MediaMorphosis: the political economy of the print media in east central Europe during the first decade of the post-Communist era
Gulyas, A. 2011. MediaMorphosis: the political economy of the print media in east central Europe during the first decade of the post-Communist era. LAP Lambert Academic Publishing.
The book provides a comparative analysis of the changes in the print media sectors of the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland during the 1990s. It analyses the processes and features of the post-communist transformation from a political economy point of view. The analysis focuses on three main print media sectors: newspaper, magazine and book publishing. The study identifies four main processes of post-communist system change and examines the differences and similarities between the three countries and between various print media sectors. The features of the communist and the post-communist systems of the print media are compared in terms of the changing roles of the print media and of the main "actors‟ such as the
|Publisher||LAP Lambert Academic Publishing|
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|Deposited||04 Feb 2013|
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