This volume is the successor to ""Glastnost and After"" (1995), a study which examined the relationships between the media and change in Central and Eastern Europe. With developments in that region proceeding apace, a follow-up book became essential. Ten case studies, each devoted to a particular country, follow the introductory section. Each contributor describes and evaluates the changes and development of their media system in terms of its placement on the subordination-autonomy and dominance-pluralism continua and in the context of a general appraisal of the evolution of the political system and the fit between the two. The final section deals with issues - tolerance, feminism and the Internet - not customarily included in research on the media in this region.
Publisher: Hampton Press
Number of pages: 480
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