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Responsibility in mass communication.

Author: Wilbur Schramm
Publisher: New York, Harper [1957]
Series: Ethics and economics of society.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : [1st ed.]View all editions and formats
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"As background he traces the historical development of the technics of communication from the invention of printing through the power press, telegraph, movies, radio, and television. He then discusses four major concepts of communication -- authoritarian, totalitarian, libertarian, and social responsibility."
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Schramm, Wilbur, 1907-1987.
Responsibility in mass communication.
New York, Harper [1957]
(OCoLC)567957913
Online version:
Schramm, Wilbur, 1907-1987.
Responsibility in mass communication.
New York, Harper [1957]
(OCoLC)606064475
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Wilbur Schramm
OCLC Number: 308027
Description: xxiii, 391 pages 22 cm.
Contents: The thesis --
I. The growth of mass communication : Its development --
Its structure --
Its social effects --
II. The philosophy of mass communication : The four concepts of mass communication --
III. Ethics in mass communication : Freedom --
The right to know --
Truth and fairness --
Popular art --
IV. Responsibility in mass communication : The government --
The media --
The public.
Series Title: Ethics and economics of society.
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"As background he traces the historical development of the technics of communication from the invention of printing through the power press, telegraph, movies, radio, and television. He then discusses four major concepts of communication -- authoritarian, totalitarian, libertarian, and social responsibility."

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