Current Issue

Volume 4, No. 2
Autumn / Winter 2014

Special issue: International Media Assistance: Experiences and Prospects

Guest Editors: Mary Myers, Christoph Dietz & Marie-Soleil Frère

Editorial

Mary Myers, Christoph Dietz & Marie-Soleil Frère
International Media Assistance: Experiences and Prospects
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Akademische Artikel / Peer Reviewed Articles

Iginio Gagliardone
Media Development with Chinese Characteristics
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Jessica Nosske-Turner
Evaluating the Impacts of Media Assistance: Problems and Principles
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Benjamin A. J. Pearson
Media Aid Beyond the Factual: Culture, Development, and Audiovisual Assistance
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Kristina Irion & Tarik Jusic
International Assistance and Media Democratization in the Western Balkans: A Cross-National Comparison
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Essays

Daire Higgins
The Western Way: Democracy and the Media Assistance Model
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Bill Orme
Does Sustainability Require Transparency? The UN Divide Over Freedom of Information & Media in the Post-2015 Development Agenda
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Michel Leroy
Results-Oriented Evaluations: Their Uses, Their Limits and How They are Driving Implementers‘ Coping Strategies
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Mark Nelson
Media and Development: The Dysfunctional Alliance
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Medienpraxis & Forschungsberichte / From the Field

Nicole Stremlau
In Search of Evidence: Media and Governance in Fragile States
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Sanne van den Berg
Assessing the Impact of TMF on the Tanzanian Media: A Practical Approach
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Jan Lublinski, Erik Albrecht, Petra Berner, Laura Schneider, Merjam Wakili & Jackie Wilson
Windows of Opportunity – The Transformation of State Media to Public Service Media in Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, Moldova and Serbia
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Marek Bekerman
The Failure of a Success Story: Reforming Georgia’s Public Service Broadcaster
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Graduate Section

Marlene Kunst
The Link between ICT4D and Modernization Theory
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Buchrezensionen / Book Reviews

Fritzi-Marie Titzmann
Ajaya Kumar Sahoo and Johannes G. De Kruijf (eds.) (2014): Indian Transnationalism Online: New Perspectives on Diaspora (review in English)
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Christine Horz
Carter, Cynthia; Steiner, Linda; McLaughlin, Lisa (eds.) (2014): The Routledge Companion to Media and Gender (review in English)
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Spring/Summer 2015
Special Issue: Contemporary TV Drama Series

Guest Editors: Elisabeth Klaus & Florian Huber, University of Salzburg. This issue will focus on the transnational and cross-cultural aspects of contemporary TV series in Western and non-Western contexts. Read the full CfP in German or CfP in English.
You can still send full paper submissions for any other topic related to international or transcultural communication for consideration for the winter issue 2015 until July 2015.
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The articles of the special issue "Der Nahostkonflikt und die Medien" (Vol.4, No.1) can be ordered in a book for €12,90.
ISBN 978-3-7357-3918-6

Der Nahostkonflikt und die Medien

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