60 Titles Listed for the author selected: Processed on 11/24/2017
Conference      21     
Book      18     
Journal Article      13     
Book, Whole      8     
Total:       60    

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60 Titles Listed for the author selected:
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7061 Maximizing the value of telecom & ICT networks in the single market.
• Dunn, Hopeton S
7065 Global technologies and the business of Jamaican culture: Maximizing the potential of ICTs and new media.
• Dunn, Hopeton S
7066 Wha a Gwaan: Research report on a qualitative study on mobile telephony and poverty in Jamaica qualitative research report mobile phone access and usage patterns in Jamaica. Prepared for DIRSI- IDRC.
• Dunn, Hopeton
632 Transnational corporations, the IMF and policy-making in the Caribbean: Implications of the Cable and Wireless controversy in Jamaica
• Dunn, Hopeton
993083 ‘Something Old, Something New….’ WikiLeaks and the Collaborating Newspapers Exploring the Limits of Conjoint Approaches to Political Exposure
• Dunn, Hopet
6790 Engendering a techno-cultural economy: Opportunities and challenges for the Global South
• Dunn, Hopeto
993436 Slavery and Emancipation in the Caribbean: Preserving the Public Memory
• Dunn, Hopet
993013 Changing Geography of the Field: Implications for Communication Theories
• Dunn, Hopeton
993317 ICT Awareness and Capacity Building for Regionwide Broadband Deployment
• Dunn, Hopeton
993248 Jamaica Country Report
• Dunn, Hopeton
993151 On Creative Resilience and Globalization from Below: Resisting ‘Cultural Synchronization’ in Jamaica, with Lessons For the Global South
• Dunn, Hopeton
993307 Re-evaluating ‘Synchronization’: Crisis, Power Shifts and Alternative Conceptual Constructs in Communication Theory
• Dunn, Hopeton
993032 Regulators - Who Needs Them?
• Dunn, Hopeton
993019 Safety of Journalists in the Caribbean
• Dunn, Hopeton
992931 Slavery and Emancipation in the Caribbean: Preserving the Public Memory
• Dunn, Hopeton
993349 The Challenges of Global Communications
• Dunn, Hopeton
993258 Something Old, Something New...: WikiLeaks, Newspapers and Conjoint Approaches to Political Exposure
• Dunn, Hopeton S
992915 Information Literacies and People Empowerment in the Global South
• Dunn, Hopeton S.
• Johnson-Brown, Shee
570 Caribbean ICTs: Strategic Issues, Challenges and Opportunities in Caribbean ICTs
• Dunn, Hopeton S.
• Minto-Coy, Indian
600 Mobility and Work in the Caribbean - Telecommuting for Personal and Regional Development
• Dunn, Hopeton S
• Cowell, No
993263 Re-Thinking ICT Policy Making in the Caribbean: A Decision- Making Framework for the 21st Century
• Dunn, Hopeton S
• Thomas, Michele
• Brown, Alliso
3356
3605 Reform and outreach: The political economy of Southern African media
• Dunn, Hopeton
3678
3622 Distance education and communication programmes in the University of the West Indies: Profile and prospects
• Dunn, Hopeton
7719 Telecommunications and new forms of work opportunities and challenges of telecommuting, outsourcing and offshore employment in Jamaica and the Caribbean.
• Dunn, Hopeton
6721 A one-way street just off the global digital superhighway: Debating monopoly control and policy-making in Caribbean telecommunications
• Dunn, Hopeton
6719 Policy issues in communication technology use: Challenges and options
• Dunn, Hopeton
6720 Cuban telecommunications systems: Confronted by global political and technological change
• Dunn, Hopeton S.
• Noguera, Feli
7720 Political advertising and the 2007 general elections.
• Dunn, Hopeton
7721 Poverty and mobile telephony: Results of a national household survey of low income users in Jamaica.
• Dunn, Hopeton
7722 Consumer driven media content: The challenges and opportunities of the emerging wiki-world.
• Dunn, Hopeton
7723 Teleuse at the bottom of the pyramid: Genderstanding mobile telephony.
• Dunn, Hopeton S.
• Dunn, Leith
7724 Usage patterns for mobile phones in Jamaica.
• Dunn, Hopeton
7725 Globalisation, convergence and the digital future: Policy issues in Caribbean broadcasting regulation.
• Dunn, Hopeton
7726 Digital technologies and Jamaican creative industries: Towards global competitiveness.
• Dunn, Hopeton
7727 Mobile telephony as bridging technology to wider broadband and e-commerce usages by low income Jamaicans.
• Dunn, Hopeton S
5518 Struggle, innovation and cultural resistance
• Dunn, Hopeton
6526 Emancipation-unfinished business
• Dunn, Hopeton
482 Empowering the voiceless in an era of globalization
• Dunn, Hopeton
483 Communication training and education in Jamaica: An historical analysis
• Dunn, Hopeton
6647 Women in philanthropy: From traditional to transformational leadership in the 21st century
• Dunn, Lei
477 Telecommunications policy in the Caribbean: From state monopoly to private monopoly
• Dunn, Hopeton
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489 Caribbean telecoms: A call for competition, a call for regulation
• Dunn, Hopeton
992976 Caribbean telecommunications policy: Fashioned by debt, dependency and underdevelopment
• Dunn, Hopeton
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488 Upgrading our libraries
• Dunn, Hopeton
5531 Negotiating identity : Globalizations, WTO and Caribbean cultures
• Dunn, Hopeton
6711
487 Telecommunications policy in the Caribbean
• Dunn, Hopeton
3532 Tourism and popular perceptions: Mapping Jamaican attitudes
• Dunn, Hopeton S.
• Dunn, Leith
6715 Globalisation from below: Caribbean cultures, global technologies and the WTO
• Dunn, Hopeton
6716 The politics of the media in the English-speaking Caribbean
• Dunn, Hopeton
541 Telecommunications regulation: Lessons from a Caribbean debate
• Dunn, Hopeton
3352 Facing the digital millennium: Culture, communication and globalization in Jamaica and South Africa
• Dunn, Hopeton
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6718 Telecommunications policy making in Jamaica: From state monopoly to private monopoly
• Dunn, Hopeton S.
• Gooden, Winston