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You are cordially invited to participate in IAMCR 2006, Knowledge societies for all: Media & Communication Strategies to be held in Cairo, Egypt, July 23-28, 2006.
I extend a very warm invitation to you to attend IAMCR’s 2006 conference, 23-28 July in Cairo.
The conference theme ‘Knowledge Societies for All’ is timely, interesting and provocative. It is timely because we know that many are still excluded from modern conceptions of knowledge societies, however defined. It is interesting because we are...
By Rico Lie, 2002
This volume explores spaces where cultures meet and mix in entangled flows and levels of globality and locality. It makes a contribution to our understanding of the complex processes of communications across and beyond borders. It provides an introduction to intercultural/international communication and changing...
Edited by Tony Lavender, Brigitte Tufte and Dafna Lemish, 2002
Over the last decades Media Education has gradually obtained an educational status in many countries throughout the world although few countries have actually incorporated this subject in their formal school curricula. Where Media Education is taught today, it is principally...
Edited by Jürgen Wilke, 1998
Never before has propaganda been as powerful as in the 20th century. Although propaganda has been studied for the past 50 years, it has by no means been described and analyzed completely—there are still large gaps in the scholarly literature. This volume not only fills some of these gaps but illustrates the...
 Download Cairo 2006 - Program (.doc) (83.5 KB) Download Cairo 2006 - Program (.pdf) (122.79 KB)
You are cordially invited to participate in IAMCR 2006, Knowledge societies for all: Media & Communication Strategies to be held in Cairo, Egypt, July 23-28, 2006.
I extend a very warm invitation to you to attend IAMCR’s 2006 conference, 23-28 July in Cairo.
The conference theme ‘Knowledge Societies for All’ is timely, interesting and provocative. It is timely because we know that many are still excluded from modern conceptions of knowledge societies, however defined. It is interesting because we are...
By Rico Lie, 2002
This volume explores spaces where cultures meet and mix in entangled flows and levels of globality and locality. It makes a contribution to our understanding of the complex processes of communications across and beyond borders. It provides an introduction to intercultural/international communication and changing...
Edited by Tony Lavender, Brigitte Tufte and Dafna Lemish, 2002
Over the last decades Media Education has gradually obtained an educational status in many countries throughout the world although few countries have actually incorporated this subject in their formal school curricula. Where Media Education is taught today, it is principally...
Edited by Jürgen Wilke, 1998
Never before has propaganda been as powerful as in the 20th century. Although propaganda has been studied for the past 50 years, it has by no means been described and analyzed completely—there are still large gaps in the scholarly literature. This volume not only fills some of these gaps but illustrates the...

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