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Communications- Tipping or Tripping Point by Cordel Green & Anthony Clayton

03.12.2019
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Communications- Tipping or Tripping Point

By Cordel Green & Anthony Clayton

This chapter is written at a time of extraordinarily rapid technological advance. Consider how much has changed since 2004, the year when the International Institute of Communications (IIC) held its 35th Annual Conference in Montego Bay, Jamaica – the only time it has met in the Caribbean in its 50 years of existence.

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Communications- Tipping or Tripping Point

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IIC 50th Anniversary Book
Cordel Green Cordel Green Executive Director, Broadcasting Commission Jamaica Anthony Clayton (Prof) Anthony Clayton (Prof) Director, The Institute for Sustainable Development, UWI, Mona and Chairman of Broadcasting Commission Jamaica
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