Media, democracy and freedom : the post-communist experience /
Marta Dyczok & Oxana Gaman-Golutvina (eds).
New York : Peter Lang, 2009.
246 p.
3034303114 (alk. paper), 9783034303118 (alk. paper)
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New York : Peter Lang, 2009.
3034303114 (alk. paper)
9783034303118 (alk. paper)
contents note
Introduction / Marta Dyczok -- Framing the issues: the larger theoretical discussions. Do the media matter? focus on Ukraine / Marta Dyczok -- Contradictions between freedom and development: historical and contemporary dimensions (the Russian case) / Oxana Gaman-Golutvina -- In the absence of light, darkness prevails. Plurality, the public sphere and the transformation of press journalism in Belarus / Stefan Jarolimek -- Development of a public sphere: journalistic freedom and media accountability in Latvia / Inta Brike -- Identity, media and change: sociological perspectives. Russia, the West and "the special path": popular attitudes to other countries / Boris Dubin -- Belarus on the "Huntington line": the role of media / Oleg Manaev -- Focusing the lens: empirically based case studies. The Russian media scene: industrial rise and institutional decline / Masha Lipman -- Less is more: towards a sustainable and reliable media in Albania / Robert Austin -- Trends in Georgia's mass media after the "Rose Revolution" / Tamara Berekashivli -- Coloured revolutions and the media: where is the scoop? / Vicken Cheterian -- Conclusions. Media and democracy in transformation design / Oxana Gaman-Golutvina.
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