Mass communications and American empire

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A. M. Kelley, 1969 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 170 pages
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An excellent addition to the critical communications research literature, Schiller's book presents a comprehensive treatment that critically examines the structure and policy of mass communications in the United States in relation to their most important functions: the economic and political. Lightning Print On Demand Title

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Contents

The Rise of Commercial Broadcast Communications
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The Domestic Communications Complex
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The Domestic Communications Complex
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