The Mass Media Declaration of UNESCO
This book exmines the 1978 Mass Media Declaration of UNESCO, not only for its historical and diplomatic implications, but for its importance to the basic professional training and lifelong education of journalists. It is the first comprehensive book to appear on this subject. Making a landmark contribution to a heretofore vague and poorly articulated field, this volume inaugurates this document as a part of journalism training and brings it to the permanent agenda of professional debate. The book also serves as invaluable background material for reading the official UNESCO documents.
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