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Discovering the suitable position at the Map is a global comparability of the media structures and democratic functionality of the media in post-communist international locations. From a comparative east-west standpoint, this groundbreaking quantity analyzes problems with advertisement media, social exclusion, and purchaser capitalism. With themes starting from the civil society strategy, public carrier broadcasting, fandom, and the illustration of poverty, every one bankruptcy considers a distinct element of the tendencies and difficulties surrounding the foreign media. This quantity is an up to date review of what media transformation has intended for post-communist international locations some time past decades.   

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