Themes: Our Creativy Diversity
A new global ethics
A commitment to pluralism
Challenges of a media-rich world
recasting cultural policies
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Raymond van den Boogaard
The Bankruptcy of a Restrictive Media Policy

In the chapter ‘Challenges of a Media-Rich World’ the Commission suggests that there should be a worldwide regulating mechanism so that new media forms can be used to establish more cultural diversity, creativity and empowerment for everybody. In ‘The Bankruptcy of a Restrictive Media Policy’ Raymond van den Boogaard is sceptical about this. By describing Dutch media politics he shows that a restricted policy controlled by the government will eventually lead to a contempt for the public.


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Introduction
Raymond van den Boogaard
Jean-Pierre Guépin
pijltje.gif (895 bytes) A new globlal ethics
pijltje.gif (895 bytes) A commitment to pluralism
pijltje.gif (895 bytes) Challenges of a media-rich world
pijltje.gif (895 bytes) Recasting cultural policies
General introduction
Challenges of a media-rich world
recasting cultural policies