Profile

Prof. Hopeton Dunn

Professor of Communications Policy and Digital Media,
University of the West Indies

Director, Telecommunications Policy and Management
Programme,

Mona School of Business, UWI

Secretary General
IAMCR

Chairman
Broadcasting Commission,
Jamaica


Contact

Email
info@hopetondunn.com

Telephone
(876)-977-6035

Fax
(876)-977-3151

Publications

Books

  1. Dunn, Hopeton (Ed) (2012) – Ringtones of Opportunity: Policy, Technology and Access in Caribbean Communications – Ian Randle Publishers, Kingston.
  2. Dunn, Hopeton (2007) – (Ed) Emancipation: The Lessons and The Legacy – Emancipation Lecture Series 1994-2006 – Arawak Publications, Kingston, Jamaica. (236 pgs).
  3. Tomaselli, Keyan and Dunn, Hopeton (Eds) (2002) - Media, Democracy and Renewal in Southern Africa: New Approaches to Political Economy (eds.) International Academic Publishers (IAP), Denver, Colorado, USA (311 Pgs.) May 2002.
  4. Dunn, Hopeton and Dunn Leith (2002) – People and Tourism: Issues and Attitudes in the Jamaican Hospitality Industry – Arawak Publications, (157 Pgs.).
  5. Dunn, Hopeton (2000) Telecommunications and Information Technology: Impacts on Employment and Trade Union in the Caribbean – FES, Kingston (70 pgs)
  6. Dunn, Hopeton (Ed) (1995) Globalization, Communications and Caribbean Identity, – St. Martins Press, New York and Ian Randle Publishers, Kingston, (228 Pgs.).

Books

Chapters in Books

  1. Dunn, Hopeton (2011). ICT Policy-Making and International Trade Agreements in the Caribbean in Handbook of Global Media and Communication Policy.  Mansell, Robin & Raboy, Marc (Eds). Blackwell-Wiley Publishers, New York.
  2. Dunn, Hopeton (2010). Jamaica Country Report. Global Information Society Watch (GISW), APC. pp.148–151.
  3. Dunn, Hopeton (2010). GISW Thematic Report: The Carbon Footprint of ICTs. Global Information Society Watch (GISW), APC. pp.15-16.
  4. Dunn, Hopeton & Johnson-Brown, Sheena (2010). Reggae and Resistancein Encylopedia of Social Movement Media. Downing, John (Ed). SAGE Publications pp.438-441.
  5. Dunn, Hopeton (2009) – Access to Online Information and Knowledge: Advancing Human Rights and Democracy in Jamaica in Global Information Society Watch (GISW), APC. pp 135 – 138.
  6. Dunn, Hopeton (2009) Information Literacy and the Digital Divide: Challenging – e-Exclusion in the Global South in Handbook of Research on Overcoming Digital Divides: Constructing an Equitable and Competitive Information Society – Volume 1; Information Science Reference, IGI Global ePractice, New York and Brussels Pages 326 – 344.
  7. Dunn, Hopeton (2008) – Access to Infrastructure: Increasing Broadband Network Access in Jamaica – in Global Information Society Watch 2008 – GISW APC 2008 pp 131 – 134.
  1. Dunn, Hopeton  (2005) –  Globalization From Below: Caribbean Cultures, Global Technologies and the WTOin Ho, Christine and Nurse, Keith – Globalization, Diaspora and Caribbean Popular Culture – Ian Randle Publishers, Kingston pp 341-360.
  2. Dunn, Hopeton (2004) – The Politics of the Media in the English-speaking Caribbean – in Thomas, Pradip and Nain, Zaharom – Who Owns the Media? Global Trends and Local Resistances, WACC and Southbound pp 69 – 96.
  3. Dunn, Hopeton (2002) – Facing the Digital Millennium: A Comparative Analysis of Communication, Culture and Globalization in Southern Africa and      the Anglophone Caribbean – in Tomaselli K.G. and Dunn, H.S. – Media, Democracy and Renewal in Southern Africa: New Approaches to Political Economy – International Academic Publishers, Colorado, USA; pp 55-81.
  4. Dunn, Hopeton and Gooden, Winston (1997) – Telecommunications Policy Making in Jamaica: From State Monopoly to Private Monopoly – in Telecommunications in Latin America edited by Eli Noam, Columbia Institute for Tele-information (CITI) Columbia Business School, New York and Oxford University Press, 1997, pp 73-81.
  5. Dunn, Hopeton (1995) –   Policy Issues in Communication Technology Use: Challenges and Options in Dunn, H.S. – Globalization, Communication and Caribbean Identity – St. Martins Press, New York and Ian Randle Publishers, Kingston pp. 18-39.
  6. Dunn, Hopeton (1995) –   A One-Way Street Just Off the Global Digital Superhighway: Debating Monopoly Control and Policy-making in Caribbean Telecommunications, in Dunn, H.S. – Globalization, Communication and Caribbean Identity, St. Martins Press, New York and Ian Randle Publishers, Kingston. Pp. 135-162.
  7. Dunn, Hopeton and Noguera, Felipe (1995) – Cuban Telecommunications Systems: Confronted by Global Political and Technological Change, in Dunn, H.S. – Globalization, Communication and Caribbean Identity, St. Martins Press, New York and Ian Randle Publishers, Kingston Pp. 185-196.

Selected Journal Articles

  1. Dunn, Hopeton and Lewis, Rupert (2011) Introduction: Caribbean Leadership and Global Impact, in Critical Arts: South North Cultural and Media Studies, Volume 25 Number 4, December 2011, Routledge-Taylor Francis Group, South Africa. (Pages 467 – 472)
  2. Dunn, Hopeton (2011) Peter Abrahams: Custodian and Conscience of the Pan African Movement in Critical Arts: South North Cultural and Media Studies, Volume 25 Number 4, December 2011, Routledge-Taylor Francis Group, South Africa. (Pages 500 – 513)
  3. Dunn, Hopeton and Boafo, Kwame (2010). Digital Domains and New Development Strategies: Revisiting ICT Policy-making in the Global South. African Communication Research, University of Tanzania – pp 37-60.
  4. Dunn, Hopeton (2010). Global Reach-National Priorities – Dynamic ICT Policy-making for Development. African Communication Research, University of Tanzania.
  5. Dunn, Hopeton (2009) – Teleworking the Mobile Caribbean: Enabling Remote Work Among the Marginalized in Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago in Journal of Information Technologies and International Development (ITID) Volume 5 Number 2, Summer 2009, MIT Press Journals – pp 52-66.
  6. Dunn, Hopeton (2009) – From Voice Ubiquity to Mobile Broadband – Challenges of Technology Transition among Low-Income Jamaicans – in Info: The Journal of Policy, Regulation and Strategy for Telecommunications, Information and Media - Emerald Journals, Special Edition by Amy Mahan and William Melody; Vol 11 No 2, Emerald Group Publishing, Northampton – pp. 96-111.
  7. Dunn, Hopeton (2004) Caribbean Communication: Struggle, Innovation and Cultural Resistance – in InterMedia Journal of the International Institute of Communication (IIC) London Vol. 32 No. 3, pp. 6 – 11.
  8. Dunn, Hopeton and Dunn, Leith (2002) – Tourism and Popular Perception: Mapping the Contours of Jamaican Attitudes in Social and Economic Studies Journal (SES) – Vol., 51 #1, SALISES, UWI, pp. 25-45.
  9. Tomaselli, Keyan and Dunn, Hopeton (2001) Reform and Outreach: Analyzing Southern African Media in Media Development, 2001 Vol. 2 #1.
  10. Dunn, Hopeton (1994) – Caribbean Telecommunications Policy: Fashioned by Debt, Dependency and Underdevelopment in Caribbean Quarterly, UWI, Vol. 40, No. 2, June 1994 pp 33-56.
  11. Dunn, Hopeton (1996) – Empowering the Voiceless in an Era of Globalization in Media Development, Vol. XLI, No. 3, 1994, pp 28-30.
  12. Dunn, Hopeton (1995) –   Telecommunications Policy in the Caribbean, in Media, Culture and Society Vol. 17 (1995) pp 201-222.
  13. Dunn, Hopeton (1994) – Trans-national Corporations, the IMF and Policy-making in the Caribbean: Implications of a Cable and Wireless Controversy in Jamaica, in Pacific Telecommunications Review, Vol. 15 No 4, 1994 pp 26-29.
  14.  Dunn, Hopeton (1994) – Caribbean Telecoms – A Call for Competition: A Call for Regulation in InterMedia, Vol. 22 No 2, April-May 1994 pp 23-26.
  15.  Dunn, Hopeton (1991) – Monopoly or Competition in Communications: The Case of the           Anglophone Caribbean in InterMedia Vol. 19 No.1, London, pp 29-32.
  16.  Dunn, Hopeton (1990) – Telecommunications Development in the Caribbean in Media Development, Vol. 37 Feb. 1990, London pp 28-30.
  17. Dunn, Hopeton (1989) – Culture, Communication and New Technology in the Caribbean in Media Development, Vol. 36, London pp 25-27.
  18. Dunn, Hopeton (1988) – Broadcasting Flows in the Caribbean in InterMedia, IIC, Vol. 16, No. 3, London pp 39-41