Communications Policy: Theories and Issues
Editors: S. Papathanassopoulos and R. Negrine
Contributing Authors: Gil‐Egui, G., Stewart, C. M., and Tian, Y.
Gisela Gil-Egui is a contributing author (with Stewart, C. M., and Tian, Y), "Framing the information society: Comparing policy approaches by the US and the EU".
Book description: Culture, politics, economics and technology all impact upon policy decisions. To investigate the factors that influence communications policy, however, one has to go beyond conventional views of media and communication studies and combine these with policy studies.Communications Policy: Theories and Issues utilizes new research to highlight key debates and developments, and addresses a broad spectrum of contemporary concerns regarding the structure and the organization of communications systems in the past, present and future. Combining theoretical analysis with empirical research findings, this comprehensive text explores the contemporary theories and issues in communications policy that affect all democratic societies as they seek to address the challenges of emerging information and communications technologies.
Gil‐Egui, G., Stewart, C. M., and Tian, Y. (2010). Framing the information society: Comparing policy approaches by the US and the EU. In S. Papathanassopoulos and R. Negrine (Eds.), Communications Policy: Theories and Issues. Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan.
Papathanassopoulos, S.; Negrine, R.; Gil-Egui, Gisela; Stewart, C. M.; and Tian, Y., "Communications Policy: Theories and Issues" (2010). Communication Faculty Book Gallery. 12.