Transnational Media and Third World Development: The Structure and Impact of Imperialism


Through a comparative analysis of Western and Third World media practices, Meyer examines the relationship between the understanding of the term "news" and two conflicting theories of communication and development. Based on an examination of economic, social, and cultural indicators in 24 less-developed countries, Meyer critically assesses charges relating to neocolonialist features of news and information management, as well as cultural imperialism and political unrest. The final chapter summarizes these empirical tests as they relate to stuctural communications theory.


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