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The author's eloquence about the historical aspects of development and imperialism (e.g., the political economy, the mass communication, and the international relations perspectives) sets up the reader's expectations for solid contributions to the theoretical and analytical understanding of contemporary trends. Perhaps its chief contribution is that it highlights the important context of modernity and modernization to international communication - an insight that traditional journalism and mass communication texts and textbooks often overlook.
Globalization, Development and the Mass Media Adina Schneeweis Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly; Winter 2008; 85, 4; Docstoc pg. 935
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