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Media, militer, politik : crisis communication : perspektif Indonesia dan internasional / editor, Lukas S. Ispandriarno, Thomas Hanitzsch, Martin Loeffelholz
Bib ID 671363
Format BookBook
Author
Simposium "Crisis Communication and Democracy", (2001 : Yogyakarta, Indonesia)
 
Edition Cet. 1. 
Description [Jakarta] : Friedrich Ebert Stiftung ; Yogyakarta : Galang Press, 2002 
viii, 354 p. : ill. ; 19 cm. 
ISBN 9799341434
Summary

On the influence of mass media on public opinion and politics in Indonesia and other countries ; papers of a symposium.

Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. [333]-348).

In Indonesian, with summary in English.

Subjects Communication in politics -- Indonesia.  |  Mass media -- Political aspects.  |  Mass media -- Political aspects -- Indonesia.
Other authors/contributors Ispandriarno, Lukas S., 1955-  |  Hanitzsch, Thomas, 1969-  |  Loeffelholz, Martin, 1959-  |  Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung
Available From Library of Congress -- Jakarta Overseas Office 

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