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Title: Jamaican government's use of radio braodcasting in economic development, 1939-1970
Authors: Oxley, H.W.
Keywords: RADIO
GOVERNMENT
SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
JAMAICA
HISTORY
ECONOMIC CONDITIONS
ECONOMIC POLICY
ECONOMIC GROWTH
POLITICAL SYSTEMS
CONSTITUTIONS
DEVELOPMENT POLICY
PRIVATE OWNERSHIP
PUBLIC OWNERSHIP
CONTENT ANALYSIS
POLITICAL ASPECTS
Date: 1975
Publisher: University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, US
Abstract: Study on the use of radio by the government for the social development and economic development of Jamaica. Discusses the history of radio development, economic conditions, economic policy and economic growth from 1930 to 1970, political development, political system and the constitutions from 1930 to 1970, development policy and the private ownership and public ownership of radio stations, content analysis of government produced broadcasting and political aspects of nonreserved broadcasting time. Bibliography, statistical data.
Description: Thesis
Thesis, University of Wisconsin, 1975
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10625/630
Access: IDRC Only
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