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Asian Models of Community Communication, With Kazakhstan as a Case Study

  • Saule Barlybaeva
  • Alma I. Rusetmova

Abstract

The end of the twentieth century was marked by many political and economic changes, especially impressionable in the sphere of information and communication technology. This chapter gives an overview of Asian communications and media, citing Kazakhstan as a particular case study.

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Asian Country Asian Communication Satellite Aerial Asian Model Satellite Channel 
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© Linda K. Fuller 2007

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  • Saule Barlybaeva
  • Alma I. Rusetmova

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