Issues for development communication ethics

Journal of Mass Media Ethics 6 (4):210 – 221 (1991)

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As national development programs flounder and new theories of communication for developing countries emerge, there are questions about ethical consideration of policies, programs, and models used to project successful development. I examine equity, participation, and technology for their ethical implications as programs evolve and development theories are applied in the field.
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DOI 10.1207/s15327728jmme0604_2
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