Mass communications: a book of readings
University of Illinois Press, 1960 - Social Science - 695 pages
The development of mass communications; The structure and function of mass communications; Control and support of mass communications; The communication process; The content of mass communications; The audiences of mass communication; Effects of mass communications; Responsibility for mass communications.
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