Communication in Eastern Europe: The Role of History, Culture, and Media in Contemporary Conflicts
Dimitrova, Anelia K., Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly
Communication in Eastern Europe: The Role of History, Culture, and Media in Contemporary Conflicts. Fred L. Casmir, ed. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1995. 350 pp. $29.95 hbk.
Popular wisdom, a scientifically unverifiable though sometimes reliable source of cultural insights, has it that the urgency of intercultural communication reflects the thinking of political leaders and foreign policy makers. Thoughts, however, only begin to matter when they are transformed into economic and political imperatives that negotiate global power shifts or (de)construct cultural heritage to (re)claim territories. In this sense, Communication in Eastern Europe is an example of budding …
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Publication information: Article title: Communication in Eastern Europe: The Role of History, Culture, and Media in Contemporary Conflicts. Contributors: Dimitrova, Anelia K. - Author. Journal title: Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly. Volume: 73. Issue: 3 Publication date: Autumn 1996. Page number: 757+. © Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Winter 2007. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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