Communication for development and social change /

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Other Authors: Servaes, Jan, 1952-
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: New Delhi, India ; Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Sage Publications, ©2008.
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Online Access:Available via EBSCO eBook Collection
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Table of Contents:
  • Communication and the persistence of poverty : the need for a return to basics / Pradip Thomas
  • Hybrid interactions : human rights and development in a cultural perspective / Jan Servaes and Chris Verschooten
  • Media globalization through localization / Jan Servaes and Rico Lie
  • Vertical minds versus horizontal cultures : an overview of participatory process and experiences / Alfonso Gumucio-Dagron
  • The panoptic view : a discourse approach to communication and development / Sujatha Sosale
  • Threads of development communication / Royal D. Colle
  • Development communication approaches in an international perspective / Jan Servaes and Patchanee Malikhao
  • Tracing the history of participatory communication approaches to development : a critical appraisal / Robert Huesca
  • Communication for development approaches of some governmental and non-governmental agencies / Jan Servaes
  • UNESCO's contributions to cultural diversity and communication for development / UNESCO
  • Making a difference through development communication : some evidence-based results from FAO field projects / Gary Coldevin in collaboration with the Communication for Development Group of the FAO of the UN
  • Involving people, evolving behaviour : the UNICEF experience / Neill McKee [and others]
  • Rural HIV/AIDS communication/intervention : from using models to using frameworks and common principles / Rico Lie
  • Religion and HIV/AIDS prevention in Thailand / Patchanee Malikhao
  • Fighting AIDS with edutainment : building on the soul city experience in South Africa / Thomas Tufte
  • Making community media work : community media identities and their articulation in an Antwerp neighborhood development project / Nico Carpentier, Rico Lie and Jan Servaes
  • Working with media in areas affected by ethno-political conflict / Georgios Terzis and Myria Vassiliadou.