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UNESCO World Communication and Information Report 1999-2000 - Cultural Production and Cultural Pluralism
by Bernard Miege

Information and communication technologies (ICTs) are playing a decisive role in cultural production by transforming both the content and form of both works and products. As the century draws to a close, there are certain questions and even considerable anxieties about the rapid growth of electronic commerce, which has facilitated access to sound and audiovisual products that cross frontiers and zones of cultural influence and has even revolutionized the very patterns of cultural dissemination.

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Publication Type: Article / Chapter / Essay: 9 pages
Publisher: UNESCO (1999)
Location: Paris, France
Language: English
ISBN: 92-3-103611-4

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