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Development communication refers to a spectrum of communication processes, strategies and principles within the field of international development, aimed at improving the conditions and quality of life of people struggling with underdevelopment and marginalization. Reflective of the field’s historical evolution, Development communication is characterized by conceptual flexibility and diversity in the application of communication techniques used to address the problems of development. Some approaches in the “tool kit” of the field include: information dissemination and education, behavior change, social marketing, social mobilization, media advocacy, communication for social change, and participatory communication. Communication for informed decision.Developement communication is for the betterment of the society though raised from a particular group but affect the whole mass for better.
History of FieldEdit
The term "Development Communication" was coined by Nora C. Quebral, a professor at the University of Philippines Los Baños.
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