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The Third World and press freedom / edited by Philip C. Horton ; foreword by John Chancellor.


New York : Praeger, 1978.
ISBN 9780030455513, 0030455510

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Other Authors Horton, Philip C.
Subjects Agences de presse.
Aspects juridiques.
DEVELOPING COUNTRIES.
Developing countries -- Journalism.
Developing countries.
FREEDOM OF THE PRESS.
Freedom of the press -- Developing countries.
Freedom of the press.
JOURNALISM.
Journalism -- Developing countries.
Journalism.
Journalisme -- Pays en voie de développement.
Liberté d'information.
Liberté de la presse.
Massamedia.
News agencies.
Nieuws.
Ontwikkelingslanden.
Pays en développement.
Persbureaus.
Persvrijheid.
Presse.
Description xv, 253 pages ; 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1978.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 238-251).
Summary A collection of essays prepared for the conference on The Third World and Press Freedom, held in 1977 in New York City under the auspices of teh Edward R. Murrow Center of the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy of Tufts University. The conference examined both criticisms of western news agencies' views of developing countries, and the differing interpretation and expectation of the role of the press within developing areas.
Contents News flow in the Third World: an overview / Roger Tatarian -- International law aspects of the freedom of information and the right to communicate / Leo Gross -- Developmental journalism: the ideological factor / Leonard R. Sussman -- Improving news flow in the Third World / Peter Galliner -- The Western wire services and the Third World / Mort Rosenblum -- All freedom is at stake / Hilary Ng'weno -- Toward a freer and multidimensional flow of information / Pero Ivacic -- ACAN: a solution to the problem of news flow in the Third World / Guido Fernandez -- Establishing and maintaining a free press: a Latin American viewpoint / Raul Kraiselburd -- The nonaligned news agencies pool and the free flow of meaningful news: an African viewpoint / Biola Olasope -- Attempts of the Arab world to participate in balancing the flow of information / Mohamed Abdel Gawad -- Depthnews: a model for a Third World feature agency / S.M. Ali -- News with Third World perspectives: a practical suggestion / Narinder K. Aggarwala -- UNESCO and the press in the Third World / Gunnar R. Naesselund -- Press censorship under Indira Gandhi / George Verghese -- Press censorship in South Africa / Percy Qoboza.
Geographic Area Developing countries
Network Numbers (OCoLC)4036470
(OCoLC)ocm04036470
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