Negotiating communication rights

case studies from India
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Sage Publications , New Delhi, Thousand Oaks, Calif
Freedom of information, Case studies, Communication p
StatementPradip Ninan Thomas
Classifications
LC ClassificationsP95.82.I4 T56 2011
The Physical Object
Paginationxxi, 252 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25343600M
ISBN 108132106369
ISBN 139788132106364
LC Control Number2011284547
OCLC/WorldCa706020685

Negotiating Communication Rights explores some of the most important aspects of communication rights movements in India.

Beginning with the theoretical aspects of communication rights, the book deals with five case studies related to significant movements of our times, namely, the Right to Information, Free and Open Source Software, Women and Media, Community Radio, and Citizen.

Abstract. Communication rights are a barometer of the degree of transparency and fairness in a democracy. India, the world's largest democracy, has found itself at the center of this debate. This book, through five case studies in India, explores communication rights movements here.

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