the Japanese dilemma

Fuenzalida

V.

1985-2

Participación y control social en la TV chilena

Khodr

G. 

1985-2

Script, word and image in Arabic culture

Lent

J. A.

1985-2

North American culture invades the Leeward islands

Ossig

G.

1985-2

Öffentlicher Rundfunk im Spiegel des Rechtes auf Kommunikation

Rowland

W. D.

1985-2

The struggle for public service broadcasting in the United States

Tracey

M.

1985-2

The isle is full of noises': Prospects for broadcasting in Britain

Gavigan

P.

1985-3

Life on stage: a sampling of black theatre

Gray

M.

1985-3

Coercion, control and censorship

Hudson

H. E.

1985-3

From entertainment to learning - what TV can do for remote communities

Johnson

S.

1985-3

Barometers of the liberation movement': a history of South Africa's alternative press

Patel

L.

1985-3

How small media can organise communities

Phelan

J. M.

1985-3

Cultivated Babel: South Africa's apartheid media

Ravan staff

1985-3

Opposition publishing in South Africa - the case of Ravan Press

Spong

B.

1985-3

The many facets of alternative media

Tlhagale

B.

1985-3

Communication between black and white - the future liberation of South Africa

Tomaselli

K.

1985-3

Progressive film and video in South Africa

Butler

P.

1985-4

Asking the right questions about the communication elements in projects

Chifwambwa

G. S.

1985-4

Communication technology and tradition must be compatible

Darrow/Saxenian

K./M.

1985-4

Worshipping the false god of technology

Demac

D. A.

1985-4

Conflict in space: Communication satellites for what?

Dissanayake

W.

1985-4

From a piecemeal approach to an integrated strategy for development

Kumar

K. J.

1985-4

Annotated bibliography on communication development

Lent

J. A.

1985-4

Comic art: An international bibliography

Manuel

P.

1985-4

Blacks in British television drama: the underlying tensions

Okigbo

C. C.

1985-4

Is development communication a dead issue?

Quebral

N. C.

1985-4

People, not media, communicate - an Asian update

Servaes

J.

1985-4

Towards an alternative concept of communicatino and development

Smythe

D. W.

1985-4

Needs before tools - the illusions of technology

Tehranian

M.

1985-4

Paradigms lost: Development as communication and learning

Ugboajah

F. O.

1985-4

Mobilising African resources for national communication strategies

Zhao

X.

1986-1

International broadcasting: How fair is news coverage?

                   Top

An-Xiang

M.

1986-1

A statistical survey of developments in China's mass media

Chan

J.

1986-1

China's spiritual vision and self-understanding

Cheng

P. H.

1986-1

Ideology on stage: Peking Opera as a medium for political struggle

Chu

L. L.

1986-1

Revolution becomes evolution: China's communication across thirty years

Chu

G. C.

1986-1

Popular media in China revisited

Ladany

L.

1986-1

Political will vs. freedom of information

Lent

J. A.

1986-1

First the Cultural Revolution, now the Media Revolution

Liu

B.

1986-1

Re-take for China's film industry

Shuquan

Z.

1986-1

Solving problems of national development through communication technology

Terrell

R. L.

1986-1

Modernisation and the media in China

Yu

J.

1986-1

News reform in Shanghai Television Station

Carty

J. W.

1986-2

Dynamic religion in Cuba

Colle

R. D.

1986-2

Renaissance of agricultural communication

Fugelsang/Chandler

A./D.

1986-2

The open snuff-box: communication as participation

Guglielmone

I.

1986-2

Nuevas tecnologías de comunicación y participación social: ¿Pueden conjugarse?

Heath

C. W.

1986-2

Politics of broadcasting in Kenya - community radio suffers

Lefringhausen

K.

1986-2

Development co-operation - how can it benefit the poor?

Mayo

J. K.

1986-2

Voyages of discovery: Reflections on development communication projects

Melody

W. H.

1986-2

New communication technologies - room to negotiate

Menon

V.

1986-2

What hope for the future of development communication?

Navaux

P.

1986-2

Priming the pump: UNESCO's efforts to strengthen the role of communication

Stetter

M.

1986-2

Community media at work in Kenya

Christians

C. G.

1986-3

Mass communications compromise the truth

Ennals

M.

1986-3

Article 19': A new challenge to censorship

Fisher

H. A.

1986-3

Regional broadcasting unions co-operate for development

Goethals

G. T.

1986-3

Creating webs of illusion

Hamilton

S. C.

1986-3

Lies erode the fabric of society

Owens

V. S.

1986-3

Telling the truth in lies

Real/Blue/Jerald

M./C./J.

1986-3

Cold war, race, and lies in American image industries

Rowlands

D.

1986-3

When journalists tell lies

Terrell

R. L.

1986-3

Missing the beat of the revolution: the US press corps in South Africa

Trost

M.

1986-3

US press coverage in Nicaragua and El Salvador

Bautista

F. B.

1986-4

The Philippine revolution and the foreign media

Bodegon

S. L.

1986-4

Manila's television, radio, and press scene

Brunner

P.

1986-4

Marcos ousted: A modern-day Exodus

Burgos

J. G.

1986-4

Newspapers compete to survive

Chamberlain

G.

1986-4

Haitian media contribute to Duvalier's downfall

Constantino-David/
David

K./
R.

1986-4

The long struggle for democracy in the Philippines

Cruz

I. R.

1986-4

Revolutionary symbols

Dionisio

E. R.

1986-4

Small media, big victory

Estepa

P. C.

1986-4

Humour power: The political cartoon vs. Marcos

Morris

C.

1986-4

Love at a distance - the spiritual challenge of religious broadcasting

Murphy

D.

1986-4

Church media play a vital role

Rosario-Braid

F.

1986-4

Towards a national communication policy

Terrell

R. L.

1986-4

Liberia: a courageous newspaper fights on

Teves

R. M.

1986-4

The view from the provinces: an inevitable collapse

Tiongson

N. G.

1986-4

The Philippines: A brief social and political history

Awa

N. E.

1987-1

Bringing indigenous knowledge into planning

                   Top

Boafo

S. T. K.

1987-1

Africa must re-think its course in communication

Brown

A.

1987-1

The electronic re-colonialisation of the Caribbean

Carter

W. G.

1987-1

What INTELSAT could do for development

Cifuentes

D. P.

1987-1

Why Latin American policies have failed

Festa/Santoro

R./L.

1987-1

Policies from below - an alternative video in Brazil

Hamelink

C. J.

1987-1

Setting the agenda for national communication policies

Hancock

A.

1987-1

Policies begin with people

Osborn

P.

1987-1

An information netweok for technology planners

Pereira

M. J.

1987-1

Why lie?

Servaes

J.

1987-1

Policies for development - the real issues

Sonaike

S. A.

1987-1

Going back to basics - a reassessment of needs in Africa

Terrell/Körner

R. L./ R.

1987-1

NWICO: a framework for policy-makers

Thomas

P.

1987-1

Policies and politics: Television and video in the South Pacific

Boston

R. J.

1987-2

Government by journalism - a Utopian notion recalled

Breen

M.

1987-2

Definitions and functions of myths in mass media

Fore

W. F.

1987-2

The mythic world of US television

Goethals

G. T.

1987-2

US television keeps prisoners of illusion

Melkote

S. R.

1987-2

Communication can reduce status gaps in developing countries

Monteiro

R.

1987-2

Images of women in Indian mass media

Mrozowski

M.

1987-2

Ideological clash in Polish television

Munizaga

G.

1987-2

Héroes y mitos en la prensa popular

Noone

S.

1987-2

Religious television destroys the sacred

Prange

C.

1987-2

A look at mass media in East Germany

Shegog

E.

1987-2

Religious broadcasting in the UK: Will a great tradition end?

Silverstone

R.

1987-2

Mass communication relies on narrative and myth

Swann

P.

1987-2

Theories on the mythical roles of media

Tomaselli/Tomaselli/
Steenveld

K./R./
L.

1987-2

Myth, media and apartheid

Carty

J. W.

1987-3

Alternative newspaper in Puerto Rico

Christians

C. G.

1987-3

Communication ethics: from collective responsibility to collective action

Dyer

G.

1987-3

The language of advertising

Jakubowicz

K.

1987-3

Advertising in Poland - a time of transition

James/Obah

S. L./T. Y.

1987-3

Beyond the printed word - teaching consumers about advertising messages

Myers

K.

1987-3

Advertising strategies snare the unwary

Nair/White

K. S./S. A.

1987-3

Participation is the key to development communication

Pratt

C. B.

1987-3

Ethics in Nigerian public relations

Splichal

S.

1987-3

Socialism limits advertising in Eastern Europe

Whitlow

S. S.

1987-3

Annotated bibliography on advertising ethics

Schultze

Q. J.

1987-3

Poets for hire: the ethics of consumer advertising

Allotey

F. K. A.

1987-4

African nations absorb information technology

Arthur

C.

1987-4

Television's misreading of the world

Cuthbert

M.

1987-4

Need for non-aligned research in developing countries

Danzin

A.

1987-4

UNESCO promotes informatics

Goldhaber

M. H.

1987-4

Creating a worker's culture in the Third World

Hurtado

M. E.

1987-4

Computer hodgepodge mystifies buyers

López

R. G.

1987-4

Comunicación popular se fortalece en Bolivia

Matta

F. R.

1987-4

Latin American journalism: new avenues towards democratisation

Padron

M.

1987-4

Electronic networks and democracy in Latin America

Polman

M.

1987-4

Practical aspects of electronic networking

Roach

C.

1987-4

The position of the Reagan administration on the NWICO

Robina

S.

1987-4

Informatics and education in Mexico

Rodriguez

G.

1987-4

Electronic networking - a new tool for development action

Sayer

J.

1987-4

Information technology contributes to social change in Asia

Sayer

J.

1987-4

Interdoc: a worldwide computer initiative

Stahmer

A.

1987-4

Third World telecommunications need policies

Adams/Hamm

D./M.

1988-1

Television and the mind: TV's impact on children's perception

                   Top

Arens

E.

1988-1

Communication as a counter-power in the struggle for democracy

Broadbent

L.

1988-1

Communication freedom in war-torn Nicaragua

Dinh

T. V.

1988-1

Just cause, credibility and effective communication

Fore

W. F.

1988-1

People's power and the change of social structures

Holloway

R.

1988-1

The legacy of Andrei Tarkovsky

Kim

K.

1988-1

South Korean protest movements discover new ways to communicate

Lester

P.

1988-1

Faking images in photojournalism

Lihamba

A.

1988-1

Media reinforce the oppression of women in Tanzania

Machila

M. M. C.

1988-1

People's power and development in Africa

Ramirez

M. M. 

1988-1

Communication and people's power - reassessing the Philippine experience

Sunkel

G.

1988-1

Re-emergence of democratic media in Chile

White

R. A.

1988-1

NWICO has become a people's movement

Worsley

P.

1988-1

Elite ideologies in conflict with Third World peoples

Christians

C. G.

1988-2

Is Ellul prophetic?

Clendenin

D. B.

1988-2

An interview with Jacques Ellul

Fasching

D. J.

1988-2

The liberating paradox of the word

Frederick

H. H.

1988-2

Media strategies stifle democracy in Central America

Haan

R.

1988-2

Understanding progress: cultural poverty in a technological society

Hanks

J. M.

1988-2

Feminism in the writing of Jacques Ellul

Phelan

J. M.

1988-2

Jacques Ellul: a formidable witness for honesty

Temple

K.

1988-2

Jacques Ellul: a consistent distinction

Vanderburg

W. H.

1988-2

Idolatry in a technical society: gaining the world but losing the soul

Abah

O. S.

1988-3

The Samuru Street Theatre Project, Nigeria

Adams

D.

1988-3

Learning how to communicate for the future

Barreiro

F.

1988-3

Communication in Uruguay: a profile

Etherton

M.

1988-3

Popular theatre for change: from literacy to oracy

Malamah-Thomas

D. H.

1988-3

Community theatre uses culture for development in Sierra Leone

Mody

B.

1988-3

Development communication: from media effects to media contexts

Ochsenius

C.

1988-3

Teatro y animación de base en Chile

Pereira

M. J.

1988-3

Street theatre in India takes on development communication

Rankin

S.

1988-3

Australian art clubs: hothouses of creativity and trust

Semil

M.

1988-3

Young people's theatre in Poland reaches for truth

Shehadeh

R. D.

1988-3

El-Hakawati Theatre Company - Thorn in the flesh of oppression

Shinar

D.

1988-3

Nation-building on stage: Palestinian theatre liberates

Thomas

P. N.

1988-3

Indian popular theatre seeks identity

Ansah

P. A. V.

1988-4

The African Charter and its relationship with freedom of expression

Gilder

E.

1988-4

Communication for development and Habermas' ideal-speech situation

Hamelink

C. J.

1988-4

Communication and human rights: the international dimension

Humphrey

J. P.

1988-4

The greatest achievement of the United Nations' - 40 years on

Jakubowicz

K.

1988-4

To democratise communication, first democratise society

Jorgenson

L. J.

1988-4

The 'real people' of Alaska struggle for recognition

Kleinwächter

W.

1988-4

The right to participate in the cultural life of society

Ossandón

F.

1988-4

Prensa popular o el desafío liliputense

Ravela

P.

1988-4

Educación y comunicación por los derechos humanos en Uruguay

Roach

C.

1988-4

US arguments on the right to communicate and people's rights

Rousselow

J.

1988-4

Women's words - women's worlds: Mary Daly's vision

Ruijter

J. M.

1988-4

African film makers seek fair markets

Servaes

J.

1988-4

The right to communicate is a basic human right

Terrell

R. L.

1988-4

Terror and the press in Suriname: an interview

Wilson

G.

1988-4

Caribbean satellite retransmissions pose legal and policy problems

Carty/Carty

M. T. J. W.

1989-1

Focus on Ecuador

                   Top

Christian Aid

1989-1

Unfair economic order creates Third World debt

Fernandes

C. P

1989-1

Communication technologies and economic development in India

McAnany

E. G.

1989-1

Brazil, satellites and debt: who trades what to acquire new technologies?

McKiernan

D.

1989-1

Television and the dialectic of community

Mody

B.

1989-1

Satellite debt in Mexico's mañana

Oliveira

O. S.

1989-1

Media and dependency: a view from Latin America

Rones

J. E.

1989-1

Space WARC and planning implications for Third World nations

Samarajiva/Shields

R./P.

1989-1

Telecom investment and policy options in the Philippines

Sonaike

S. A.

1989-1

Telecommunications and debt: the Nigerian experience

Sussman

G.

1989-1

Communications under Aquino: business as usual

Vita

P. M.

1989-1

Solving the debt problem

Ansah

P. A. V.

1989-2

The path between cultural isolation and cultural dependency

Breen

M.

1989-2

Identity crisis down-under: Australia assesses its future

Chelminska

M.

1989-2

Polish 'pilgrims' seek true identity in new spirit of openness

Dervin/Clark

B./K.

1989-2

Communicatino as cultural identity: the invention mandate

Dunn

H. S.

1989-2

Caribbean islands - the world's most culturally beleagured region

Hein

K.

1989-2

Baha'i community radio interacts with campesinos of Ecuador

Mahamdi

Y.

1989-2

Tradition, 'national' culture and television in Algeria

Martín-Barbero

J.

1989-2

Repossessing culture - the quest of popular movements in Latin America

O'Connor

A.

1989-2

People's radio in Latin America - a new assessment

Ogan

C.

1989-2

Cross-cultural research into VCRs could yield valuable insights

Srampickal

J.

1989-2

Countering the cultural crisis in India remains ineffective

Szecskö

T. V.

1989-2

Classics' role in cultural identity

Wilder

W. D.

1989-2

Communication and cultural identity in context: an anthropologist's overview

Amaladoss

M.

1989-3

Obstacles to genuine community in India: In search of a new Great Tradition

Burke

R. C.

1989-3

Creating audience participation - radio education in Bolivia

Cuthbert

M.

1989-3

Encouraging local culture in Caribbean communities

Finlay

M.

1989-3

Assessing the contribution to democracy of new communications technology

Gumpert

G.

1989-3

Public places and private thoughts on the media landscape

Hagopian

H. B. V.

1989-3

Communication among dispersed communities: The lonely voyage of the Armenian people

Harder

B.

1989-3

Weaving cultural values on the loom of language

Jakubowicz

K.

1989-3

Media communities replace local communities: a sign of the times?

Kennedy

T.

1989-3

Community animation - an open-ended process

Linden

A.

1989-3

Communication assistance for Third World communities: Going Dutch

Ramirez

M. M.

1989-3

Discovering shared symbols and values in Asia

Salama

G.

1989-3

Broadcasting in Africa: Past, present and future

Sanatan

R.

1989-3

People's power in Caribbean culture

Srampickal

J.

1989-3

Marching to link communities in a common cause

Valle

C. A.

1989-3

Communication for community - Biblical reflections

Zhiqiang

K.

1989-3

New identities for diverse communities in China

Braga

N.

1989-4

Oral traditions in Brazil - popular communication in rural areas

Brown/Singhal/
Rogers

W. J./A./
E.

1989-4

Pro-development soap operas: a novel approach to development communication

Carranza

R. G.

1989-4

El video alternativo en la educación popular en Bolivia

Ceccon

C. S. P.

1989-4

Brazilian centre shows that video is an agent of change

Finlay

M.

1989-4

Development and power: the centre and the peripheries

Hayward

P.

1989-4

Video, democracy and independence

Jankowski/Vos/
Brouwer

N./K./
W.

1989-4

Training Dutch citizen groups in video production techniques

Ogan

C.

1989-4

Video's great advantage - decentralised control of technology

Pomorski

J. M.

1989-4

Alternative video in Poland

Reddi

U. V.

1989-4

No limits to imagination: video use in India

Roncagliolo

R.

1989-4

La Videored del IPAL conquista el espacio audiovisual latinoamericano

Servaes/Malikhao

J./P.

1989-4

How 'culture' affects film and video in Thailand

Stuart

S.

1989-4

Access to media: Placing video in the hands of the people

Tomaselli

K.

1989-4

Transferring video skills to the community: the problem of power

Arthur

C.

1989-Special Congress Issue

Learning to be responsible for the media environment

Bahr

H-E.

1989-Special Congress Issue

Biblical literacy in book-weary Europe

Bluck

J.

1989-Special Congress Issue

On the rejuvenating power of communication studies

Carr

W.

1989-Special Congress Issue

Exploring the relevance of mass media to theological education

Felton

D. J.

1989-Special Congress Issue

The unavoidable dialogue: five interfaces between theology and communication

Fore

W. F.

1989-Special Congress Issue

Communities of faith must relate to contemporary culture

Fore

W. F.

1989-Special Congress Issue

The 'narrow bridge' to community

Fuenzalida

V.

1989-Special Congress Issue

Formación para la comunicación en Chile: un largo proceso participativo

Horsfield

P. G.

1989-Special Congress Issue

Teaching theology in a new cultural environment

Krzeminski/Keegan

M./J.

1989-Special Congress Issue

Integrated communications training in South Asia

Soukup

P. A. J.

1989-Special Congress Issue

Changing the way communication is taught in seminaries

Spong

B.

1989-Special Congress Issue

Putting theory into practice: a personal experience from South Africa

Thomas

P. N.

1989-Special Congress Issue

Making communication studies meaningful - an Indian perspective

Bhola

H. S.

1990-1

Literacy in development communication: a symbiotic model for media

                   Top

Bown

L.

1990-1

Literacy and education

Carty

J. W.

1990-1

Ethics and sports in the USA

Charles

E.

1990-1

Learning Creole: Problems of dual literacy in Third World cultures

Harder

B.

1990-1

Communicating human values through language

Havel

V.

1990-1

From arrogance to humility: the ambiguous power of words

Librero

F.

1990-1

Technical literacy in the context of the Filipino farmer's world

Mackay/Louw

A./E.

1990-1

Moves to improve the training of anti-apartheid media workers

Mayo

J. K.

1990-1

Unkept promises: educational broadcasting in the Third World

Mudarimi

T.

1990-1

Literacy and social development in Zimbabwe

Müller

M.

1990-1

Funktionaler Analphabetismus in Industrienationen

Ninan

S.

1990-1

India faces severe problems in its campaign against illiteracy

Rickman-Bull

T. 

1990-1

Zimbabwe strives to eradicate illiteracy before the turn of the century

Stromquist

N. P.

1990-1

Women and literacy: promises and constraints

Thomas

P. N.

1990-1

New communication technologies and Third World cultures

Uche

L. U.

1990-1

Africa's neglected majority - women, children, and their right to education

Varavarn

K.

1990-1

Literacy promotion: lessons learned from experiences in Thailand

Abraham/Bride/
Lacey

J./I./
C.

1990-2

Can media educate about the environment?

Baskaran

S. T. 

1990-2

The rise of the environmental movement in India

Cruz

A.

1990-2

Adult literacy training in Uruguay

Dubey/De

V. K./D.

1990-2

Indian media fail to take environmental issues seriously

Dunn

H. S.

1990-2

Responsible development of telecommunications in the Caribbean

Einsiedel

E. F.

1990-2

From disaster reporting to in-depth coverage

Evia/Gudynas

G./E.

1990-2

Strength through ecology network

Hansen

A.

1990-2

Socio-political values underlying media coverage of the environment

Hessler

H-W.

1990-2

Europa als eine publizistische Aufgabe

Ninan

S.

1990-2

Indian television, politics and environmental crises

Regidoe

J. R.

1990-2

Ethical reflections on social ecology in Latin America

Uche

L. U.

1990-2

How the media reacted to toxic dumping in Nigeria

Yang

B.

1990-2

Role of telephones in development: the case of China

Berger

A. A.

1990-3

The semiotics of public and private space

Bousquet

E.

1990-3

Caribbean reality at the dawn of the 1990s

Drucker

S.

1990-3

Segregating city-life: Cultural interaction in public places

Gumpert

G.

1990-3

Public spave and electronic space - two worlds that interact

Mowlana/ Schiller/
Hamelink/ Roach/
Kleinwächter/ Samarajiva/
Jakubowicz/ Roncagliolo/
Splichal/ Nordenstreng

H./ H. I./
C. J./ C./
W./ R./
K./ R./
S./ K.

1990-3

NWICO and the democratisation of communication: One step forwards, two steps back

Padovan

R.

1990-3

Dom Hans van der Laan: Nature, art and architecture

Patterson

M. L.

1990-3

Inter-personal distance: How to avoid treading on someone else's toes

Zhiqiang

K.

1990-3

Impact of culture and society on Chinese architecture

de Arroyo

S. B.

1990-4

Commercial radio and people's radio struggle together in Peru

Fischer

H. A.

1990-4

Community radio as a tool for development

Flournoy

D. M.

1990-4

International news flow surges into the 1990s

Jakubowicz

K.

1990-4

Broadcasting in post-Communist Poland: blazing new trails or treading a well-worn path?

Keast

R. G.

1990-4

Vision TV: Canada's faith network goes it alone

Mata

M. C.

1990-4

Radios populares: pensando en los receptores

O'Connor

A.

1990-4

Radio is fundamental to democracy

Rockhaya

E.

1990-4

Lorsque lees idées voyagent sur les ondes

Rostan

P.

1990-4

Local radio serves Italian alpine communities

Srampickal

J.

1990-4

Are TV and VCRs threatening radio in India?

Starck

K.

1990-4

Shaping Third World realities: intercultural challenges for journalism

Suter

K.

1990-4

Australian controversy over the Convention on the Rights of the Child

Traber/Lee

M./P.

1990-4

Primera Consulta en América Latina - 'Educación y comuncación en seminarios teológicos'

Traber/Lee

M./P.

1990-4

First Latin American Seminar on 'Education and communication in theological seminaries'

White

R. A.

1990-4

Participatory radio in Sandinista Nicaragua

Aquino

C. C.

1990-Post-Congress Issue

Truth liberates when it is communicated'

Babin

P.

1990-Post-Congress Issue

Communication and participation in an electronic age

Gerbner

G.

1990-Post-Congress Issue

A new environmental movement on communication and culture

Kanyoro

M.

1990-Post-Congress Issue

Women as prophets of our time

Kirton

A.

1990-Post-Congress Issue

Communication and prophecy: tackling today's fundamental issues

Miguez-Bonino

J.

1990-Post-Congress Issue

Communication and liberation: changing sides

Schiller

H.

1990-Post-Congress Issue

People's movements, not media, are the key to liberation

Valle

C. A.

1990-Post-Congress Issue

WACC's Congress '89: chronicle and reflections

Verghese

B. G.

1990-Post-Congress Issue

Participatory communication begins at home

Webb

P.

1990-Post-Congress Issue

Communication and culture - sharing the inheritance

Costas

J. M. M.

1991-1

Communication education in the school and in the community

                   Top

Domatoh

J. K.

1991-1

Serious problems face media education in Sub-Saharan Africa

Fuenzalida

V.

1991-1

Latin American experiences of critical awareness training

Horsfield/Cook/
Stewart

B./P./
J.

1991-1

Television and culture in the Pacific Islands

Jospin

L.

1991-1

L'éducation à la citoyenneté - premier rôle des médias

Kumar

K. J.

1991-1

Media education for liberation and development: A non-Western approach

Marques/Oliveira

M. E./O. S.

1991-1

Information processing in Brazil: An alternative to transnationalisation

Masterman

L.

1991-1

An overview of media education in Europe

Osolnik

B.

1991-1

The MacBride Report ten years after

Suzuki

M. F.

1991-1

Teaching the Japanese to be critical

Thoman

E.

1991-1

Media literacy for the '90s - US style

Tsui

L. S.

1991-1

An interview with Herbert I. Schiller

Tufte

B.

1991-1

Contradictions in the future of media education in Denmark

Vallet

A.

1991-1

Comment intégrere l'éducation aux médias à la formation humaniste?

Brown

M. E.

1991-2

Soap opera as a site of struggle - the politics of interpretation

Damiba

B.

1991-2

Le pari de l'information face au défi du progrès

Epskamp/Boeran

K. P./A. J. J. M.

1991-2

Cassettes and radio plays in popular communication

Fuenzalida

V.

1991-2

Televisión y educación ante el desarrollo

Lent

J. A.

1991-2

Women and mass communications: a selected international bibliography

Lozano

E.

1991-2

Rhetorical constructions of time: feminine taste, melodramatic hours

Mahoney

E.

1991-2

Women, development and media

Mattelart

M.

1991-2

Où en est l'ordre de la représentation sexiste aujourd'hui?

McFarlane

J. J.

1991-2

The cultural censorship of women

Mol

A-L.

1991-2

Experimenting with home language instruction for Moroccan women via interactive cable

Riano

P.

1991-2

Myths of the silenced: women and grassroots communication

Roach

C.

1991-2

Feminist peace researchers, culture and communications

Uppal

D. K.

1991-2

Journalism education in India: a question of commitment

Alexandre

L.

1991-3

Television Marti and international law

Braman

S.

1991-3

Vulnerabilities of the State and the New World Information and Communication Order

Durán

J. M. P.

1991-3

Estado en transición: construyendo un nuevo orden en América Latina

Fang

C-S.

1991-3

The State and information technology in Taiwan

Filho

C. M.

1991-3

The Brazilian State as a medium

Gallimore

T. A.

1991-3

Radio Marti: US policy bans domestic use of government information

Golding

P.

1991-3

Whose world, what information, which order? Rethinking NWICO in the 1990s

Lambeth

E. B.

1991-3

Investigative journalists look towards global co-operation

Lee

P.

1991-3

WACC's media education programme

Luthar

B.

1991-3

Yugoslavia - many media systems in one country

Mowlana

H.

1991-3

Communication and the State in the Middle East

Nain

Z.

1991-3

Politics, economics and the media in Malaysia

Siriyuvasek

U.

1991-3

Communication, privatisation and the State in South-East Asia

Sparks

C.

1991-3

From State to market: What Eastern Europe inherits from the West

Splichal

S.

1991-3

Are the State and civil society merging?

Thomas

P. N.

1991-3

The State and information technology in India: observations on emerging trends

Ansah

P. A. V.

1991-4

The press, pluralism and freedom in Africa

Bruchner

E.

1991-4

Bilder im interkulturellen Dialog - das Filmland Kazakhstan

Closepet/Tsui

R./L-S.

1991-4

Questions to Professor Everett Rogers

Eapen

K. E.

1991-4

People's movement creates 'total literacy' in Kerala

Hardt

H.

1991-4

Words and images in the age of technology

Höistad

G.

1991-4

How vulnerable are children to electronic images?

Kirupakaran

A. S.

1991-4

Communicating Indian faiths in the video age

Koole

W.

1991-4

Imagination depends on images

Lee

P.

1991-4

Images of a culture of war

Phelan

J. M.

1991-4

Image industry erodes political space

Piva

M. C.

1991-4

Brazil's real-life images of street children

Aksoy/Robins

A./K.

1991-Special Issue

Exterminating angels: technology in the Gulf

Andersen

R.

1991-Special Issue

The press, the public, and the new world order

Fore

W. F.

1991-Special Issue

The shadow war in the Gulf

Hamelink

C. J.

1991-Special Issue

The Gulf War, the media and human rights

Ismail/Ramanathan

B./S.

1991-Special Issue

Reporting the Gulf War in Malaysia

Jouët

J.

1991-Special Issue

Technology as mystification in the Gulf War

Kleinwächter

W.

1991-Special Issue

National security versus the right to know

Luostarinen

H.

1991-Special Issue

Innovations of moral policy in the Gulf War

Malek/Leidig

A./L.

1991-Special Issue

US press coverage of the Gulf War

Motamed-Nejad/Badii/
Mohsenian-Rad

K./N./
M.

1991-Special Issue

Iran's press loses sight of truth

Nain

Z.

1991-Special Issue

The Malaysian press - ethnicising the issue?

Servaes

J.

1991-Special Issue

Was Grenada a testcase for the 'disinformation war'?

Traber/Davies

M./A.

1991-Special Issue

Ethics of war reporting

Wober

J. M.

1991-Special Issue

Television and British public opinion on the conflict with Iraq

Ansah

P. A. V.

1992-1

The right to communicate: impolications for development

                   Top

Anuar

M. K.

1992-1

Working for unity in multi-ethnic Malaysia

Astroff

R. J.

1992-1

The politics and political economics of language

Boafo

S. T. K.

1992-1

Mass media in Africa: constraints and possible solutions

Closepet/Tsui

R./L-S.

1992-1

An interview with Professor George Gerbner

de Matos

H. H. G.

1992-1

Brazilian politicians use media language to personalise power

Deprez

K.

1992-1

Linguistic nationalists clash in Belgium

Gutierrez/Castillo

F. G./D. P.

1992-1

Para enfrentar a los nuevos dioses

Harder

B.

1992-1

Aboriginal peoples in Canada face tough government policies

Litteral

R.

1992-1

Language policies in Melanesia

Louw

E.

1992-1

Language and national unity in post-apartheid South Africa

Okunna

C. S.

1992-1

Communication for self-reliance among rural women in Nigeria

Oommen

T. K.

1992-1

Contradictions in language policies in independent India

Rajadurai/Geetha

S. V./V.

1992-1

Tamilnadu claims its linguistic heritage

Samuel

K.

1992-1

Towards a national language policy in St. Lucia

Youichi

I.

1992-1

What makes a language international?

Yukio

T.

1992-1

The dominance of English and linguistic discrimination

Alves

L.

1992-2

Tradition, modernity and democratisation

Ballai

J.

1992-2

Windows remain closed in the new European house

de Melo

J. M.

1992-2

NWICO - an idea ahead of its time?

Gilliat

S.

1992-2

Divine health warning: adverts can damage your sense of religion

Grant

M.

1992-2

Investigative journalism in Britain is under government threat

Grooscors

G.

1992-2

NWICO - staring all over again

Jurkowicz

M.

1992-2

Coming to terms with press freedom in the former USSR

Kulothungan

G. D.

1992-2

A call for new uses of communication technology in India

Mowlana

H.

1992-2

The emerging world order: for whom and for what?

Pasquali

A.

1992-2

Shifting the debate: from the academic world to the real world

Roncagliolo

R.

1992-2

Latin America and the NWICO: neither widows nor orphans

Schmucler

H.

1992-2

Communication as a disservice to humanity

Sideri

S.

1992-2

The opening-up of Eastern Europe and its impact on North-South relations

Suter

K.

1992-2

Media chaos in Australia offers new opportunities

Thomas

M. M.

1992-2

The South needs a new vision of modernisation

Uribe

H.

1992-2

The NWICO as a victim of neo-liberal right-wing politics

Abubakar

C. A.

1992-3

Ethno-religious conflict in the Philippines - and Islamic perspective

Bacévić

L. J.

1992-3

Serbia's media trapped in nationalist aggression

Bašić

S.

1992-3

Media at war in former Yugoslavia

Bauman/Siebert

M./H.

1992-3

Holding the middle ground between event and perception in the South African conflict

Becker

J.

1992-3

Empathy for Islamic culture is vital to changing age-old stereotypes

Brown

A.

1992-3

Caribbean struggle to create own media environment

Cappelli

P.

1992-3

Albanians deceived by Italian media

Chan

J. M.

1992-3

Media framing social conflicts: a theoretical review

Drakulič

S.

1992-3

The totalitarian mind - true enemy of Balkan media

Durán

J. M. P.

1992-3

New actors, new bridges for Latin American communication

Kim

W. L.

1992-3

Ethnicity, religion and the Malaysian media

Nelson/Soderlund

R. C./W. C.

1992-3

Press definitions of reality during elections in Haiti

Ossandón

F.

1992-3

Fighting for community radio in Chile

Porras

E.

1992-3

The bravest act' - a plea for religious tolerance

Simmons

C. E.

1992-3

After the Los Angeles riots: new challenges face US media

Splichal

S.

1992-3

Media and State-supported nationalism in Eastern Europe

Tehranian

M.

1992-3

Ethnic discourse and the new world dysorder

Thomas

P. N.

1992-3

Media and politics of revivalism in India

Arthur

C.

1992-4

Agony in advertising: Appraising recent media images of suffering and death

Davies

T.

1992-4

Killer Rambo has his imitators

Emenyeonu

B. N.

1992-4

Sickness, suffering and death in Nigerian media

Fraser

D.

1992-4

Media refine reality of death

Fuller

L. K.

1992-4

Death on children's television - how to cope with the inevitable

Gumpert/Drucker

G./S. J.

1992-4

Respect for life even at public executions

Gunaratne

S. A.

1992-4

Invading the privacy of mourners and victims

Gunaratne

S. A.

1992-4

Select bibliography on mass media and death

Horvát

J.

1992-4

How free are East European media without State control?

Izyumov

A. I.

1992-4

From glasnost to the market: ex-Soviet media in flux

Jurkowicz

M.

1992-4

Russian Church emerges from the shadow of the State

Meech

P.

1992-4

Death in a Scottish tabloid

Pratt

C. B.

1992-4

Western journalism confounded by death and war in Africa

Traber

M.

1992-4

Death and the media: an introduction

Williams

K.

1992-4

AIDS stories covered up

Armes

R.

1993-1

Film as an authentic expression of francophone Africa

                   Top

Aufderheide

P.

1993-1

Film and video in the cultural struggle of Latin America

Binford

M.

1993-1

Alternative images - women in recent Indian film

Festa

R.

1993-1

Brazilian cinema loses its way

Holloway

R.

1993-1

Religious themes in films of the last decade

Lee

P.

1993-1

Film in culture - holding up a mirror to imagination

Lee

P.

1993-1

The resilience of Russian popular culture to political change

Li-Fen

A.

1993-1

The politics of cinema in China

Malone

P.

1993-1

Australian cinema has come of age

Mayer

D.

1993-1

Teaching audiovisual production in Africa and Asia - a personal account

Oliveira

O. S.

1993-1

The allure of the modern in Brazil's dance of dependency

Pavelin

A.

1993-1

Films evoking a sense of religion: the classics and their successors

Simmons

C. E.

1993-1

Malcolm X' and the evolution of black consciousness in the USA

Srampickal

J.

1993-1

How audiences shape street theatre in India

Valle

C. A.

1993-1

Luis Buñuel and the discreet charm of theology

White

R. A.

1993-1

New media strategies for cultural identity in Latin America

Barrera

E.

1993-2

Nationalism vs. capitalism in Mexico's telecommunications policies

Braman

S.

1993-2

Global surveillance, media policies and civil liberty

CLAI document

1993-2

Church reaction to regional trade agreement in South America

Dervin/Higgins/
Huesca/Osborne/
Jaikumar-Mahey

B./J./
R./T./
P.

1993-2

Toward a communication theory of dialogue

Durán

J. M. P.

1993-2

Mercado, estado y políticas de comunicación

Gunaratne

S. A.

1993-2

Unesco must recover its universality

Hamelink

C. J.

1993-2

The right to knowledge - a balancing act

Hills

J.

1993-2

US hegemony and GATT: The liberalisation of telecommunications

Hunke

H.

1993-2

Informing the future - knowledge as heritage

Kameri-Mbote/
Sihanya

P. G./
B. M.

1993-2

Intellectual property rights North and South

Lee

P.

1993-2

Berlin Film Festival 1993 - searching for new directions

NCBB document

1993-2

Mercosul: Governments and TNCs act over the heads of the people

Roventa-Frumusani

D.

1993-2

Le rôle des médias en restructurant l'ancien 'ordre'

Samarajiva

R.

1993-2

Policy constraints in the Canada-US Free Trade Agreement

Servaes/Arnst

J./R.

1993-2

First things first: Participatory communication for change

Sklair

L.

1993-2

Consumerism drives the global mass media system

Slaco

D.

1993-2

Imposing 'trade discipline' on Canada's telecommunications

Arthur

C.

1993-3

The art of communicating religious diversity

Butscher

M.

1993-3

Military sabotage press freedom in Sierra Leone

Durán/Uranga

J. M. P./W.

1993-3

Future options for satellite use in Latin America

Hawley

J. C.

1993-3

Popular literature's contribution to the religious imagination

Hoover/Venturelli

S. M./S. S. V.

1993-3

On the dehumanisation in global communications

Hunt

R. A. E

1993-3

Storytelling is the basis of religious communication

Jäggi

U. A.

1993-3

Der Film aus dem Süden verdient die Aufmerksamkeit des Nordens

Paletz/Femia

D. L./R.

1993-3

Portrayal of death in US media

Soukup

P. A.

1993-3

Spirituality, popular culture and television

Wall

J. M.

1993-3

Films revealing ultimate concerns

Boafo

S. T. K.

1993-4

Paul A. V. Ansah (1938-93): A tribute

de Oliveira Soares

I.

1993-4

New Brazilian law stresses communication education

Fergusson

P.

1993-4

The links between democracy, communications and human rights

Galtung

J.

1993-4

The role of communication in rethinking European identity

Halloran

J. D.

1993-4

The European image: Unity in diversity - myth or reality?

Hamelink

C. J.

1993-4

Europe and the democratic deficit

Husband

C.

1993-4

Europe', media and identities: The European Community and ethnic minorities

Venturelli

S. S.

1993-4

Democracy as fiction in the transnational public sphere

Bazalgette

C.

1994-1

Teaching the media in tomorrow's schools

                   Top

Document

1994-1

Responsibilities of the press in conflict situations

Ferris

L.

1994-1

Children making television in Guatemala

Gilliat

S.

1994-1

Advertising as a pseudo-relgion

Goodwin/Winter

N./A.

1994-1

New images of the South - UNICEF's media policy

Lebedeva

T.

1994-1

Le combat pour contrôler les média en l'ex-URSS

O'Connell

S.

1994-1

Children should learn to read adverts

Sheppard

A.

1994-1

Television is not child's play

Steinmann

B.

1994-1

A news service by children in Switzerland

Tadros

C.

1994-1

Networking for children's rights in the media

Wall

J. M.

1994-1

The lost world of children's films

Zernetskaya

O. S.

1994-1

Broadcasting reform in Ukraine

Bam

B.

1994-2

Women, communication and socio-cultural identity: creating a common vision

Bhasin

K.

1994-2

Women and communication alternatives: hope for the next century

Communication models

1994-2

Women organise for alternative media

Gerbner

G.

1994-2

Women and minorities on TV: A study in casting and fate

Gillwald

G.

1994-2

Women, democracy and media in South Africa

Hermano

T.

1994-2

Women empowering communication - the conference experience

Heyzer

N./A.

1994-2

Women, communication and development: changing dominant structures

Ismond

P.

1994-2

Ethnic minority media in the UK - access and control

Mattelart

M.

1994-2

Women, media and power: a time of crisis

May

M. A.

1994-2

Replacing false images

Alexander

H.

1994-3

Is there still room for God on the airwaves?

Bjørdal

O. A.

1994-3

Re-evaluating the Christian legacy in Scandinavia

Craig

D.

1994-3

Religious broadcasting for a multi-faith international audience

Dunn

H. S.

1994-3

Telecommunications regulation: lesson from a Caribbean debate

Emmanuel

D.

1994-3

Religious broadcasting and inter-religious dialogue

Fore

W. F.

1994-3

Commercial media versus cultural and spiritual values

ITC Research Monograph

1994-3

Religion and television in the 1990s

Kürschner-Pelkmann

F.

1994-3

Struggling for media dominance in the Asia-Pacific region

Lee

P.

1994-3

Intolerance, media responsibility and Schindler's List

Marliangeas

B.

1994-3

Les émissions religieuses en France aujourd'hui

NCCC Statement

1994-3

Global communication for justice

Servaes

J.

1994-3

Bhutan: the dragon awakes to 'modern' broadcasting

White

R. A.

1994-3

Models of religious broadcasting

Declaration

1994-4

Responsibility in a media-based society

Golding

P.

1994-4

The communications paradox: inequality at the national and international levels

Hashim

R.

1994-4

Direct broadcast satellites and their implications for Malaysia

Hong

J.

1994-4

CNN sets its sights on the Asian market

Kabil

I. N.

1994-4

The redeemed worlds of Robert Bresson and Andrei Tarkovsky

Kariithi

N. K.

1994-4

The crisis facing development journalism in Africa

McNeill

S.

1994-4

The International Children's Day of Broadcasting

Murdock

G.

1994-4

The new Mogul empires: Media concentration and control in the age of convergence

Stephens

K. D.

1994-4

Multimedia - Pandora's box in which hope is greater than faith or charity

Wall

J. M.

1994-4

Movie ratings, freedom of expression and community control

Woodard

E. H.

1994-4

Interactive media - communication technologies for the 21st century

Bailey

G.

1995-1

Body politics and missing themes of women in American news

                   Top

Boafo/Arnaldo

S. T. K.
/C. A.

1995-1

The Unesco communication programme: Building capacity and protecting press freedom

Boylan

R. F.

1995-1

International journalism and naming the 'other'

Centurion/Philpott

D./M.

1995-1

Papua New Guinea addresses issues of information and communication

Ciccacio

A. M.

1995-1

Rá-Tim-Bum Castle: Brazil triumphs over cultural poverty

Kennedy

L. B.

1995-1

Vietnam seeks political stability and economic growth

Morrison

J. F.

1995-1

Changes in the mass media of the Sakha Republic, Siberia

Nyamnjoh

F. B.

1995-1

Media and political pluralism in Cameroon

Schmucler

H.

1995-1

The scandal of aestheticising horror: thoughts on Schindler's List

Yebio

B.

1995-1

Communication and development in Eritrea - past, present and future

Document

1995-2

Audiovisual media education: An urgent social concern

Document

1995-2

Global communications: democratic access for women

Goonasekera

A. S.

1995-2

Communication studies and contemporary societies in Asia

Gunaratne

S. A.

1995-2

Books on global communication - a philosophical tussle

Halloran

J. D.

1995-2

Media education and research: In search of a sound base for future developments

Jones

M.

1995-2

A critical and eclectic approach to media education: Overview of the Leicester workshop

Masterman

L.

1995-2

Media education worldwide: Objectives, values and superhighways

Prinsloo

J.

1995-2

Media education and the reconstruction of South America

Shaw

C.

1995-2

A broadcaster's reflections on media education

Surlin/Soderlund

S. H./W. C.

1995-2

Hearing from the people on Jamaican call-in radio

Svendsen

K. G.

1995-2

International law and the right to communicate

Tufte

B.

1995-2

An integrated approach to media education in Europe

Document

1995-3

The Tunis Statement of the MacBride Round Table on Communication

Gallagher

M.

1995-3

Communication and human dignity: a women's rights perspective

Gatwa

T.

1995-3

Ethnic conflict and the media: The case of Rwanda

Gooch

C. R.

1995-3

Gangster rap: Message music or mayhem for profit?

Harder

B.

1995-3

Limitations of the media in representing Aboriginal cultures in Canada

Hooper/Gordon

R. A./V.

1995-3

Conflict and cultural identity in developing indigenous productions

Kyi

A. S. S.

1995-3

Democracy - the common heritage of humanity

McNeill

S.

1995-3

Songlines and earth dreaming in a technological age

O'Donnell/Delgado

S./G.

1995-3

Using the Internet to strengthen the Indigenous nations of the Americas

Oliveira

O. S.

1995-3

Media seduction and human dignity

Summy

R.

1995-3

The cultural history of nonviolence in Australia

Valle

C. A.

1995-3

Communication built upon solidarity, dialogue and love

Valle

C. A.

1995-3

Death on Request' - television's contribution to the euthanasia debate

van den Heuval

A.

1995-3

The restoration and renewal of human dignity world-wide

Ayish/Al Shamsi

M. I/I.

1995-4

Traditional communication survives in the modern United Arab Emirates

Baraona

A. M. E.

1995-4

Mujer realizadora y proyecto profesional

Fore

W. F.

1995-4

Moving images challenge theology

Funiok

R.

1995-4

Basic questions concerning audience ethics

Getino

O.

1995-4

El audiovisual: ¿El comienzo de una nueva era?

Heffner

R. D.

1995-4

Setting moral discrimination in place of material gain

Jäggi

U. A.

1995-4

Creating a showcase of films from the South

Kaplún

M.

1995-4

Integrating communication and cultures in the context of the Mercosur

Malone

P.

1995-4

A century of priests on screen

May

J. R.

1995-4

Cinema at 100 is alive and well

Ngugi

C. M.

1995-4

The mass media and democratisation in Africa

Roberge

G.

1995-4

Promoting human dignity through Indian cinema

Servaes

J.

1995-4

What is genuinely Asian about Asian cinema?

Verbeek

M.

1995-4

Mythological aspects of contemporary film art

Bhasin

K.

1996-1

Women empowering communication: From Bangkok to Beijing

                   Top

D'Souza

F.

1996-1

Communicating for peace

Dunn

H.

1996-1

Empowering the voiceless in an era of globalisation

Galeano

E. H.

1996-1

Notes on inequality and incommunication

Hamelink

C. J.

1996-1

Globalisation and human dignity: The case of the information superhighway

Smith

D.

1996-1

A Latin American perspective on human dignity in practice

Valle

C. A.

1996-1

Community and dignity: from Manila to Mexico

Gecau

K.

1996-2

The world has no owner' - popular songs and social realities in Africa

Huesca

R.

1996-2

New directions for participatory communication for development

Martin

B.

1996-2

Communication technology and nonviolent action

McNeill

S.

1996-2

Singing for peace and reconciliation

Pattel-Gray

A.

1996-2

Australian Aboriginal communities as resistance

Sovik

L.

1996-2

Meio sem graca: Pop music as cultural resistance

Thomas

P. N.

1996-2

Communication as everyday resistance: Economic migrants, popular culture and 'city'zenship

Villalobos

F. C.

1996-2

La idea de dignidad en las marchas de protesta mexicanas

Harris

P.

1996-3

Globalisation, civil society and communication

Ó Siochrú

S.

1996-3

Strategies and opportunities for democratic media

Terrell

R. L.

1996-3

China-bashing Western journalists

Tomaselli

K. G.

1996-3

The need for global solidarity

Wall

J. M.

1996-3

Krzysztof Kieslowski (1941-96): screen giant of irony

Becker

J.

1996-4

The Internet, structural violence and non-communication

Botes

J.

1996-4

Journalism and conflict resolution

Burres

B.

1996-4

Films make people aware about human rights

Document

1996-4

The Seoul Statement of the MacBride Round Table on Communication

Geetha

V.

1996-4

Religion and the aesthetics of communication

Gerbner

G.

1996-4

The stories we tell

Iturralde

E. R.

1996-4

Amateur film-making and cultural identity

Linden

A.

1996-4

Communication and human rights: a challenge we cannot refuse

Perez

R.

1996-4

Mass mediated culture and religious expression in Peru

Tehranian

M.

1996-4

Communication and conflict

Tomaselli

K. G.

1996-4

The scientifically unexplainable: magic and the electronic cosmos

Arthur

C.

1997-1

Immense challenges face media in Haiti

                   Top

Bustamante

E.

1997-1

Limits' in Latin American communication studies

Canclini

N. G.

1997-1

Hybrid cultures and communicative strategies

Document

1997-1

Changes in European infomatics policy

Ferguson

M.

1997-1

Shifting continental divides: the USA and Canada

González

J. A.

1997-1

The willingness to weave: cultural analysis, Cultural Fronts and networks of the future

Lee

P.

1997-1

Bordering on the reel: reality and fiction in film

Martín-Barbero

J.

1997-1

Cultural decentring and palimpsests of identity

Rønning

H.

1997-1

Language, cultural myths, media and Realpolitik:the case of Mozambique

Schlesinger/Morris

P./N.

1997-1

Cultural boundaries: identity and communication in Latin America

Valle

C. A.

1997-1

Communication and cultural identity 

Aphornsuvan

T.

1997-2

Thai national identity benefits from freedom of expression

Bustamante

E.

1997-2

The audiovisual sector and information technologies in Europe

Choumkhamphanh

S.

1997-2

Communication policy and broadcasting in Laos

Getino

O.

1997-2

The audiovisual scenario in Latin America

Owens-Ibie

N.

1997-2

Communication dilemmas in a traditional African society

Sotheacheath

C.

1997-2

Journalists play an important role in strengthening Cambodia

Thomas

P. N.

1997-2

Communication and national identity: towards an inclusive vision

Tiam-Tong

C. S.

1997-2

How communication preserves cultural identiy in northern Thailand

Yu/Xiaoming/
Kewen

H./H./
Z.

1997-2

Challenges to government control of information in China

Bayles

T.

1997-3

Indigenous broadcasting in Australia

Calí

F.

1997-3

¿Cómo reivindicar los derechos de los Pueblos Indígenas y sus posibilidades de ser escuchados?

Gadotti

M.

1997-3

Paulo Freire: dreaming of a world of equality and justice

Harper

C.

1997-3

Overcoming impunity - reconciliation in Latin America

Hove

C.

1997-3

Oral traditions claim a place in modern mass media

Lee

P.

1997-3

Truth in context, or what does truth mean?

Lowe

B.

1997-3

Mongolia's bid for free media is stifled by a lack of standards

Morales

C.

1997-3

Journalism, democracy and societies in transition

Nicholas

C.

1997-3

Stealing stories: communication and indigenous autonomy

Pattel-Gray

A.

1997-3

Indigenous communications in Australia

Restoule

J-P.

1997-3

Intercultural communication in Aboriginal sentencing circles in Canada

Wickham

A.

1997-3

Hidden perspectives on communication and culture in the Pacific Islands

Forbes

B. D.

1997-4

Batman crucified: Religion and modern superheroes

Francart

R.

1997-4

Brève histoire du neuvième art: La bande dessinée chrétienne

Gooch

C. R.

1997-4

Black journalists in South Africa tread new paths

Gordon

K.

1997-4

Government allows a new public sphere to evolve in China

Kigha

J. K.

1997-4

Profile of a satirical comedian in Cameroon

Koch

W. 

1997-4

Kenyan religious media seek strategy

Krarup

N. T.

1997-4

Taking humour seriously

Lent

J. A.

1997-4

Rebirth of cartooning in the South

McNeill

S.

1997-4

Interview with Carlos Arnaldo

Mwampembwa

G.

1997-4

African cartoonists take risks

Puiggrós

A.

1997-4

Paulo Freire and the 'Pedagogy of Hope'

van Dam

A.

1997-4

Forget the words

Owens-Ibie

N.

1998-1

How video films developed in Nigeria

                   Top

Alleyne

M.

1998-1

Language and communication in the Caribbean

Anthony

P. A. B.

1998-1

Théologie et perception populaire

Anthony

P. A. B.

1998-1

Metepec to Marisule: An introduction to WACC-CARIBE

Anthony

P. A. B.

1998-1

Metepec pou Marisule: Listwa WACC-CARIBE

Brown

A.

1998-1

The Caribbean - a chance for community media to develop

Carrington

L. D.

1998-1

Using vernacular languages in the media

Document

1998-1

The Boulder Statement of the MacBride Round Table on Communication

Guzmán

M. D.

1998-1

Globalización y comunicación alternativa

Pereira

A.

1998-1

Mind your language!

Rabess

G.

1998-1

Popular media and cultural identity in the Eastern Caribbean

Ramos

A. G.

1998-1

Creating a culture of exchange and co-operation in the Caribbean today

Routté-Gómez

E.

1998-1

From Caribbean hip-hop to Puerto Rican lament

Xiaoming/Yu/
Kewen

H./H./
Z.

1998-1

Free market vs. political control in China: Convenience or contradiction?

Christians

C. G.

1998-2

The sacredness of life

Cridlan

R. J.

1998-2

Communicating human dignity through disability awareness

Fontes

M.

1998-2

Disabled people are strangers in their own land

Gerbner

G.

1998-2

Images of mental illness in the mass media

Halloran

J. D.

1998-2

Social science, communication research and the Third World

Hurst

R.

1998-2

Forget pity or charity: Disability is a rights issue

Miller

S. E.

1998-2

Designing communication technologies for everyone

Oliveira

A.

1998-2

Medios de comunicación como potenciales productores de espacios de salud

Phiri

A.

1998-2

Mass media and disability in Africa

Ribela

S. B.

1998-2

Libertad religiosa formal y discriminación real en España

Ross

K.

1998-2

Disability and the media: A suitable case for treatment?

Runge

S. K.

1998-2

Southern Africa Federation of the Disabled

Simmons

P.

1998-2

Disabled people are taking control of their own lives

Villamizar

G.

1998-2

Reconciling education and mass media

Wall

J. M.

1998-2

Movies as mirrors and windows: Depicting disabilities in film

Agustín

L.

1998-3

The plight of migrant women: They speak, but who's listening?

Bauer

J.

1998-3

Cultural communication, media, and Iranian women refugees in Germany and Canada

Becker

J.

1998-3

Multiculturalism in German broadcasting

Bondy

D. J.

1998-3

Deconstructing 'Canada': A vision of hope

Causse

J-D.

1998-3

Le film: miroir et lieu d'altérité

Corcoran

F.

1998-3

The refugee challenge for Ireland: Cultural globalisation or identity crisis?

Gambarotto

L.

1998-3

L'œuvre cinématographique: résonances théologiques

Harder

B.

1998-3

Education for extinction: Racism in Canadian universities

Islam

S,

1998-3

Castle perilous: How the EU is rebuilding its defences

Ogan/Milikowski

C./M.

1998-3

Television helps to define 'home' for the Turkish women of Amsterdam

Roncagliolo

R.

1998-3

The future imperfect of radio

Sahraoui

M.

1998-3

Putting more colour into the Dutch media

Suter

K.

1998-3

Australia, the media and the politics of anger

Waisbord

S.

1998-3

What's in a name? - The many lives of alternative media

Bahi

A. A.

1998-4

Les tambours baillonnés: Contrôle et mainmise du pouvoir sur les médias en Côte d'Ivoire

Brown

A.

1998-4

A contextual macro-analysis of media in the Caribbean in the 1990s

Coronel

S. S.

1998-4

Media ownership and control in the Philippines

de Burgh

H.

1998-4

China: New public sphere, new TV journalists?

Document

1998-4

The Cuscatlán Charter on the right to communicate

McChesney

R. W.

1998-4

The political economy of global media

McDowell/Pashupati

S./K.

1998-4

India's Internet policies: Ownership, control and purposes

Nain/Anuar

Z./M.

1998-4

Ownership and control of the Malaysian media

Nwachuku

F. C.

1998-4

Media ownership in Nigeria: Present and future perspectives

Nyamnjoh

F. B.

1998-4

Media ownership and control in Cameroon: Constraints on media freedom

Opazo

A.

1998-4

Ethics, democracy and citizenship

Routté-Gómez/Albanese

E./L.

1998-4

Killing the messenger: The media in Puerto Rico

Wall

J. M.

1998-4

New films on children and youth challenge old perceptions

Agard

R.

1999-1

Existing in other worlds: How to locate indigenous narratives

                   Top

Ansu-Kyeremeh

K.

1999-1

Establishing boundaries for the right to communicate religion

Badarni

M.

1999-1

Helping to promote literacy among Arab children in Israel

Boyle

R.

1999-1

Young Asia Television experiments with public service broadcasting

Fuenzalida

V.

1999-1

Towards reforming public television in Latin America

Gosling/Richards

J./M.

1999-1

How young children can learn from popular television

Henríquez

N. B.

1999-1

Los derechos del niño: sueños y realidades

Jakubowicz

K.

1999-1

Public Service Broadcasting: Proud past, interesting future?

Montgomery/Pasnik

K./S.

1999-1

Responsible advertising to children and youth online

Paredes

A.

1999-1

El Periodiquito: Propuesta de comunicación educativa con niños, niñas y adolescentes

Siddiqi

M. A.

1999-1

Ethics and responsibility in journalism: An Islamic perspective

Sipowicz/Falchini

D. S./A.

1999-1

¿Una radio para chicos? ¿Una radio hecha por los chicos?

Vieira

G.

1999-1

Sex and violence: A Brazilian soap opera

Beltrão

J. F.

1999-2

Amazonia in focus: Brazilian and regional media scenarios

Christians

C. G.

1999-2

Ethics, economics and innovation: The future of accountability

de Bruin

M.

1999-2

Gender, media production and output

Jakubowicz

K.

1999-2

Public Service Broadcasting in the Information Society

Janke

T.

1999-2

Biodiversity, patents and Indigenous Peoples

Mansell

R.

1999-2

The politics of designing information networks

Mattelart

A.

1999-2

Against global inevitability

Ó Siochrú

S.

1999-2

Democratising telecommunications: The role of organisations in civil society

Roach

C.

1999-2

Journalism for people: An interview with P. Sainath

Servaes

J.

1999-2

Communication for development is alive and kicking!

Venturelli

S.

1999-2

Information society and multilateral agreements: Obstacles for developing countries

Erjavec/Volcic

K./Z.

1999-3

Media education in Slovenia

Iordanova

D.

1999-3

East Europe's cinema industries since 1989

Kolar-Panov

D.

1999-3

Broadcasting in Macedonia: Between the State and the market

Kováts

I.

1999-3

Dilemmas facing Hungary in securing genuine democratisation of communications

Lauk

E.

1999-3

Trends in the development of the Estonian media marker in the 1990s

Pietiläinen

J.

1999-3

Democratisation of the media in the Republic of Karelia

Raycheva

L.

1999-3

Turn-of-the-century challenges facing the mass media in Bulgaria

Ricupero

R.

1999-3

Tackling the final and optimal crisis of the century

Roventa-Frumusani

D.

1999-3

Mass media and the transition in Romania

Splichal

S.

1999-3

Using the principle of publicity to create public service media

Tilson

D. J.

1999-3

Against the common good: The commodification of Latin America

Wall

J. M.

1999-3

Film fathers: From the angelic to the demonic

Cass

P.

1999-4

Tok Pisin and Tok Ples as languages of identification in Papua New Guinea

Hamelink

C. J.

1999-4

Language and the right to communicate

Iordanova

D.

1999-4

War in Bosnia - moving images

Lee

P.

1999-4

Rehabilitating language

Skutnabb-Kangas

T.

1999-4

What fate awaits the world's languages?

Slough

L.

1999-4

From our mothers' arms

Thomas

P. N.

1999-4

Web wars and interfaith futures in India

Wanless

D.

1999-4

Selective protection: Guarding language in South Africa

de Santa Ana

J.

2000-1

La Iglesia, la pobreza y la economía global

                   Top

Deacy

C. R.

2000-1

Redemption and film: Cinema as a contemporary site of religious activity

Devereux/Haynes

E./A.

2000-1

Irish print media coverage of the 1998 Sudanese crisis: The case of the Irish Times

Ferré

J. P.

2000-1

Death and dying in 'For Better or For Worse'

Hills

M.

2000-1

Conceptualising the fourth world: Four approaches to poverty and communication

Lee

P.

2000-1

The torturous road to reconciliation

Powell/Salverda

J./M.

2000-1

Coupons make the world go around

Regan

J.

2000-1

From French revolution to information revolution

Sainath

P.

2000-1

Poverty, development and the press in India

Sung

J. M.

2000-1

Christian faith and the globalisation of poverty

Uddin

N. H. M. S.

2000-1

Village Phone: An information revolution for rural Bangladesh

Wall

J. M.

2000-1

First impressions: The angelic taxi driver

Wilkins/Waters

K./J.

2000-1

Current discourse on new technologies in development communication

Document

2000-2

The Asmara Declaration on African Languages and Literatures

Ferguson

R.

2000-2

The potential role of the mass media in deconstructing racism

Gandy

O. H.

2000-2

Audience segmentation: Is it racism or just good business?

Hernando

M. C.

2000-2

Democracy requires science journalism

Husband

C.

2000-2

Beyond contesting racism: Imagining the polyethnic media environment

Iordanova

D.

2000-2

Arkan: A villain glamorised by the media

Lee

P.

2000-2

Restoring the rights of children

Mertens

M.

2000-2

Everyday racism and the importance of a cultural paradigm

Ndebele

N.

2000-2

Playing the race card in South Africa

Pendakur

M.

2000-2

Herbert I Schiller (1919-2000): Radical scholar, teacher, activist

Seneviratne

K.

2000-2

Migrants, racism and the media - a perspective from Australia

van Dijk

T. A.

2000-2

Media, racism and monitoring

Velleggia

S.

2000-2

Cultural politics: Choosing between the global market and democracy

Achtelstetter

K.

2000-3

Lost on the information superhighway?

Dabbous-Sensenig

D.

2000-3

Media vs. society in Lebanon: Schizophrenia in an age of globalisation

de Bruin

M.

2000-3

Looking beyond the 'body count' in the Caribbean

del Nevo

M.

2000-3

Developing gender sensitive communication policies

Fako/Nyamnjoh

T. T./F. B.

2000-3

Waiting for Botswana Television: Benefits and consequences

Festa

R.

2000-3

The current situation in Latin America

Mainville-Neeson

A.

2000-3

Don't abandon safeguards in the name of freedom of expression!

Munyakho

D. K.

2000-3

Gender perspectives ar needed in communication policies in Africa

Shivdas

M. M.

2000-3

Globalisation of the media and its implications for women's expression

van Dijck

B.

2000-3

Changing images: a long road

Alleyne

M. D.

2000-4

Education for peace: The UN and new ideas for the 'information age'

Arthur

C.

2000-4

Seeing (beyond) the frame

Blé

R. G.

2000-4

L'influence de la télévision: Un point de vue africain

Document

2000-4

Okinawa Charter on the Global Information Society

Document

2000-4

Beijing Declaration on the Rights of People with Disabilities in the New Century

Faber

A.

2000-4

A 'cruel radiance': Reconciliation in Mike Leigh's Secrets and Lies

Jacques

G.

2000-4

Communicating reconciliation: The churches' responsibilities in an increasingly secular society

Lehman

M.

2000-4

Sanctions: The children of Iraw are still dying

McIntosh

I. S.

2000-4

Giving back the bike: Reconciliation's promise

Nyamnjoh

F. B.

2000-4

A cultural foundation for communicating reconciliation in Africa

Pérez

R.

2000-4

Hablar de comunicación en tiempos de confrontación en el Perú

Soukup SJ

P. A.

2000-4

Theological understandings of reconciliation

Wall

J. M.

2000-4

Screening ambiguity: From conflict to the common good

Blé

R. G.

2001-1

L'internet, outil de développement: Une nouvelle donnée pour l'éducation en Afrique noire

                   Top

Bonnot

B. R.

2001-1

The agony and the ecstasy of media work in the USA

Brabazon

T.

2001-1

He lies like a rug: Digitising memory

Cooper

T. W.

2001-1

Plain speaking in a world of suspect communication technologies

Gumucio-Dagron

A.

2001-1

Is the Internet a form of electronic apartheid?

Lee

P

2001-1

Nurslings of immorality': Being human or being digital?

Plou

D. S.

2001-1

América Latina entra a la carrera ciberespacial

Bereng

P. M.

2001-2

Privatisation of the media and national survival in Lesotho

Fombad

C. M.

2001-2

Service providers and liability for digital defamation: Finding the right balance

Grøtan/Svendsen

T./N. V.

2001-2

Globalisation and its possible effects on independent media in South Africa

Lent

J. A.

2001-2

Cartooning and democratisation world-wide

Manhando-Makore

S.

2001-2

Free for all? The case of Zimbabwe's media

Mason

A.

2001-2

Cartoon journalism in Africa puts political power into perspective

Mogekwu

M.

2001-2

The politics of press freedom and the national economy in Swaziland

Nyahunzvi

T. M.

2001-2

The Zimbabwe Mass Media Trust: An experiment that failed

Phiri/Powers

B./D.

2001-2

Plurality and power relations in Zambian broadcasting

Tomaselli/Dunn

K./H.

2001-2

Reform and outreach: Analysing Southern African media

Camacho

C. A.

2001-3

¿Cómo construir ciudadanía responsible desde los medios?

Document

2001-3

The Windhoek Charter on Broadcasting in Africa

Iwabuchi

K.

2001-3

Japanese popular culture and East Asian modernities

Jayasankar/
Monteiro

K. P./
A. 

2001-3

Images of the 'other' in India

Keane

M.

2001-3

Cultural identity, internationalisation and regional diversity

Lee

T.

2001-3

The state of civil society in Singapore

Mares

P.

2001-3

The media and asylum seekers in Australia

Santos

J. M. C.

2001-3

Globalisation and tradition: Paradoxes in Philippine television and culture

Servaes/Lie

J./R.

2001-3

Media versus globalisation and localisation

Sung

W.

2001-3

The politics of compassion: Journalism, class formation and social change in China

Terzis

G.

2001-3

Think local, teach global: National identity and media education

Viney

R.

2001-3

Religious programmes build bridges

Cu

M.

2001-4

Razones/reasons

de Carlotto

E. B.

2001-4

Memory and reconciliation: Media and ways of communicating

Gutiérrez-Cortéz

E.

2001-4

Memory and reconciliation: The story of Guatemala

Hamelink

C. J.

2001-4

Confronting cultural rights

Herfkens

E.

2001-4

Communication must strengthen civil society

Inyumba

A.

2001-4

Restoring human dignity and reconciling the people of Rwanda

Mitchell/Bonk

J./S.

2001-4

Building bridges

Raiser

K.

2001-4

Reconciliation is an act of mutual recognition

Sivaraksa

S.

2001-4

Culture and reconciliation

Special report

2001-4

Women in media in dialogue

Valle

C. A.

2001-4

Community, dignity, reconciliation

Vidal-Hall

J.

2001-4

Communication: Confronting the challenges to reconciliation

Villa-Vicencio

C.

2001-4

Communicating reconciliation: In pursuit of humanity

Vittachi

A.

2001-4

Can media save the world?

Anderson

D. E.

2001-Special Issue

Reporting conflict

Gumbleton

T. J.

2001-Special Issue

Choosing not to know: A spiritual crisis faces the nation

Halliday

D. J.

2001-Special Issue

The news embargo on Iraq

Kelly

K.

2001-Special Issue

Campaigning for Iraq: Signs of hope?

Kerschner

L.

2001-Special Issue

Answering for the misery we have caused

Lee

P.

2001-Special Issue

Iraq and the politics of indifference: A price worth paying?

Lynch

J.

2001-Special Issue

Iraq, peace journalism and the construction of truth

Masri

R.

2001-Special Issue

US coverage of Iraq: Breaking the sanctions on truth

McCullough

J. L.

2001-Special Issue

Changing a morally intolerable policy

Nahhal

M.

2001-Special Issue

Sanctions on Iraq - until when?

Valle

C. A.

2001-Special Issue

Communication in the service of truth and justice

von Sponeck

H.

2001-Special Issue

Sanctions on Iraq: A criminal policy that needs honest media coverage

Wall

J. M.

2001-Special Issue

The eye of the beholder: US-Israeli politics and Iraq

Wirth

P.

2001-Special Issue

How to get progressive mainstream news coverage

Chan

J. M.

2002-1

Media, democracy and globalisation: A comparative perspective

                   Top

Downing

J. D. H.

2002-1

Issues for media theory in Russia's transition from dictatorship

Gross

P.

2002-1

Media and political society in Eastern Europe

Gulyás

A.

2002-1

Democratisation and the mass media in post-communist Hungary

Hong

J.

2002-1

The role of media in China's democratisation

Lokongo

A. R.

2002-1

Media coverage of the Congo invasion: In the footsteps of Western interests?

Miller

D.

2002-1

World opinion opposed the attack on Afghanistan

Roussou/Richards

N./R.

2002-1

Cyprus television and global postmodernity

Sparks

C.

2002-1

Empowering women and men through participatory media structures

Vartanova

E.

2002-1

A global balancing act: New structures in the Russian media

Wall

J. M.

2002-1

Post-Taliban Afghanistan: A short route to chaos

Yoon

S.

2002-1

Democratisation and restructuring the media industry in South Korea

Fombad

C. M.

2002-2

Botswana risks exclusion from the digital global information age

Gutiérrez

E.

2002-2

Los medios y la transición democrática en Centroamérica

Hadjadj

D.

2002-2

La guerre d'Algérie: 40 ans après, est-ce encore trop tôt?

Hamelink

C. J.

2002-2

Communication may not build peace, but it can certainly contribute to war

Jacques

A.

2002-2

Breaking the silence on the war in Algeria - the fight for truth and reconciliation

Kandjii

K.

2002-2

De-regulation of the Namibian broadcasting industry: Challenges and contradictions

Lee

P.

2002-2

A life worth living: Digna Ochoa y Plácido (1963-2001)

Lynch

J.

2002-2

Impunity in journalism

Raheb

M.

2002-2

The Red Sea catch: A Palestinian perspective

Robertson

E. H.

2002-2

Are we still of any use?' - Impunity, the media and Dietrich Bonhoeffer

Schmucler

H.

2002-2

Verdad e impunidad

Thomas

P. N.

2002-2

Beyond the pale: Poverty in an era of cutting-edge communications. A view from India

Villa-Vicencio

C.

2002-2

Neither too much, nor too little justice: Amnesty in the South African context

Bailey

J. M.

2002-3

Style-sheet on the Palestinian-Israeli conflict

Document

2002-3

Journalists' Code of Fair Practice

Dunsky

M.

2002-3

What constitutes full and fair media coverage of Israeli-Palestinian issues?

Eltantawi

S.

2002-3

US media turn a blind eye to the Israeli occupation

Graesslé

I. S.

2002-3

Theological and ethical issues in virtual communication

Karsai

G.

2002-3

Andrei Tarkovsky: Cinema's poet

Siddiqui

H.

2002-3

International media coverage and changing societies: The view from Canada

Statement

2002-3

In defence of journalism as a public trust

Wall

J. M.

2002-3

Sharon's cunning plan

Costanza-Chock

S.

2002-4

The CRIS campaign: Mobilisations and blind spots

Document

2002-4

Highlights of the CRIS campaign

Gallagher SJ

M. S.

2002-4

Information rights of refugees in Southern Africa

Girard

B.

2002-4

Statement to the WSIS Civil Society Press Conference

Hamelink

C. J.

2002-4

Moral challenges in the information society

Maclellan

N.

2002-4

Refugees' right to information and communication in the Australia and Pacific region

Masterman

L.

2002-4

The Film Council, the British Film Institute and media education

Matta

F. R.

2002-4

Y de nuevo las mismas preguntas: ¿Cómo se articulan democracia y comunicación en el siglo XXI?

Ó Siochrú

S.

2002-4

A personal account of PrepCom 1

Pasquali

A.

2002-4

The information society: A case for setting up an international tribunal

Turley

A.

2002-4

Gender issues, the digital divide and the WSIS

UNIFEM

2002-4

Working for gender and equality in the world information society

Bettig

R. V.

2003-1

Copyright and the commodification of culture

                   Top

Collins

J.

2003-1

The 'folkloric copyright tax' problem in Ghana

Document

2003-1

Intellectual Property Rights and communication: A glossary of terms

Document

2003-1

Resources of IPR and communication

Gan

S.

2003-1

Virtual democracy in Malaysia: Prioritising press freedom

Krishna

R. S.

2003-1

Innovations and creativity: Open Source, Bio Linux and Seeds

Lee

P.

2003-1

Reflections on the end of humanity

Liang

L.

2003-1

Global commons, public space and contemporary IPR

Loo

E.

2003-1

Conceptual barriers to 'E-democracy' in Malaysia

Morris

C.

2003-1

Intellectual property and traditional law

Sarayeth

T.

2003-1

Media reform experiences in Cambodia

Wall

J. M.

2003-1

Taking faith, talking film

Zamora

C.

2003-1

Las nuevas perspectivas mundiales en la computación y el software libre

Best/Kellner

S./K.

2003-2

The dangers of human cloning

Doncheva

G.

2003-2

Antiheroes in films about Vietnam, Chechnya, Afghanistan and former Yugoslavia

Duffy

K.

2003-2

Religious responses to an evolutionary universe

Harkin/Jones/
Sosnoski

P./S./
J. J.

2003-2

The ethics of virtual histories

Horsfield

P. G.

2003-2

The ethics of virtual reality: The digital and its predecessors

Schiller

D.

2003-2

Pushing informationalized capitalism into science and information technology

Suter

K.

2003-2

Balibo and the murder of journalists: The story that won't go away

Thomas

P. N.

2003-2

Digital cohabitations: The social consequences of convergent technologies

Tompkins

P. S.

2003-2

Truth and trust in cyberspace

van den Heuval

A.

2003-2

Grace and the Information Society

Yong-Bock

K.

2003-2

Faith and science for life on earth

Banisar

D.

2003-3

The Great Firewall of China: Cyber-policing dissent

Calvert

P.

2003-3

Film documentaries promote rural theology and media ministry

Chin

Y-C.

2003-3

China's regulatory policies on transnational television drama flow

Greenaway

K. 

2003-3

Story-telling on screen: The Cannes Film Festival

Kavumbagu

J-M. V.

2003-3

Communication as a tool for advocating the rights of refugees

Schiller

D.

2003-3

Communications and power: Interpreting China's emerging role

Sparks

C.

2003-3

China, the WTO and the mass media: What is at stake?

Zhao

Y.

2003-3

Transnational capital and market tensions in Chinese communications

Annie and Sam

2003-4

From Indymedia UK to the United Kollektives

Dannin

R.

2003-4

Sacred Media/Global Sacrifice

Dichter

A.

2003-4

Is this what media democracy looks like?

Halleck

D.

2003-4

Indymedia: Building an international activist internet network

Hintz

A.

2003-4

Indymedia Germany: A local node of the global network

Kidd

D.

2003-4

The Independent Media Center: A new model

Masterman

L.

2003-4

Visions of media education: The road from Dystopia

Meikle

G.

2003-4

Indymedia and the new net news

Naidoo

P.

2003-4

The Independent Media Centre: South Africa

Plou

D. S.

2003-4

Opening new information spaces for social movements in Argentina

Valle

C. A.

2003-4

A tribute to André Bazin

Bird

W.

2004-1

Changing media policies in South Africa

                   Top

Burch

S.

2004-1

Global media governance: Reflections from the WSIS experience

Dichter

A.

2004-1

U.S. media activism and the search for constituency

Dos Santos

R.

2004-1

Reflections on racism in the context of Brazilian mass media reform

Hackett/Carroll

R. A./W. K.

2004-1

Critical social movements and media reform

Hollon

L.

2004-1

Under corporate control, there is no guaranteeing free speech

Lee

P.

2004-1

Jingoism and the old lie - 'Dulce et decorum est…'

Sen

A.

2004-1

Media reform in India: Legitimising community media

Young-Cheol

C.

2004-1

Internet newspapers as alternative media: Onmynews in South Korea

Azurduy

C. A. C.

2004-2

Ciudadanía y medios en América Latina: Alcances y proyecciones

Chouikha

L.

2004-2

La «société de l'information» au miroir de la Tunisie

Dagron

A. G.

2004-2

Media, freedom and poverty: A Latin American perspective

de Melo

J. M.

2004-2

De la sociedad mediática a la sociedad ded conocimiento

Lepschy

A. L.

2004-2

Tintoretto and 'Gino'

Ramonet

I.

2004-2

Le cinquième pouvoir

Rodriguez

C.

2004-2

The renaissance of citizens' media

Simons

G.

2004-2

Media, identity and the Russian Orthodox Church

Splichal

S.

2004-2

Media owners' rights vs. the right to communicate

Traber

M.

2004-2

Asian 'communication theology' and pastoral communications

Berger

G.

2004-3

WSIS misses, but the media could make it a hit

Calabrese

A.

2004-3

Profits and patriots: US media coverage of the Iraq war

Carlsen

L.

2004-3

Los migrantes como un espejo del mundo actual

Fourkas

V.

2004-3

What is 'cyberspace'?

Kuhlen

R.

2004-3

Why are communication rights so controversial?

Lee

P.

2004-3

Public memorials today are signs of hope

Ó Siochrú

S.

2004-3

Communication rights create spaces for democratic discussion

Raboy

M.

2004-3

WSIS, communication and global governance

Reguillo

R.

2004-3

Acción y reflexividad: Pensar la sociedad de la información

Savio

R.

2004-3

La concentración de los medios conduce al pensamiento único

Thomas

A.

2004-3

Flaterry or plagiarism? Television cloning in India today

Aldana

C.

2004-4

Can media regulation help in the search for equality?

Downing/Cao

J. D. H./Y.

2004-4

Global media corporations and the People's Republic of China

Gjelsten/Simonnes

G./A.

2004-4

Children encountering values - Lessons in the home, the school and the media

Made

P. A.

2004-4

Can free media be only a male domain?

McIver/Birdsall/
Rasmussen

W. J./
W.F./M.

2004-4

The Internet and the right to communicate

Richard

I. M.

2004-4

Voces secuestradas: Hacia un periodismo incluyente, no sexista, plural y responsable

Richstad/Sommerlad/
Wedemeyer/Ogden

J./L./
D./M.

2004-4

A tribute to Stan Harms (1929-2004)

Thomas

P.

2004-4

A contemporary 'denial of access': Knowledge, IPR and the public good

Thussu

D.

2004-4

Taming the Dragon and the Elephant: Murdoch's media in Asia

Arthur

C.

2005-1

Haiti - cinema revival

                   Top

Aste

C.

2005-1

Tribute to Ken Loach

Dannowski

H. W.

2005-1

Hans Hodel - President of Interfilm

Fore

W. F.

2005-1

Post-election thoughts

Helmke

J.

2005-1

Fifty years of Interfilm

Lee

P.

2005-1

Buster Keaton and the art of the 'wise fool'

Lynch/McGoldrick

J./A.

2005-1

Peace journalism in the Holy Land

Malone

P.

2005-1

Australian films: A long-lived renaissance

Morgan

M.

2005-1

Egypt on the silver screen

Valle

C. A.

2005-1

Nuevo cine argentino con historia

Visarius

K.

2005-1

Phantom of the future: Cinema in a digital world

Wall

J. M.

2005-1

Empire building and the movies

Zamora

A.

2005-1

El taller de cine de la Central Sandinista de Trabajadores

Asamoah-Gyadu

J. K.

2005-2

Reshaping Sub-Saharan African Christianity

Baltra M.

L.

2005-2

Derechos de comunicación en Chile y en el mundo

Becker

J.

2005-2

An Evangelical magazine from Germany

Becker/Flatz

J./C.

2005-2

Peace and Third World magazines studied

de la Torre

R.

2005-2

Campañas para moralizar a los medios en México

de Witte

M.

2005-2

The Holy Spirit on air in Ghana

Ihejirika

W.

2005-2

Media and fundamentalism in Nigeria

Malikhao

P.

2005-2

HIV/AIDS prevention campaigns from a Thai Buddhist perspective

McNeil

K.

2005-2

Fundamentalisms' qualified

Minksy

T.

2005-2

Scholarship programme in Haiti offers hope

Smith

D.

2005-2

Moving beyond modernity in Latin America

Thomas

P.

2005-2

Christian fundamentalism and the media

Waisbord

S.

2005-2

Communicating communication

Abeysekera

S.

2005-3

Creating a world worth assimilating into

de Villiers

S.

2005-3

Educating for human rights

Gallagher

M.

2005-3

Beijing's legacy for gender and media

Joseph

A.

2005-3

Gender, media and tsunamis

Le Roux

G.

2005-3

Living ancestors

Omenugha

K.

2005-3

Poverty, media and gender in Nigeria

Pozner

J. L.

2005-3

Reclaiming the media for a progressive feminist future

Radovic

M.

2005-3

Images of women in Serbian media

Rochefort

F.

2005-3

Genre, laïcité et médias en France

Sreberny

A.

2005-3

Why, Sis! Gender, WSIS and Tunis

Turley

A.

2005-3

The decade to come: Inclusion or exclusion?

Wei

B.

2005-3

Women and media in China post-1995

Aalbersberg

R.

2005-4

Building-blocks for a Christian vision of communication

Atkinson

R.

2005-4

How to win friends and influence an election

Fortier

J.

2005-4

Communication, altérité, aliénation

Heer

J.

2005-4

From Homer to hip-hop: A tribute to Walter J. Ong

Lee

P.

2005-4

Can there be music in Auschwitz?

Loo

E.

2005-4

Filipino journalists speak out and pay the price

Made

P. A.

2005-4

Women creating spaces of their own

Montoya Ch.

A. D.

2005-4

Pensar la comunicación desde América Latina

Nyamnjoh

F. B.

2005-4

Changing communication dynamics in Africa

Scannell

P.

2005-4

Love and communicatoin: A review essay

Servaes

J.

2005-4

Knowledge is power (revisited): Internet and democracy

Silva

M.

2005-4

Cristo en el cine

Azurduy

C. A. C.

2006-1

Otra sociedad boliviana es posible

                   Top

Birdsall

W. F.

2006-1

A right to communicate as an open work

Dakroury

A. I.

2006-1

Pluralism and the right to communicate in Canada

Document

2006-1

CRIS Campaign statement on cultural diversity

Gumucio-Dagron

A.

2006-1

Cultural diversity is Latin American

McDonnell

J.

2006-1

How Europeans see cultural diversity

Mei/Zhenzhi

W./G.

2006-1

Globalization, culture and China's search for identity

Plou

D. S.

2006-1

Los derechos culturales, patrimonio nuestro

Régis

A.

2006-1

L'émancipation des cultures minoritaires et la Convention

Volcic/Erjavec

Z./K.

2006-1

Success for media education in Slovenia: What next?

Wolbring

G.

2006-1

Disability culture and cultural identity

Yong-Bock

K.

2006-1

Cultural diversity in the context of global empire

Christians

C.

2006-2

Truth at the frontiers of science

Ediger

M.

2006-2

The Jolly IT Giant

Hamelink

C.

2006-2

Human communication and the convergence agenda

Lee

P.

2006-2

Convergent technologies: Future perfect or imperfect?

Lee

P.

2006-2

In memoriam Michael Traber (1929-2006)

Malone

P.

2006-2

Science in the cinema

Thomas

P. N.

2006-2

Understanding the new sciences in the pursuit of life

Turmusani

M.

2006-2

Genetic technology and the UN Disability Convention

van den Heuval

A.

2006-2

Faith, hope, love and new technologies

Wolbring

G.

2006-2

The unenhanced underclass

Aylwin/Coombe

N./R. J.

2006-3

Cultural pluralism protects indigenous knowledge

Clarke

J.

2006-3

Digital media and development in Southeast Asia

Copy/South
Research Group

2006-3

The Copy/South Dossier

Ford/Casini

A./J.

2006-3

Toma This. América Latina: ¿exclusión o domesticación?

Gumucio-Dagron/
Rodriguez

A./
C.

2006-3

Time to call things by their name

Gunawardene

N.

2006-3

Communication rights and wrongs

Hermosilla

M. E.

2006-3

Comunicación para el  desarrollo en América Latina: ¿Tiene aún sentido?

Loo

E.

2006-3

Cambodian journalism 'flying blind'

Mody

B.

2006-3

AIDS versus development: Victim-blame continues

Muturi

N.

2006-3

Media challenges facing small Caribbean islands

Soukup 

K.

2006-3

Cultural uses of media technology by Inuit artists

Traber

M.

2006-3

Beyond patriotism: Escaping the prison of ideology

Tufte

T.

2006-3

Challenges for HIV/AIDS communication

United Nations
Development Programme

2006-3

Gender and the Millennium Development Goals

Waisbord

S.

2006-3

Where is communication in the Millennium Development Goals?

Azurduy

C. A. C.

2006-4

Reformas constitucionales De libertades a derechos

Document

2006-4

Disaster mitigation for persons with disabilities

Dorman/Hirsch

W. A./D.

2006-4

Chernobyl - the U.S. media's slant

Gunawardene

N.

2006-4

Bridging the long 'last mile' in Sri Lanka

Kivikuru

U.

2006-4

Tsunami lessons for the mass media

Lee

P.

2006-4

Can the media be a sanctuary for human rights?

Miralles

A. M.

2006-4

Terremoto: ¿Espacio para reconstruir ciudad y ciudadanía?

Morgan

M.

2006-4

Locarno's international film festival 2006

O'Gorman

N.

2006-4

Disaster, democracy and the problem of the sublime

Pelling/Dill

M./K.

2006-4

Natural' disasters as catalysts of political action

Valle

C. A.

2006-4

Tarkovsky: 'You can hear the sound of life breathing'

Wahl-Jorgensen/
Cole

K./
B.

2006-4

Media and the right to communicate in Sierra Leone

Dharmaraj

G. E.

2007-1

Religion, identity and dialogue

                   Top

Document

2007-1

New Convention for Persons with Disabilities

Echchaibi

N.

2007-1

From the pulpit to the studio: Islam's internal battle

Fore

W. F.

2007-1

The unknown history of televangelism

Gibbons

S. J.

2007-1

Women, news and fundamentalism

Hoover/Kaneva

S. M./N.

2007-1

How do fundamentalists shape media agendas?

Kalu

O.

2007-1

Pentecostalism, media and cultural discourse in Africa

Lee

P.

2007-1

Communication is peace: WACC's mission today

McCullum

H. 

2007-1

Congo's hidden tragedy

Rabey

S.

2007-1

From 'bumkins' to Baghdad: Fumbling with fundamentalism

Smith

D.

2007-1

Media, politics and fundamentalism in Latin America

Thomas

P. N.

2007-1

Christian fundamentalism and the media in South India

Tinker

T.

2007-1

Columbus Day, hate speech and American Indians

Echchaibi

N.

2007-2

Who speaks for the Arab world?

Exum

A.

2007-2

Arabic language media and the Danish cartoon crisis

Fore

W. F.

2007-2

American Fascists

Hirchi

M.

2007-2

Media representations of the Middle East

Jarjour/Chahine

R./J.

2007-2

Media image of the Middle East

Kinoti

K. 

2007-2

Protecting the rights of women with disabilities

Lahrech

N.

2007-2

Mass media, women and the Middle East

McKelvey

T.

2007-2

In Arabic in English in D.D.

Nawar

I.

2007-2

Arab media lagging behind

Ngomba

T.

2007-2

Public service broadcasting and multiculturalism

Okunna/Dunu

C. S./I. V.

2007-2

Religion constrains HIV/AIDS reporting in Nigeria

Shaheen

J. G.

2007-2

Hollywood's reel Arab women

Stephanous

A. Z.

2007-2

Media's role in developing images of 'self' and 'the other'

Wall

J. M.

2007-2

The iron grip weakens

Alhassan

A.

2007-3

Broken promises in Ghana's telecom sector

Becker

J.

2007-3

Media, terrorism and a culture of peace

Berger

P. L.

2007-3

Religion in a globalizing world

Christians

C.

2007-3

Communication ethics and peace

Hackett

R. A.

2007-3

Media terror?

Kellner

D.

2007-3

Media spectacle, fear and terrorism

Lynch

J.

2007-3

Issues in the media coverage of terrorism

Morrison

D. E.

2007-3

In memoriam James D. Halloran (1927-2007)

Rocha

L. R.

2007-3

Media against terrorism in the Peruvian Andes

Snow

N.

2007-3

Media, terrorism and the politics of fear

Sonwalkar/Allan

P./S. 

2007-3

Citizen journalism and human rights in north-east India

Spencer

M.

2007-3

The oxygen of terrorists

Alfonzo

A.

2007-4

Construir la democracia y la paz también desde la comunicación

Azurduy

C. A. C.

2007-4

Ciudadanía para una cultura de paz

Florin

H. W.

2007-4

Communication in search of lasting peace

Lovaas

S.

2007-4

South Africa, media and market

Macharia

S.

2007-4

Gender, communication and peace

McNair

B.

2007-4

Images of the enemy: Post 9/11 reprise

Mitchell

J.

2007-4

Peacemaking in the world of film

Ohnuki-Tierney

E.

2007-4

Letters to the past: Iwo Jima and Japanese memory

Pihl

K.

2007-4

Female theologicans discuss peacebuilding

Pomeroy

D.

2007-4

Ingmar Bergman (1918-2007): An appreciation

Terzis

G.

2007-4

Mediatizing peace

Thompson

A.

2007-4

Journalism training and media freedom in Rwanda

Aram

I. A.

2008-1

Indian media devote little space to poverty

                   Top

Baltra M.

L.

2008-1

Los diarios digitales ¿Acabarán con los de papel?

Banda

F.

2008-1

Deconstructing media coverage of development

Document

2008-1

Déclaration de Dakar sur le Plaidoyer

Document

2008-1

Nairobi Declaration on Gender and Media Advocacy

Kühn

H.

2008-1

Cinema as metaphor: Montreal 2007

Kumar

K. J.

2008-1

Poverty, advertising and the Indian news media

Lemish

L.

2008-1

Unworthy' victims? Chinese suffering in Western media

Menbere/Skjerdal

G./T. S.

2008-1

The potential of dagu communication in north-eastern Ethiopia

Mohr

L.

2008-1

Communication poverty: A rights-based approach

Omenugha/Adum

K. A./A. N.

2008-1

Nigeria's spiral of violence: Can the media build a culture of peace?

Servaes

J.

2008-1

Homo academicus: Quo vadis?

Tacchi

J. A.

2008-1

Voice and poverty

Verzola

R.

2008-1

Challenging media: Poverty amidst abundance

Cañizález

A.

2008-2

Media and government in Venezuela: What price freedom?

Dupénord/Régis

P-N./A.

2008-2

Haïti: quand l'impunité censure

Elbel

M.

2008-2

Does media reform make a difference?

Élien/Délice

R./F.

2008-2

Vers un journalisme citoyen en Haïti

Espacio de
Comunicación Insular

2008-2

Perfiles de la censura y la autocensura en República Dominicana

Krajnc

A.

2008-2

Victor Jara's songs of struggle and hope

Kürschner-Pelkmann

F.

2008-2

Reality and peace

Macdonald

I.

2008-2

Haiti's media coup

Mendonca

M. L.

2008-2

UN troops accused of human rights violations in Haiti

Minksy

T.

2008-2

Changing the educational landscape in Haiti

Regan

J.

2008-2

Baboukèt la tonbe! - The muzzle has fallen!

Winter

J.

2008-2

Haiti: Creating and maintaining a 'failed' state

Castillo

D. P.

2008-3

Comunicar ciencia en el horizonte de la comunicación educativa

Dakroury

A.

2008-3

CBC's Little Mosque on the Prairie: Just a 'Little Masquerade'?

de Alba

M. A.

2008-3

Periodismo de ciencia

Dyson

R. A.

2008-3

From a 'mean world' to a world with meaning

Furedi

F.

2008-3

The tyranny of science

Jensen

R.

2008-3

Technological fundamentalism in media and culture

Monteiro/
Middle Eastern students

B. G.

2008-3

Blogs and female expression in the Middle East

Nordenstreng

K.

2008-3

Soul-searching at the crossroads of journalism education

Thomas

P. N.

2008-3

Information technologies and the life sciences

Ward/Jandciu

S. J. A./E.

2008-3

Challenges in communicating science to Canadians

Williams

R.

2008-3

Catastrophe theory

Goodman

A.

2008-4

Communication for Peace Award

Greenaway

K.

2008-4

Congress 2008: Where to from here?

Guimarães

M. I. R.

2008-4

Peace education and new technologies

Haverluck

B.

2008-4

Cartoonist in residence

Kanyoro

M.

2008-4

Opening Address: Celebrating Diversity

Lee

P.

2008-4

Gugulethu and Robben Island

Naylor

R.

2008-4

Closing Address: Celebrating WACC

Ochieng

R. O.

2008-4

Stories of women survivors of violent conflict

Sandler

J.

2008-4

Imagine media that promotes gender justice

Spence

D.

2008-4

Communication rights belong to everyone

Tutu

D.

2008-4

Peacemakers to all people

Anderson

S.

2009-1

Net neutrality: The view from Canada

                   Top

Berger

G.

2009-1

SABC became a 'soap opera' - But it's educational!

Faber

A.

2009-1

Cannes Film Festival 2008

Hollon

L.

2009-1

The National Conference on Media Reform

Holloway

R.

2009-1

Films in post-Taliban Afghanistan

Holloway

R.

2009-1

Documentaries on Afghanistan

Klangnarong

S.

2009-1

A decade of media reform in Thailand

Lee

P.

2009-1

Afghanistan unveiled in books

McMahon

R.

2009-1

Intercultural journalism and Canadian media reform

Ross/Carter/Thomas

S. D./D. L./R.

2009-1

Reporting the U.S./Mexico border in times of peace

Siriyuvasak

U.

2009-1

Conditions for media reform in Asia

Torfeh

M.

2009-1

Media development in Afghanistan

van de Fliert/
Hien

E./
D. T. M.

2009-1

Communication for development: Targetting the untargetted

Athanasiou

T.

2009-2

Squaring the climate circle

Becker

J.

2009-2

Computers and ecology

Brereton

P.

2009-2

Poverty and environment in films set in Africa

Cazaux

D.

2009-2

Calentamiento global: Nuevos enfoques periodísticos

de Gruchy

S.

2009-2

Environment and ethics in Africa

Fahn

J.

2009-2

Rescuing climate reporting in the South

Gunster

S.

2009-2

Environmental journalism viewed from Canada

Hansen

A.

2009-2

Media and environmental change

Khell

M.

2009-2

Communicating care: An ecofeminist view

Kürschner-Pelkmann

F.

2009-2

Courageous prophecy and ecology

Lee

P.

2009-2

Afghanistan's women of patience

van Vuuren

K.

2009-2

Water pressure: The crisis in Australia

Wirsing

A.

2009-2

Climate change messages from women

World Council of Churches

2009-2

Climate Justice for All

Arai

T.

2009-3

Give peace a channel!

Cabrera/Bohórquez

C. B./J. C. G.

2009-3

¿Cuál es la forma ideal para construir y circular conocimiento?

Caplan

G. 

2009-3

Memory and denial: Rwanda 15 years on

Carreño

R.

2009-3

Unilateralismo y progresividad de los derechos de autor y el copyright

Copy/South Dossier

2009-3

Differing traditions of cultural creation in the South

Guzmán

M. D.

2009-3

¿Cómo democratizar la comunicación de masas en Puerto Rico?

Mariño

M. V.

2009-3

Environmental communication research in Spanish

The Copy/
South Research Group

2009-3

Towards a culture of sharing

The Copy/
South Research Group

2009-3

Traditional knowledge and copyright

Verzola

R.

2009-3

Cross-subsidies on the Internet and on cellular networks

Verzola

R.

2009-3

The future of access: Golden touch or miraculous loaf?

Cañizález

A.

2009-4

The validity of communication policies in Latin America

Castillo

D. P.

2009-4

En torno a las fronteras duras

Chase

R.

2009-4

From borders to intersections

de Feijter

I.

2009-4

Communicating across boundaries: From barriers to frontiers

de Silva

P.

2009-4

Television, public sphere and minorities

el-Nawawy/Powers

M./S.

2009-4

Al-Jazeera English has conciliatory potential

Galeano

E.

2009-4

Los mapas del alma no tienen fronteras

Lee

P.

2009-4

On the borders of (in)humanity

Lohre

K. M.

2009-4

Crossing borders to common ground

McDonnell

J.

2009-4

Crossing borders in virtual space

Paulnack

K.

2009-4

Music without borders

Thomas

P. N.

2009-4

Cyanide for gold: Dealing with E-waste

Valle

C. A.

2009-4

Communication, technology and power

Bhagwan-Rolls

S.

2010-1

Strengthening women's media networks for peace

Gallagher

M.

2010-1

Women's human and communication rights

                   Top

Hansen-Miller

D.

2010-1

Iconic masculinities, popular cinema and globalization

Henry

N.

2010-1

Le langage sexiste des médias français

Lynch/McGoldrick

J./A.

2010-1

Feminising reporting of the war in Afghanistan

Malikhao

P.

2010-1

HIV/AIDS prevention in the US: What's in it for women?

Monzón

A. S.

2010-1

Los medios: Entre la deuda y el compromiso

ODI Briefing Paper

2010-1

Gender and the Millennium Development Goals

Quayyum

N.

2010-1

Pakistani social and religious discourse

Ruiz M.

L. A.

2010-1

Equilibrando las voces de las mujeres indígenas y afrodescendientes

Sarma

N.

2010-1

HIV communication in India: Re-imaging gender

Wall

J. M.

2010-1

In memoriam Ron Holloway (1933-2009)

Burnett

R.

2010-2

Atom Egoyan on language and memory

His Holiness
Catholicos Aram I

2010-2

Genocide and lessons for humanity

Hoskins

A.

2010-2

Media, memory and emergence

Igreja

V.

2010-2

Memories of violence in Mozambique

Karegeye

J-P.

2010-2

Rwanda's paradox of remembering and suffering

Lee

P.

2010-2

Towards a right to memory

Lee

P.

2010-2

Berlinale 2010 focuses on family and freedom

Lorne

G.

2010-2

Helping Dominicans recover their memory

Purcell

J.

2010-2

Spain and the memory that will not die

Reading

A.

2010-2

Gender and the right to memory

Robertson

G.

2010-2

A genocide denied

Scantlebury

M.

2010-2

La porfiada memoria

Servaes

J.

2010-2

Advocating for peace

Vargas

G.

2010-2

Memorias que duelen, cuestionan, y provocan esperanza

Vidal-Hall

J.

2010-2

Memory and forgetting

Wall

J.

2010-2

His name was Ned': Memories of cinema and segregation

Bluck

J.

2010-3

Ecumenism - a movement for all seasons

Brown

W.

2010-3

Film in anti-trafficking and anti-slavery campaigns

Burgos

R.

2010-3

El derecho a la verdad: De la memoria a la acción

Fortner

R. S.

2010-3

Promoting peace and social justice through commonality

Greenaway

K.

2010-3

Persistence, a loud speaker and a thesaurus

Jarjour

R.

2010-3

Unity, diversity and love in the Middle East

Lidqvist

I.

2010-3

The world changed in out generation

Liljeholm

Y.

2010-3

Ingmar Bergman's legacy on Farö

Obonyo

L.

2010-3

Peace journalism traning in East Africa

Pérez

R.

2010-3

Tiempos para recrear la comunicación profética

Rocha

V.

2010-3

Comunicar para la construcción de una "otra" oikoumene

Smith

D. A.

2010-3

A Latin American pilgrimage towards ecumenism

Sosale

S.

2010-3

ICTs past: The telegraph in India

Swidler

L.

2010-3

The dialogue decalogue

Tveit

O. F.

2010-3

Communication is the call to share

Valle

C. A. 

2010-3

La Dolce Vita ha cumplido 50 años

Weber

F.

2010-3

Chancen und Herausforderungen der Ökumene

Christians

C. G.

2010-4

Religious ethics up front

Ferré

J. P.

2010-4

Cinematic reflections on meaning and choice

Gallagher

M.

2010-4

Feminist scholarship in communication

Hackett

R. A.

2010-4

Democratic public spheres: Who needs them?

Hamelink

C. J.

2010-4

All that jazz

Lee

P.

2010-4

Meditation on silence

Made

P. A.

2010-4

Media-activism in Southern Africa

McChesney

R. W.

2010-4

Creating independent news media

Padovani

C.

2010-4

The potential to empower of gender advocacy networks

Polk/Reilly/Servaes/
Shi/Yakupitijage

E./D./J./
S./T.

2010-4

Testing sustainability: A new framework

Rodríguez

C.

2010-4

Communication and the power of performance

Thomas

P. N.

2010-4

On the journey of concept

Cañizález

A.

2011-1

Serving justice in a world of inequality

                   Top

Cheong

P. H.

2011-1

Religion and social media: got web?

Green

E.

2011-1

Pushing the social media buttons

Harcourt

W.

2011-1

Using the master's tools: Women's movements and social media

Hoffmann/Kornweitz

J./A.

2011-1

New media revolution?

Johnson

M.

2011-1

Tweets from Birmingham jail

Mallea

M. E.

2011-1

No pueden ver, pero buscan dar luz a sus palabras

McDonnell

J.

2011-1

Only connect: social relations in an online world

Orhon

N.

2011-1

Social media Turkish style

Phelan

J. M.

2011-1

Igniting the 'social' in networks

Singh-Bryar

V.

2011-1

Social media and the empowerment of women

So

M.

2011-1

Social media and migrant workers in Taiwan

Taske/Plude

C./F. F.

2011-1

Experiencing social media across generations

White

R. A.

2011-1

Why social media are (relatively!) insignificant in Africa

Aslam

R.

2011-2

From challenge to hope

Becker

J.

2011-2

On the destruction of media buildings in war

Gerber

H. Y.

2011-2

The work of overcoming violence has only just begun

Keegan

J.

2011-2

Thinking about thinking

Khalif

A.

2011-2

Peace education and awareness in Kenya

Miladi

N.

2011-2

Tunisia: A media led revolution?

Rolls

S. B.

2011-2

Women, security and peace journalism

Sigdel

K. R.

2011-2

Challenging post-war conflict and the need for reconstruction in Nepal

Supadhiloke

B.

2011-2

Empowering hill tribes and citizenship in Thailand

Teeple

D.

2011-2

Communication for peace in Lebanon

Thomas

P. N.

2011-2

On renewing the "gene pool" of ecumenical communicators

Yiping

C.

2011-2

Revisiting peace journalism with a gender lens

Carrero

A. D.

2011-3

La teología como carta de amor

de Mesa

J. M.

2011-3

Communicating "revelation-faith" with culture in mind

Fore

W. F.

2011-3

A theology of communication

Galvan

J. M.

2011-3

ICTs and the eternal beauty of truth

Käßmann

M.

2011-3

Peace be with you!

Oestreicher

P.

2011-3

A new world is possible

Ortega

O. F.

2011-3

Desafíos a la pastoral en el mundo digital de América Latina

Palakeel

J.

2011-3

Theology and the technologies of communication

Plude

F. F.

2011-3

Moving toward communication theology

Ruiz

L. A.

2011-3

Finding a theological base for communications

Soukup 

P. A.

2011-3

Recent writing on communication and theology

Alvis

J. L. A.

2011-4

Comunicación para la inclusión

Amoussou

J.

2011-4

Le rôle des médias et de la dommunication au Bénin

Aram

A.

2011-4

The fallacy of balance in communicating climate change

Cortés

B.

2011-4

Entre el desafio y la esperanza

Hodel

H.

2011-4

Locarno 2011: Opening doors and seeking new paths

Jean-Pierre

A. A.

2011-4

La stigmatisation et la discrimination, quelle riposte au Togo?

Mawusi

C.

2011-4

HIV and AIDS in Ghana and the role of the Christian Council of Ghana

Mody

B.

2011-4

News audiences beware! Insights from Darfur

Rehmat

J.

2011-4

Positive voices for change against HIV and AIDS

Sedra

B. M.

2011-4

Facing up to what's concealed in the Arab world

Speicher

S.

2011-4

The words we use

Vivekananda

J.

2011-4

Linking global climate change and local peace

Bandelli

D.

2012-1

Radio Namaskar: Catalyst of change in Orissa

                   Top

Becker

J.

2012-1

The great Georgian/Russian media war

Brown

S.

2012-1

Changing paradigms of ecumenical communication

Chelini-Pont

B.

2012-1

La liberté de culte et de croyance, parent pauvre de l'information en France?

Evans

M.

2012-1

Advancing freedom of religion or belief: Agendas for change

Fernando

A.

2012-1

Christian communication in Sri Lanka

Firmin/Kononykhina

A./O.

2012-1

A disconnected civil society - where does faith fit in?

Harrison

J.

2012-1

Faith and belief in "The Land of the Holy Spirit"

Höhne

F.

2012-1

Prophetic witness in the news and as news

Linden

I.

2012-1

Democracy, freedom of religion, and the media

Pérez

R.

2012-1

Entre la libertad religiosa y el tutelaje de la moral pública

Pillay

N.

2012-1

Faith, belief, and the advancement of women's human rights

Yabaki

A.

2012-1

Mass media and freedom of religion or belief in Fiji

Alcántara

J. E.

2012-2

Counting the cost of perpetual connection

Amin

S.

2012-2

L'autocratie financière et son clergé médiatique

Birdsall

W. F.

2012-2

Communicative citizens and public policy

Ferré

J. P.

2012-2

How congregations use Facebook

Guzmán

M. D.

2012-2

Communication as peace in the Caribbean

Hamelink

C. J.

2012-2

WSIS + 10: Continuing the march of fools?

Kavutwa

N.

2012-2

Le journalisme: Un métier à haut risque en République Démocratique du Congo

Lizarazo

N.

2012-2

Hacia sociedades bien informadas y mejor comunicadas

Plou

D. S.

2012-2

Sociedad de la información: Con derechos y sin exclusiones

Pulfer

R.

2012-2

Effective media strengthen good governance and respect for human rights

Ryan

C.

2012-2

Strategic practices to advance communication for all

Saeed

S.

2012-2

Neoliberal media and rural India's communication divide

Yeo

R.

2012-2

Using the Internet to save the Internet

Brown

S.

2012-3&4

Shifting communication paradigms withing the ecumenical movement

Ejdersten

M.

2012-3&4

Communication for life!

Fang

L-T.

2012-3&4

How citizen participation in Taiwan has been strengthened and weakened

M'Balla-Ndi/Harrison

M./J.

2012-3&4

Real news or reality TV shows in Franco-phone Pacific?

Nera-Lauron

M. T.

2012-3&4

Human rights and financing climate justice

Pilone

V.

2012-3&4

Reconstruir la autoestima es esencial para construir la paz

Reily

K.

2012-3&4

Latin America: Is media reform enough?

Valle

C. A.

2012-3&4

Verdades verdaderas

de Silva

P.

2013-1

Ethnic diversity in Canadian film and television production

                   Top

do Nascimento Cunha

M.

2013-1

Opportunities and limits for journalism and citizenship today

Fore

W. F.

2013-1

Reinstate the Fairness Doctrine

Gordillo

P. E. C.

2013-1

La dimensión comunicacional de la educación en medios

Kawamoto

K.

2013-1

Enhancing citizen journalism with professional journalism education

Malone

P.

2013-1

Movies and values in 2012

Symons

A.

2013-1

"Small gnat": Checking in with Kai Nagata

van Kooten Niekerk

G.

2013-1

Citizen journalism: How to encourage critical reading and viewing?

Gumucio-Dagron

A.

2013-2

Look back for the future of community radio

Hamilton

B.

2013-2

Impact of digital convergence on community radio in the USA

Kuttab

D.

2013-2

Why the Arab world needs community radio

Möhl

S.

2013-2

Radio Days 2012: Chances and challenges

Ravindram

G.

2013-2

Rethinking the growth of print media in India

Robinson

E.

2013-2

Community radio: Petri dishes for journalists and critics

Act Alliance

2013-3

Post-2015 Development Framework: Conflict and fragility

Bapna

M.

2013-3

Four key issues

Malikhao

P.

2013-3

Communication for development and sustainability

Ngomba

T.

2013-3

What is "development" for?

Plush

T.

2013-3

Using visual storytelling for women's empowerment

Spieldoch

A.

2013-3

Rethinking the value of the economy in support of women's human rights

Stöckli

B.

2013-3

Development is resource justice

Florentín

P. C.

2013-4

Construyendo comunicación no sexista

Guzmán

M. D.

2013-4

La insoportable gravedad del androcentrismo mediático

Joof

A.

2013-4

Gender equality and communication in Africa

Joseph

A.

2013-4

Media pluralism and gender: Not just a question of numbers

Macharia

S.

2013-4

Return to Bangkok: Two decades of interventions on gender and media

Okello-Orlale

R.

2013-4

Media montioring is a catalyst for transformation

Pehlic

A.

2013-4

Bosnia and Herzegovina is beginning the struggle for gender equality in the media

Bulger/Livingstone

M./S.

2014-1

A global perspective on children's rights as media change

                   Top

Castillo

D. P.

2014-1

En torno a la comunicación en el seno de la vida cotidiana

Dunkels

E.

2014-1

Online safety for families

Hajayandi

P.

2014-1

Media in the Great Lakes Region foster social dialogue

Heintz

K. E.

2014-1

Technology rights of the world's families

Ruz

C. A.

2014-1

De la concientización a una política pública en educación medial-digital

Aveggio

M. T.

2014-2

Changing media landscapes in Latin America

Dietrich

K.

2014-2

In search of enlightenment: Church or cinema?

Garcia

S. V.

2014-2

Radios comunitarias e indígenas, legítimas pero “ilegales”

McMahon

R.

2014-2

Creating an enabling environment for digital self-determination

Portalewska

A.

2014-2

Advancing global dialogue on the rights of Indigenous People

Roth

L.

2014-2

Digital self-development and Canadian First Peoples of the North

Sias

G. G.

2014-2

La sociedad de la información: ¿Es también de los pueblos indígenas?

Zumarán

R. R.

2014-2

La apropiación indígena de la comunicación: De acompañantes a sujetos comunicacionales

Falekaono

V.

2014-3

What are the communications challenges facing Tonga today?

Greenaway

K.

2014-3

Ecumenical Jury Prize at Cannes Film Festival 2014

Hagoort

H.

2014-3

Bonding and Bridging

Morehouse/Crandall

K. J./H.

2014-3

Virtual grief

Pérez

E. C. R.

2014-3

Cuando la religión se pone del lado de la gente

Pihaatae

F.

2014-3

A united Pacific voice to ban nuclear weapons

Pihaatae

F.

2014-3

Le Pacifique uni pour interdire les armes nucléaires

Robie

D.

2014-3

Shooting the messenger, Pacific-style

Rojas G.

N. E.

2014-3

"The Act of Killing": truth, memory and reconciliation in Indonesia

Thomas

A. O.

2014-3

Would you hire this person? Empowering voters in Peru

Valle

C. A.

2014-3

Poder político, tecnología y medios de comunicación

Bodunrin

I.

2014-4

Rap, graffiti and social media iin South Africa today

Florin

H. W.

2014-4

Voices of icons

Kalsky

M.

2014-4

Religion in plain view

Ó Siochrú/Burch/
Girard/Gurstein/Hill

S./S./B./
M./R.

2014-4

Why global Internet governance must matter to social justice activists

Pinn

A. B.

2014-4

God wears Tom Ford: Hip hop's revisioning of divine authority

Rajab

S.

2014-4

Social media protest in Iran: Re-imagining the Iranian people

Servaes

J.

2014-4

Soft power and the Chinese dream (中国梦)

Waters

M. W.

2014-4

"Beats, Rhymes, and Life": Hip hop's unlikely movement

Changkamol

W.

2015-1

Thai freedom of expression: Waiting for the dawn

                   Top

Khoun

T.

2015-1

Revisiting Cambodia's contemporary media landscape

Mudditt

J.

2015-1

Tackling hate speech in Burma

Sopheap

C.

2015-1

Cambodia: a long way towards freedom of expression

Tutu

D.

2015-1

Imagine a world without nuclear weapons

Achtelstetter

K.

2015-2

Mission today and the uninvited guest

Banda

F.

2015-2

Setting a media agenda in the post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals

Baú

V.

2015-2

Gender and peace after 2015

DFID/CSO Youth
Working Group

2015-2

Youth Voices on a Post-2015 World

Duchrow

J.

2015-2

Putting a human rights perspective on the post-2015 agenda

Seabrook

J.

2015-2

Myths of radicalization in Britain

Sigdel/Kafle

K. R./D. R.

2015-2

Nepal needs better communications to respond to disaster

Smith

D. A.

2015-2

Changing religious landscapes and political communication in Latin America

Valle

C. A.

2015-2

Comunicación mundial: ¿Adiós al espacio y el tiempo?

Matindoost

L.

2015-3

Media representation of Muslim youth in Australia

Nguyen

H. N.

2015-3

Making agricultural research for development work in remote Vietnam

Nigussie

H.

2015-3

Folk media and their use in HIV/AIDS prevention campaigns

Plush

T.

2015-3

Participatory video for citizen mobilisation in South Africa

Sam

S.

2015-3

Institutionalising social mobilisation as a social change process

Tyan

S.

2015-3

Co-creative processes in the Big Stories Small Towns film project

Ullah

M. S.

2015-3

The good society and building a culture of hope

Valle

C. A.

2015-3

La tecnología ¿define la estructura de la sociedad?

Walker/Arrighi

G./J.

2015-3

The CSC dilemma in development: A possible solution

Custódio

L.

2015-4

Valuing dialogue and respect in research

Muñoz

L. B.

2015-4

Empresas comunales de comunicación: Un camino hacia la sostenibilidad

Rodríguez/Guzman

J. M. A./H. I.

2015-4

La rendición de cuentas en Tabasco, una lucha más allá de la transparencia

Saboor

M.

2015-4

Media Barriers in Afghanistan

Sanders

K. B.

2015-4

Narratives of exclusion and the "other" in Spanish political communication

Sarikakis

K.

2015-4

Freedom of speech in crisis Europe

Valle

C. A.

2015-4

El paradójico desarrollo de la tecnología

Vardi

S. B.

2015-4

Defining the borders of legitimate and illegitimate discourse

Vargas

L.

2015-4

Indigenous community media aid reconciliation in Canada

Aguegue

J. S.

2016-1

Genre, politiques et pratiques dans les médias au Bénin                    Top

Asia Pacific Mission
for Migrants

2016-1

Communication rights help empower migrants

Comunicación y Ciudadanía

2016-1

Communication rights in theory and practice

Cultural Survival Staff

2016-1

No democracy without freedom of expression for Indigenous Peoples

de la Cruz Matos

S.

2016-1

El derecho a la nacionalidad y el periodismo ciudadano

Ó Siochrú

S.

2016-1

From theory to practice: The right to communicate

Selesković

A.

2016-1

Communication rights in a post-war country are a precondition for sustainable development

Valle

C. A.

2016-1

Confianza y realidad

Winter

J. S.

2016-1

Big data analytics and the right to privacy

Chaudhry

A. A.

2016-2

How do the media fuel Islamophobia?

Open Society Foundations

2016-2

Islamophobia in Europe

Castillo

D. P.

2016-2

El elogio de la diferencia

Espiritu

B. F.

2016-2

Negative media portrayal of Islam

Dakroury

A.

2016-2

Muslim resilience and the right to communicate

Kabir

S. N.

2016-2

New Zealand newspaper coverage of Islam and Muslims

Patel

E.

2016-2

How Jerry Falwell Jr. is spreading Islamophobia

Rajkumar

V.

2016-2

Indian democracy and governance

Valle

C. A.

2016-2

Medios y despolitización

 

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