Softcover, Windsor, Ontario: University of Windsor, 1985. Good with no dust jacket.
Square, tight binding. Clean, slightly off-white pages. Typescript font. Wraps have edge rubbing, overall light handling wear. 272 pp. ; Contents: Aggrey Brown, The West Indies and the New International Information Order: The Case of Grenada; Thelma McCormack, The MacBride Report in the Context of Liberal and Marxist Ideology: Toward a New Research Agenda; The MacBride Report as Seen from the Perspective of a Working Third World Journalist by Suthichai Yoon; Communication, Ideology, and Democracy: Cuba, Nicaragua and the United States by Howard H. Frederick; Nicaragua's Indian Refugees: Social Change and the Role of Information by Bonnie J. Brownlee; Colegiación: Another Way to Control · the Press? by Mary A. Gardner; Development News in CANA and Interlink by Christine Ogan and Ramona Rush; New Mexico's Spanish-Language Press and Relations between the United States and Mexico during Mexico's Decade of Revolutionary Violence (19l0-l920) by Graeme S. Mount; Attitudinal Problems in Canadian News Coverage of Central America and the Caribbean by John D. Harbron; Reporting of Events in Central America by Canadian and American Newspapers, October - December, 1983 by Walter C. Soderlund; Legal Issues Surrounding the Military Occupation of Grenada: October, 1983 by Maurice Waters; Coverage of Grenada: A Theoretic Overview by Peter Habermann; Canadian and Caribbean Coverage of the Grenada Crisis by Marlene Cuthbert and Stuart H. Surlin; The Cubanification of the Image of the Grenadian Revolution by Roberto Hoogendoorn. 8.25" tall; 272 pages.