By Christof Mauersberger
This publication examines democratizing media reforms in Latin the USA. the writer explains why a few international locations have lately handed such reforms within the broadcasting zone, whereas others haven't. by means of supplying a civil society point of view, the writer strikes past traditional money owed that understand media reforms basically as a sort of presidency repression to punish oppositional media. in its place, he highlights the pioneering position of civil society coalitions, that have controlled to revitalize the controversy on conversation rights and translated them into particular regulatory results equivalent to the advertising of group radio stations. The publication offers an in-depth, comparative research of media reform debates in Argentina and Brazil (analyzing Chile and Uruguay as complementary cases), supported through unique qualitative study. As such, it advances our realizing of ways moving energy relatives and social forces are affecting policymaking in Latin the USA and beyond.
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Advocacy Coalitions and Democratizing Media Reforms in Latin America: Whose Voice Gets on the Air? by Christof Mauersberger