Cambodian communication review 2010

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Department of Media & Communication, Cambodia Communication Institute, Royal University of Phnom Penh , Phnom Penh
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LC ClassificationsMLCM 2010/00947 (H)
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Open LibraryOL25329586M
ISBN 139789996355417
LC Control Number2011336292

Cambodia, mass media (newspaper, magazine, radio & television), new media and Internet, journalism, facebook, blogging, women's empowerment, internet café, press. The Cambodian Communication Review is made up of three sections: the Cambodian media snapshot, research articles, and critical : Say Sok.

Nambora is currently Cambodian Ambassador to Indonesia and his book is the very first of its kind by a Cambodian diplomat, skillfully setting out theory in down-to-earth ways. The Cambodian Communication Review features six research articles and commentaries on communication, media, and related issues in contemporary Cambodia.

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Home› Cultures› Cambodia› Cultural Differences› Interpersonal Communication Interpersonal Communication. Gudykunst, Ting-Toomey, & Chua (), differentiate cultures on the basis of the variables in communication and interaction styles predominant within each culture.

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Taking a theoretical and multidisciplinary perspective, the essays in this collection provide compelling insight into contemporary Cambodian culture at home and abroad.

The book represents the first sustained exploration of the relationship between cultural productions and practices, the changing urban landscape and the construction of identity and nation building twenty-five years after the.

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Get this from a library. China, Cambodia, and the five principles of peaceful coexistence. [Sophie Richardson] -- Based on Chinese archival and interview sources, this book takes a serious look at Sino-Cambodian relations and attempts to explain why China would.

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Since the civil war of the s, Cambodia has suffered devastating upheavals that killed a million ' people and exiled hundreds of thousands. This book is the first to examine Cambodian culture after the ravages of the Pol Pot regime-and to bear witness to the transformation and persistence of tradition among contemporary Cambodians at home and s: 1.

In Jan. and Sept.,opposition leader Sam Rainsy was convicted in absentia on charges relating to his actions concerning the marking of the Cambodia-Vietnam border; he had questioned the government's marking of the border, saying it encroached on Cambodian territory, and had removed border markers during a political protest.

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This is a wonderful book, which should be read as a useful point of reference by anyone interested in Cambodia’s contemporary relations with other states, especially major ones like China, Japan, Russia.

Book publishing in Cambodia. Kheng Pytou Kethya. WHEN THE CAMBODIAN GOVERNMENT opened the country to a free market innew possibilities emerged for authors to transform their manuscripts into printed books available for sale on the market.

In Nokorwat Publishing was established, under the management of the Nokorwat Media Center. The Cambodian Communication Review is the third publication of the series since I took the position as the acting head of the Department of Media and Communication (DMC) of the Royal University of Phnom Penh.

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The first two issues published prior to my tenure were released in andrespectively, when Dr. Chivoin Peou was the editor.

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