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The Global and the National

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The Global and the National

Media and Communications in Post-Communist Russia

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The Global and the National by Terhi Rantanen
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Description

This study explores the development of post-Soviet media and communications in Russia - a newly globalized environment following radical social change. Empirical research on new communications technologies, news agencies, television and advertising in Russia shows how the experience and effects of globalization, which initially played a liberating role in the downfall of communism, are being transformed by the reassertion of the national. "The Global and the National" challenges conventional assumptions about globalization and offers a contribution to a better understanding of its theoretical base, as well as its effects on non-Western countries.

Author Biography

Terhi Rantanen is director of the MSc Global Media and Communications Programme at the London School of Economics and Political Science.
Release date NZ
May 1st, 2002
Country of Publication
United States
Illustrations
bibliography, index
Imprint
Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
Pages
176
Dimensions
155x234x17
ISBN-13
9780742515673
Product ID
2068346

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