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Social and cultural aspects of VCR use

Author: Julia R Dobrow
Publisher: Hillsdale, N.J. : L. Erlbaum Associates, 1990.
Series: Communication (Hillsdale, N.J.)
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First Published in 1990. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Julia R Dobrow
ISBN: 0805804994 9780805804997
OCLC Number: 20563247
Description: xi, 219 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: The relationship of VCRs to other media industries: Competition, cooperation, and confusion --
VCRs and viewer control over programming: An historical perspective / Eugene Secunda --
The economics of the prerecorded videocassette industry / Megumi Komiya and Barry Litman --
Audience measurement in the VCR environment: An examination of ratings methodologies / Bruce C. Klopfenstein --
The relationship of VCRs to theoretical frameworks: Testing, extending, or maintaining existing media theoris --
Audience activity and VCR use / Carolyn A. Lin --
VCRs and people controlof their leisure time / Kimberly K. Massey and Stanley J. Baran --
VCRs and the effects of television: New diversity or more of the same? / Michael morgan, James Shanaham, and Cheryl Harris --
Context, social class, and VCRs: A world comparison / Joseph D. Staubhaar --
The relationship of VCRs to individual expression, collective identity, and social patterns --
VCR libraries: opportunities for parental control / Katherine E. Heintz --
A family systems approach to the use of the VCR in the home / Amy B. Jordan --
The rerun ritual: Using VCRs to re-view / Julia R. Dobrow --
Captured on videotape: CAmcorderes and the personalization of television / Lawrence J. Vale.
Series Title: Communication (Hillsdale, N.J.)
Other Titles: Social & cultural aspects of VCR use
Responsibility: edited by Julia R. Dobrow.
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