Essentials of Mass Communication Theory

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Essentials of Mass Communication Theory
Author : Arthur Asa Berger
File Size : 46,9 Mb
Publisher : SAGE
Language : English
Release Date : 05 July 1995
ISBN : 0803973578
Pages : 226 pages
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'Solid and elegantly written introduction to its subject, up to speed with the current movements in the field, this is an excellent textbook for first-year students. The layout is well-conceived, and interspersed with Berger's own whimsical cartoons' - Sight and Sound

Essentials of Mass Communication Theory

'Solid and elegantly written introduction to its subject, up to speed with the current movements in the field, this is an excellent textbook for first-year students. The layout is well-conceived, and interspersed with Berger's own whimsical cartoons' - Sight and Sound

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