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Journal of New Communications Research Volume 3 Issue 1 October 2008

This issue of the JNCR includes nine in-depth papers by both academics and professionals from around the world, focusing on a wide range of topics including the enterprise adoption of advanced collaborative tools by the telecommunications industry, a comparison of agenda-setting in corporate media versus independent online media, the freedom of the press and the role of blogs in Bangladesh, a case study focusing on new media ethics issues, and a look at blogs as the “People’s Archive.”

This report was originally published by the Society for New Communications Research, which officially merged with The Conference Board in January 2016.






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