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Social Media in the Public Sector
Description In today's networked world, the public sector is tapping into new media applications to increase government organizations' participation, transparency and collaboration. The book contains a review of the current state of the public administration literature and shows how Government 2.0 activities can potentially challenge or change the existing paradigms. It includes an overview of each of the tools used to increase participation, transparency and collaboration. The book also highlights...
Global Economic Watch GEC Resource Center Printed Access Card (2nd Ed.)
Item Description Global Economic Watch GEC Resource Center Printed Access Card (2nd Ed.). Published by Cengage Learning. An electronic file accessible through online networks. The current global economic crisis leaves more and more questions unanswered every day and presents 'one of the most teachable moments of the century.' South-Western delivers the solution. The Global Economic Crisis Resource Center is an online one-stop shopping location that provides you with current news, journal articles...
Paul Barry has won numerous awards for his work as a journalist, including a Walkley in 2001 for an expose on tax-dodging barristers. He is a former host of The Times and Witness on Channel Seven and is currently the host of the ABC's Media Watch. He has also been a regular contributor to the Sydney Morning Herald and the Sunday Telegraph.Award-winning investigative reporter and bestselling author Paul Barry studied Politics, Philosophy and Economics at Oxford University. A journalist with BBC TV...
Free Worldwide Delivery : How to Watch TV News : Paperback : Penguin Putnam Inc : 9780143113775 : 0143113771 : 16 Oct 2008 : An important guide to understanding what you're getting--and not getting--from TV news. Postman and Powers warn that anyone who relies exclusively on TV for a knowledge of the world is making a serious mistake and suggest ways to intelligently evaluate TV news shows.
The most sought-after report of human rights news, Human Rights Watch's annual World Report 2012 is an invaluable resource for journalists, diplomats and citizens alike. The 22nd annual report summarises human rights conditions in more than 90 countries and territories, focusing particularly on the roles - both positive and negative - played in each country by key domestic and international figures.