International flow of media and the evolution of his speech

  • Benhamadi Moussa
Keywords: International flow of media, Information and Communication Technologies, Speech, Ideological domination, Strategic influence, Information Inputs, Free Flow of information

Abstract

The major industrialized countries, particularly the United States of America, entered immediately after the Second World War in the competition for the development of information and communication technologies, so that they can break into the field of international communication and promote their ideology dedicated to the service of their strategic objectives. Due to the development of communication technologies and international media, this country has achieved the violation of the weak states sovereignty and the destabilization of their development policies, and the assignment of their cultures and national identities. The United Nations for Education, Science and Culture (UNESCO) has attempted through its various interventions since the seventies of the last century, to reduce the impact of this imbalance media, but in vain. This has increased over the years in favor of major industrialized countries hold the monopoly on information and communication technologies at the international level. Some developing countries (newly industrialized countries) have managed to take advantage of the modern media revolution, but these benefits do not exceed its outputs use.

Keywords: International flow of media, Information and Communication Technologies, Speech, Ideological domination, Strategic influence, Information Inputs, Free Flow of information

Published
2018-05-17
Section
Articles

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