Media-state relations in emerging democracies

by A. Hadland | 05 May 2015
The news media and the state are locked in a battle of wills in the world's emerging democratic states. It is a struggle that will determine whether or not democracy flourishes or withers in the 21st century. Using a number of case studies, including South Africa, this book evaluates what is at stake.
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The news media and the state are locked in a battle of wills in the world's emerging democratic states. It is a struggle that will determine whether or not democracy flourishes or withers in the 21st century. Using a number of case studies, including South Africa, this book evaluates what is at stake.
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The news media and the state are locked in a battle of wills in the world's emerging democratic states. It is a struggle that will determine whether or not democracy flourishes or withers in the 21st century. Using a number of case studies, including South Africa, this book evaluates what is at stake.

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Media-state relations in emerging democracies

ISBN9781137493484

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PublisherPALGRAVE MACMILLAN (05 May. 2015)

No. of Pages0

Weight470

Language English (United States)

Dimensions 216 x 140