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The World News Prism: Challenges of Digital Communication

@inproceedings{Hachten2011TheWN,
  title={The World News Prism: Challenges of Digital Communication},
  author={William A. Hachten and James F. Scotton},
  year={2011}
}
“Comprehensive, timely insights from two leading scholars about the rapid changes in media and their infl uence on perceptions, politics, and cultures around the world. The chapter on developments in the Middle East is exceptional in capturing current realities through on-the-ground research. This book will be useful to all students and scholars interested in understanding media’s role in the world.” Sandra Whitehead, Hariri Canadian University, Lebanon 
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