Communication and cultural policies in Europe / Isabel Fernández Alonso, Miquel de Moragas i Spà (editors)

Fernández Alonso, Isabel [ed.] | Moragas i Spà, Miquel de [ed.] | Catalunya. Generalitat | Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Càtedra UNESCO de Comunicació.
Publisher: [Barcelona] : Generalitat de Catalunya, Government of Catalonia : Càtedra Unesco de Comunicació, Incom, UAB, DL 2008Description: 318 p. : il.Series: Col·lecció LexikonAnglès: 4; Novetats 2009 (CIDOC): 07/09Summary: This book proposes providing a series of reflections that direct public policies on communication at a time when profound technological transformations are accelerating the deregulatory, economistic trends that have been observed in the European media panorama since the 1980's. These reflections by sixteen authors based in Europe and Latin America share an analytic critical perspective and agree on the relevance of focuses that point towards the need to develop communication and cultural policies in a coordinated way. The book was presented as part of the European Communication Research and Education Association (ECREA) conference held in Barcelona in November 2008, a book promoted by the UNESCO Chair in Communication and the Communication Policies Observatory, both of which are part of the Institute of Communication at the Autonomous University of Barcelona. (Font: Editor)
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This book proposes providing a series of reflections that direct public policies on communication at a time when profound technological transformations are accelerating the deregulatory, economistic trends that have been observed in the European media panorama since the 1980's. These reflections by sixteen authors based in Europe and Latin America share an analytic critical perspective and agree on the relevance of focuses that point towards the need to develop communication and cultural policies in a coordinated way.
The book was presented as part of the European Communication Research and Education Association (ECREA) conference held in Barcelona in November 2008, a book promoted by the UNESCO Chair in Communication and the Communication Policies Observatory, both of which are part of the Institute of Communication at the Autonomous University of Barcelona. (Font: Editor)

Presentation / Miquel de Moragas i Spà ; Introduction / I. Fernández Alonso, M. de Moragas i Spà -- 1. Media policy paradigm shifts : towards a new communication policy paradigm / Jan van Cuilenburg, Denis McQuail -- 2. Communication and cultural policies in Europe : a cross-sectional analysis from a different perspective / J. Martín-Barbero / 3. The right to cultural diversity : UNESCO's role in the international debate on the circulation of cultural goods and services and their influence on cultural and media policies in Europe / Divina Frau-Meigs -- 4. Information society policies : the digital divide after the world summit / Martín Becerra -- 5. The principal axes of the European Union's audiovisual policy / Peter Humphreys -- 6. Public service in the digital age : opportunities and threats in a diverse Europe / Enrique Bustamante -- 7. DTT implementation policies in Europe and the transformation of the television landscape: analysis of five experiences : the United Kingdom, France, Spain, Italy and Germany / I. Fernández Alonso, M. Capurro Robles, J. Sanmartín Navarro, J.J. Blasco Gil -- 8. Media policies and media politics in East Central Europe : issues and trends 1989-2008 / P. Bajomi-Lázár, Miklós Sükösd -- 9. Communication and cultural policies of non-state nations : the experience of Catalonia / Miquel de Moragas -- 10. Communication and cultural policy research in Europe : a review of recent scholarship / Katharine Sarikakis

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