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1 Excerpted mainly from the following two publications:

Cees Hamelink and Kaarle Nordenstreng: ‘Towards Democratic Media Governance’. In Els De Bens (editor), Media Between Culture and Commerce. Changing Media – Changing Europe Series, Volume 4. Bristol, UK: Intellect, 2007, 225-240.



Kaarle Nordenstreng: ‘Media and Society: In Serach of Models’ [in Russian ‘SMI i obshchestvo: Modeli vzaimodeistvii’]. In Y.N.  Zassoursky & O.M. Zdravomyslova (eds.), Glasnost i zhurnalistika 1985-2005  [Glasnost and Journalism 1985-2005], Moscow: Gorbachev Foundation & Faculty of Journalism, Moscow State University, 2006, 168-177. In English ‘Mapping out Media Models: Gorbachev's Challenge’. In Elena Vartanova (ed.) Media and Change, Moscow: MediaMir, 2007, 95-102.


2 This proposal was made by Ignacio Ramonet, the editor and director of Le Monde diplomatique, at the Social Summit in Porto Alegre in 2002 and at the World Summit on the Information Society in Geneva in 2003 (Ramonet 2003). The same idea is behind initiatives to set up a system of international media monitoring (Nordenstreng 2004).








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