Television and Nuclear Power: Making the Public Mind

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Ablex Pub., 1992 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 296 pages
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This book is about how television may have helped its audience to know about nuclear fission. The contributors examine how television has tried to bring its viewers to consider something of the realities of nuclear war; and how television news and current affairs or in-depth analysis programs have tried to get across a grasp of some of the consequences of nuclear power. The studies contained in this volume will contribute to the body of knowledge about television and nuclear power and present a wide survey and bring the reader to the position where it is clear to see what the tasks of information systems such as television should be.

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Contents

Childrens Emotional Reactions to Technological Disasters
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The Day After in Japan
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Interface
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