Increased access to information generated by international governmental organizations (IGOs) and nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) and the explosive growth in information technology lead to challenges in the way this information is disseminated, processed, organized, and used. This companion volume to Hajnal's previous work, International Information, bridges the divide between traditional and new media information emanating from IGOs and NGOs. An invaluable resource for researchers, scholars, students, government officials, media personnel, and information professionals.For a full-text of the resulting report as well as of the related press releases, one must visit the above-cited Australian site, ... series, with the occasional afree- standinga monograph): - publications aimed at development professionals; for example: The Oxfam Handbook of ... combined to deal with a special topic each year), is Development in Practice, published by Carfax Publishing on behalf of Oxfam GB;anbsp;...
|Author||:||Peter I. Hajnal|
|Publisher||:||Libraries Unlimited - 2001|