The Passing of Modernity: Communication and the Transformation of Society

  title={The Passing of Modernity: Communication and the Transformation of Society},
  author={H. Mowlana and L. J. Wilson},
Development - a field in search of itself beyond developmentalism - a framework of analysis contending theories and approaches to communication and development culture, society, and communication communication policies and planning for development communication technologies and development - for whom and for what? telecommunications and its impact the use of modern space technology in social and economic development individuals and communities - communication and the transformation of society. 
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