Why Templates for Media Development do not work in Crisis States: Defining and Understanding Media Development Strategies in Post-War and Crisis States

Abstract

This report is based on the outcome of discussions at a workshop organised by the LSE Crisis States Research Centre, the Stanhope Centre for Communications and the Annenberg School for Communication. The objective of the workshop was to examine how media policy can be adapted to developing countries affected by crises and war.

Citation

van der Zwan, J.; Putzel, J. Why Templates for Media Development do not work in Crisis States: Defining and Understanding Media Development Strategies in Post-War and Crisis States. (2006) 36 pp.

Why Templates for Media Development do not work in Crisis States: Defining and Understanding Media Development Strategies in Post-War and Crisis States

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