"What happened was foremost an assault by interests of the big capital." An interview with Breda Pavlič.

Sašo Slaček Brlek, Jernej Amon Prodnik

Abstract


Interview with Breda Pavlič, critical researcher and former staff member of UNESCO’s Division of Free Flow of Information and Communication Policies in the 1980s (1984-1989). We discussed her path towards the critical-analysis approach to information and communication problems, the role of such analyses in the academic field of the time, as well as within the political context of the Movement of Non-Aligned Countries, and their initiative in UNESCO and in the United Nations Organization for a New international information and communication order (NIICO).

Keywords


Unesco; New International Information and Communication Order; Non-Aligned Movement; the MacBride Report; political economy of communication.

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