Media Reform: Democratizing the Media, Democratizing the State

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Monroe Edwin Price, Beata Rozumilowicz, Stefaan G. Verhulst
Routledge, 2002 - Social Science - 283 pages
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Using examples of media from a range of countries in Latin America, Europe, Asia and Africa including Uruguay, Poland, China, Indonesia, Jordan and Uganda, Media Reform considers the social and cultural implications of a free and independent media.

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Monroe E. Price is the author and editor of numerous publications, including Media and Sovereignty: The Global Information Revolution and its Challenge to State Power (2002); Owning the Olympics: Narratives of the New China (2008, edited with Daniel Dayan); the Routledge Handbook of Media Law (2013, edited with Stefaan Verhulst and Libby Morgan); and Objects of Remembrance: A Memoir of American Opportunities and Viennese Dreams (2009). Professor Price directs the University of Pennsylvania's Center for Global Communication Studies at the Annenberg School for Communication, where he works with a wide transnational network of regulators, scholars, and practitioners in Europe, Africa, Latin America, and Asia, as well as in the United States. He also heads the Howard Squadron Program in Law, Media and Society at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in New York City where he was dean and is now senior research associate at Oxford's Programme in Comparative Media Law and Policy.

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