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1991

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Third World Policy In The International Forum: The Struggle For Autonomy, Samuel C. Ubbaonu May 1991

Third World Policy In The International Forum: The Struggle For Autonomy, Samuel C. Ubbaonu

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This dissertation analyzes the origin of the free-flow doctrine, its role in the American mass media coverage of the Third World countries, and in the demand for a New World Information and Communication Order. This dissertation is also intended to serve as an up-date of the development to the call by the Third World, for a New World Information and Communication Order. These goals are accomplished through the application of the weapons of case study, a critical analysis of the United States policy on the mass media, a historical analysis of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization's ...


The Essential Unity Of The American African And The Palestinian Arab: Myth Or Reality?, Walter G. Stroman May 1991

The Essential Unity Of The American African And The Palestinian Arab: Myth Or Reality?, Walter G. Stroman

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The primary research question of this study is: Does a genuine congruence of circumstance and commonality of fundamental interests and goals exist between the American African community and that of the Palestinian Arab that would warrant and legitimate formal overtures for political unity, dialogue, and structured alliances of the two communities? The null hypothesis to be tested herein can be stated: A sufficient degree of homogeneity in the material condition and strategic interests/goals does not exist between the American-African community and the Palestinian Arab community to justify rationally a unified political relationship.

The research method employed used both the ...