The document lays down timelines and guidelines for facilitating interaction with the mass media with a view to ensuring transparency and proactive communication in all areas of ADFCA's engagements such as food safety, agriculture and livestock management.
What does MM stand for?
MM stands for Mass Media
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We have 165 other meanings of MM in our Acronym Attic
- Maritime Mobile
- Mark McGwire (baseball player)
- Market Maker (securities trading)
- Marketing Manager
- Married Men
- Marshall Mathers (aka Eminem)
- Martin Marietta (construction aggregates)
- Martyres (Latin: Martyrs, epigraphy)
- Martyrs (religious order)
- Maryknoll (religious order)
Samples in periodicals archive:
There are no differing interpretations regarding the return of the entire occupied Syrian Golan, the Israeli withdrawal up to the June 4th 1967 line, and the sanctity and centrality of the Palestinian cause for all Arabs," the Minister pointed out, noting that Syrian mass media achieved appreciation and respects and is credible and earnest,In an open debate at the Faculty of Information at Damascus University, Minister Bilal said that Syrian mass media portrays society in all its colors and its social, economic, scientific and political resources, and that it reflects the activity and development in Syria in addition to shedding light on negative points and areas of weakness.
9781604264609 Mass media and American politics, 8th ed.
Kyrgyz-Russian festival of mass media "Issyk-Kul" will be held on September 8-10 in Cholpon Ata city.
Meta-analyses have been conducted on the effectiveness of CME lectures and workshops, talks by local opinion leaders, practice guidelines, personal visits to healthcare providers (educational outreach visits), and mass media interventions.
The Church is not only called upon to use the mass media to spread the Gospel but, today more than ever, to integrate the message of salvation into the 'new culture' that these powerful means of communication create and amplify.
For mass media health campaigns to work they need to change perceptions before they can affect behaviour.
Sato's point in her long discussion of this significant twenties phenomenon is that the consumer culture, mass media (including radio and movies), and urban conditions were changing the direction of many young women's lives and that this development was frightening to both the State and the intellectuals who believed they should have control over women's lives.