Experts from the Faculty of Journalism of Moscow State University, The Amsterdam School of Communications Research (ASCoR) of the University of Amsterdam, and other experts from Finland, the United Kingdom and Belgium address this question. The papers in this volume discuss key issues in the development of communications policies for open societies. These issues focus on the social responsibilities of media in a changing society; the role of competition in stimulating media innovation and diversity; and the potential of new media in strengthening user's autonomy and empowerment.
Expressing different historical contexts, the editors approach the issues from very different perspectives, but with the common objective of understanding the converging media dynamics in East and West. The resulting mix contributes to the debate surrounding the communications policies that will stimulate the development of global openness in the 21st century.
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They identify and analyse the conflicts and the tensions between cultural policies and market forces at work in the present-day media landscape.
Chapter 3: Measuring and Assessing Empirical Media Diversity: Some European Cases. They identify and analyse the conflicts and the tensions between cultural policies and market forces at work in the present-day media landscape. The title ‘The Media between Culture and Commerce’ may seem rather vague and ambiguous.
This programme offers the opportunity to study the history of the cultural and intellectual interaction between the East and Western Europe from the Middle Ages to the present day. This process will be examined in all its forms – from the history of cultural relations and reception of traditions t. . This process will be examined in all its forms – from the history of cultural relations and reception of traditions to the vulgarization of knowledge and the generation of conflicts. The programme is a wide-ranging inter-faculty and inter-university project that is unique in its combination of two components
Sharing a common cultural heritage, Eastern and Western Europe have developed different paths of scholarship and learning. At the root of these traditions is the tradition of European humanism and its scholarly community.
Sharing a common cultural heritage, Eastern and Western Europe have developed different paths of scholarship and learning. Cultural and Intellectual History Between East and West is a double degree master’s programme that brings together the best traditions in scholarship in East and West.