Commission on Global Governance (1995). Our global neighbourhood.

“Apprehension about concentration in media ownership is linked to worries that this sector’s power to shape the agenda of political action may not be matched by a sense of responsibility. These varied concerns have given rise to the suggestion that civil society itself should try to provide a measure of global public service broadcasting not linked to commercial interests.” (p 30-31)

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Conley & Barot (2001). A UNESCO View of Adult Education and Civil Society.

Conley, M. W., & Barot, É. (2001). A UNESCO View of Adult Education and Civil Society. In D. H. Poonwassie & A. Poonwassie (Eds.), Fundamentals of adult education: issues and practices for lifelong learning (1st ed., pp. 189-202). Thompson Educational Publishing. Headings: Learning How To Value Democracy … 190 Exploring the Linkages between Adult Education … Read more

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de los Santos & Finger (1994). Managing Educational Operations.

“… a highly centralized college is characterized by efficiency, uniformity, economy, and impartial treatment of units but also tends to create low morale and depersonalization of members. Conversely, high decentralization encourages creativity and the relevance of programs but can also cause duplication, communication gaps, and excessive competition.” (p 431)

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