International political communication [by] W. Phillips Davison.

; Council on Foreign Relations
New York, Published for the Council on Foreign Relations [by] F.A. Praeger [1965] .

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Other Authors Council on Foreign Relations.
Subjects Communication.
Council on Foreign Relations.
Propaganda, International.
Description xii, 404 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date [1965]
Notes Bibliographical references included in "Notes" (pages 339-385).
Also issued online.
Summary Studies political effects of mass media, exchange of persons, et cetera on U.S. foreign policy, with observations on communications systems used by other countries of the world.
Contents Introduction: communication as a tool of foreign policy -- The international network -- Impact of communications on the individual -- Communication and organization -- The political role of communication in democracies -- Communication in Communist states -- Communication in developing nations -- The structure of international communication programs -- Communist international communication -- Foreign information and cultural activities of the United States -- Focusing official American communication programs -- Roles of the U.S. Government in international communication.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)420914
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WorldCat Identities Davison, W. Phillips 1918-
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