Ever since the problems of the unhappy province of Northern Ireland returned to the front pages of British and foreign newspapers in the middle of 1969, they have presented a fascinating challenge to the prevailing notions of what constitutes a proper degree of control of the content of the broadcasting media. Broadcasting is the only instrument of social communication that is wedded inextricably to an ideology as well as a function of its own. In this issue, Index investigates tensions between broadcasters and authorities in Northern Ireland.
with Anthony Smith
Czechoslovakia: Peter Payne
Spain & Portugal: Alberto A. de Carvalho, A. Monteiro CardosoSee the full table of contents at Sage Publishing
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