2012/3-4 New media, new servitudes?
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2012/3-4 New media, new servitudes?

Latin America: Is media reform enough?, by Katherine Reilly


, por Vittorio Pilone

The empire has no clothes without the raiment provided by the mass media. Open journalism may be one way of holding the empire to account and of reducing servitude. Media ownership and control, news manipulation, Internet censorship, unequal access to new technologies, and a growing dependence on social media are all elements of the political and social domination of society that communication rights can challenge.

Reconstruir la autoestima es esencial para construir la paz

Communication for life!, by Marianne Ejdersten

How citizen participation in Taiwan has been strengthened and weakened, by Fang Lan-ting

Real news or reality TV shows in Francophone Pacific?, by Marie M’Balla-Ndi and John Harrison

Shifting communication paradigms within the ecumenical movement, by Stephen Brown

Verdades verdaderas, por Carlos A. Valle

Human rights and financing climate justice, by Theresa Nera-Lauron

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