Com 251 International Communications (2/05)
SPECIAL COLLECTION BIBLIOGRAPHY OF
INTERNATIONAL COMMUNICATIONS MATERIALS
GENERAL TEXTS & REPORTS IN DR. MOORE'S OFFICE
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Lincolnwood, IL: NTC.
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Stevenson, R.. (1994). Global communication in the twenty-first century. New York:
Taylor, L. (1984). Expanding the orbital arc. Washington, DC: International Law Institute.
_______. (1996). Technology enhanced learning investigation in South Africa.
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Africa Media Review ACCE. 1990, Vol. 4, No. 2
1991, Vol. 5, No.1
1993, Vol. 7, No.1
Asian Media Information and Communication Centre: Mass Communications Periodical Index.
Compass Newsletter of the Society for International
Development. May, 1989. "One World or Several"
Development Society for International Development. 1988 No. 4
Development Communication Report No. 79, 1992/4
Freedom Forum Reports 1992: Putting Free Press and Free Market Practices Into Practice
1992: The Crucial Facts: Misleading Cues In the News of Central
and Eastern Europe
1992: Cries for Freedom
1995: Journalists in Peril
1999: Covering China
Freepress (Media Institute of Southern Africa) 2003 (April)
Global Media News 1999: Vol. 1, No. 1
The International Journalist (International Center for Journalists) 2002 (Winter, Spring,) 2003 (Fall) 2004 (Summer)
Knightline International (Knight International Press Fellowships News) 2003 (Winter)
World Press Review February 2001 to Present.
_____. (Sept. 1995 to Present). IPI Global Journalist.
Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media. BEA
An international Communications Symposium. Vol. 32, No. 2. Spring, 1988.
Journal of Communication ICA
Summer, 1981: The Living McLuhan (10 essays)
Autumn, 1981: Inside China (4 essays)
Winter, 1981: The Information Society, International Communication, Measuring Media Influence
Winter, 1984: Global Information (entire issue)
Spring, 1985: Telecommunications Development, International Communication.
March and June, 2002: Japan/Korea, Chinese Newspapers and Internet, North-South Divide, Thai Willingness to Communicate.
Journal of Mass Communication Monographs. AEJMC
April 1996 :International Television Coverage of Beijing Spring 1989: A Comparative
Fall, 1997: Japan
Spring, 1998: Russia
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Proteus. Shippensburg University. Global Communications: Cacophony or Coherence. Spring, 1994.
Proteus. Shippensburg University. Africa: Moving forward in a new millennium. Spring, 2004.
_____. (2000). Africa in transition. Videocassette.
_____. (1997). East Asia in transition. Videocassette.
_____. (1992). The end of the Soviet Union. Videocassette.
_____. (2002). Europe in transition. Videocassette.
_____. (2004). International news coverage in America: The angry world. 56:46 m. Videocassette.
_____. (1996). Latin America in transition. Videocassette.
_____. (2000). The Middle East in transition. Videocassette.
_____. (2004). RedLines and DeadLines, most of the news thatŐs fit to print: Iran. 60 m. Videocassette.
_____. (1998). Russia and the other former Soviet Republics in transition. Videocassette.
_____. (2004). The Saudi Question: Terrorism, radical religion etc. 60 m. Videocassette.
_____. (2004) Wide Angle: Afghanistan: Hell of a Nation. 60 m. Videocassette.
_____. (2004) Wide Angle: Russian Murders Journalists. 60 m. Videocassette.