Oxford University Press/Annenberg School of Communications, University of Pennsylvania
This entry includes three articles, each dealing with a different aspect of the subject:
- History and Theories
- Alternative Systems
The first and third cover predominantly the Western (especially the U.S.) approach; the second raises some criticisms directed at both the theoretical and the practical limitations of the Western perspective and presents alternative views.
International Encyclopedia of Communications
Hernández-Ramos, P., & Schramm, W. (1989). Development Communication: 1. History and Theories. In E. Barnouw (Ed.) International Encyclopedia of Communications. New York & Oxford: Oxford University Press/Annenberg School of Communications, University of Pennsylvania, Vol. 2, 9-12.
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