Table of contents for Communication for development in the Third World : theory and practice / Srinivas R. Melkote.


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Foreword - Everett Rogers
Introduction to the study of Communication and Development in the Third World
PART ONE: THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK (UNTIL THE SIXTIES)
The Dominant Paradigm
Early Theories in Comparative International Development
Communication Approach of the Dominant Paradigm
PART TWO: THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK DURING THE NEXT TEN YEARS (THE SEVENTIES): FALL OF THE DOMINANT PARADIGM
Denigration of the Dominant Paradigm
Critical Analysis of Early Approaches to Third World Development
Critique of the Dominant Paradigm's Communication Approach
PART THREE: THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK FOR THE EIGHTIES AND BEYOND: FROM EMPIRICAL POSITIVISM TO QUALITATIVE AND NORMATIVE MODELS OF DEVELOPMENT AND COMMUNICATION
Alternative Development Paradigms
Emergence of New Theories of Third World Development and Role for Communication
Another Development
Strategies for Participation and Communication in the Eighties



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Communication in economic development -- Developing countries.
Developing countries -- Economic policy.