Media and sovereignty : The global information revolution and its challenge to state power / Monroe E.Price
Cambridge, MA : The MIT Press, 2002
ix, 317p. : fig ; 22 cm.
I : Remapping of media space. -- New role of the state. -- Stability, transitions, and the market for loyalties. -- II : Tropes of restructuring. -- Metaphor and model in media restructuring. -- Technologies and the vocabulary of change. -- Illegal and harmful content. -- Newness of new technology. -- III : Negotiating the changed media terrain. -- Toward a foreign policy of information space. -- Public diplomacy and the transformation of international broadcasting. -- Media globalization: a framework for analysis.