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Censorship in Cuba - a dissertation topic
I am currently studying a BA Hons Degree in Leadership and Management. My dissertation project relates to the censorship surrounding Cuba and the effects this has on Cuban people.
I would like to know if anyone would be willing to complete an email questionnaire in order for me to gain valuable research into the effects of censorship as mentioned above.
Thank you for taking the time to read this, hopefully I will hear from you soon!
Last edited by SRaine (2012-02-21 23:09:49)
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Re: Censorship in Cuba - a dissertation topic
The daily newspaper Granma is the official newspaper of the Communist Parti de Cuba and usually contains two pages of "Reflexions" by Fidel Castro, signed and dated. The five television stations which do not all provide programs all day are state controlled, as are the radio stations. Citizens at large do not have access to the internet. There is no independent media. Criticism of the state is an offence and disssidents are imprisoned. There are no independent media. So, what is there to censor?