Exporting Communication Technology to Developing Countries: Sociocultural, Economic, and Educational Factors-Emmanuel K. Ngwainmbi

  • Title: Exporting Communication Technology to Developing Countries: Sociocultural, Economic, and Educational Factors
  • Author: Emmanuel K. Ngwainmbi
  • Released: 1999-08-25
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  • Pages: 256
  • ISBN: 0761814191
  • ISBN13: 978-0761814191
  • ASIN: 0761814191

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Review When I read a book, I look for information which can educate, inspire, inform and persuade me. This book has certainly done that and more. . . . It is well-written and well-researched and it belongs on the college library and personal shelves. It alsobelongs on the desk of a corporate executive who is involved in international business ventures and aspirations. (Wilfred Difon )

Nothing has been more timely to Africa's economic emancipation than the bunch of constructive ideas propounded by Dr. Ngwainmbi. (Tim Johnson )

. . . the overall analysis of the African situation in relation to communication technology is of high quality. (Canadian Journal of Communication )

Because its focus is a new research area, that of communication technology and development, and because the author himself comes from the targeted continent of this analysis, the book needs to be read by scholars and business-persons, as well as by neophytes. (Christian Agbobli )

Because its focus is a new research area, that of communication technology and development, and because the author himself comes from the targeted continent of this analysis, the book needs to be read by scholars and business-persons, as well as by neophytes. (Christian Agbobli )

When I read a book, I look for information which can educate, inspire, inform and persuade me. This book has certainly done that and more. . . . It is well-written and well-researched and it belongs on the college library and personal shelves. It also belongs on the desk of a corporate executive who is involved in international business ventures and aspirations. (Wilfred Difon )

Nothing has been more timely to Africa's economic emancipation than the bunch of constructive ideas propounded by Dr. Ngwainmbi. (Tim Johnson )

. . . the overall analysis of the African situation in relation to communication technology is of high quality. (Canadian Journal of Communication )

About the Author Dr. Emmanuel K. Ngwainmbi is a professor at Elizabeth City State University, NC, journalist and an expert on international/global communication management. He is also Director of International Marketing and Consulting Service (ITMS), a communication firm dedicated to training and informing the public about business and social developments in Africa. Readers can access more information about his writings and professional career at . pdf