The Information System and Communication Patterns of North Korea

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        The North Korea’s information systems and communication was in lower degree. While comparing with others country, the development of internet in North Korea was ranked in 227th and the using of mobile telephony was ranked in 155th. However, the statistic of domestic mobile user was dramatically increase to 102.5 percent, equal to 2.4 million users at this time.
        According to the case of North Korea, domestic communication still remains completely controlled by the government, and there is no autonomy for information and mass media in the country. Moreover, it can be seen that the international communication of North Korea has not met the Peaceful Relations level of communication.

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บทความวิชาการ (Academic Articles)
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PANURIT SARASOMBAT

Doctor of Philosophy (Communication Arts and Innovation) Graduate School of Communication Arts and Management Innovation, National Institute of Development Administration

Master of Business Administration (Marketing) Faculty of Business Administration and Accountancy (Management Science), Khon Kaen University.

Bachelor of Arts (Business English) Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Khon Kaen University.