Cover of: Regulated Self-Regulation as a Form of Modern Government: A Comparative Analysis with Case Studies from Media and DESCRIPTION | Wolfgang Schulz

Regulated Self-Regulation as a Form of Modern Government: A Comparative Analysis with Case Studies from Media and DESCRIPTION

This study examines the necessity of the communications industry to regulate itself and the ability of governments to influence and enforce media self-regulation. With the privatization and deregulation of the communications industry and the increase in international media conglomerates, this analysis addresses why media self-regulation has become a necessity and
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University Of Luton Press
Media, information & communication industries, Social Science, Media Studies, Sociology, Politics/International Relations, Telecommunication policy, Government - State, Provincial & Municipal, Public Affairs & Administration, Political Science / Public Affairs & Administration, Deregulation, Telecommunic
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8625677M
ISBN 101860205976
ISBN 139781860205972