Posts Tagged ‘Globalisation’

 
 

When NGOs go global: competition on international markets for development donations

Aldashev, G. & Verdier, T. (2009). When NGOs go global: competition on international markets for development donations. Journal of International Economics, 79, pp. 198-2010.
In this study the authors pointing out that NGOs are becoming multinational entities. Recently NGOs raised funds in the countries where they had been founded, nowadays they heavily rely on raising funds [...]

Author: Chantal Pesch
Posted on: March 10, 2011

The battle to control the flow

This thesis describes The battle to control the flow. The movement from powerful hegemony towards diversity.
Technological developments within the media sphere, especially the availability of digital broadcasting, have increased the mobility of international news flows emanating from different parts of the world live 24 hours a day. There are opposing viewpoints among many scholars; some [...]

Author: linschakenraad
Posted on: November 14, 2010

Global humanitarianism and the changing aid-media field.

Cottle, S. & Nolan, D. (2007). Global humanitarianism and the changing aid-media field. Journalism studies, 8(6), 862-878
According to Cottle and Nolan, the importance of NGO’s in society is being undermined by the current media landscape. Because of globalization and a competitive market, humanitarian organizations have to take the new ‘media logic’ into account. For an [...]

Author: linschakenraad
Posted on: September 6, 2010