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Communication and Democratic Reform in South Africa (Communication,…

by Robert B. Horwitz

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0521030978, Paperback)

The book examines the reform of the communications sector in South Africa as a detailed and extended case study in the transition from apartheid to democracy. The reform of broadcasting, telecommunications, the state information agency, and the print press from apartheid-aligned apparatuses to accountable democratic institutions took place via a complex political process in which civil society activism, embodying a post-social democratic ideal, largely won out over the powerful forces of formal market capitalism and older models of state control.

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The book examines the reform of the communication sector in South Africa in the transition from apartheid to democracy. It studies the complex political process by which broadcasting, telecommunications, the state information agency, and the print press were transformed from apartheid-aligned apparatuses to accountable democratic institutions.… (more)

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