History of Mass Communication Six Information Revolutions

ISBN-10: 0240802543
ISBN-13: 9780240802541
Edition: 1997
Authors: Irving E. Fang
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Description: This new text traces the common themes in the long and complex history of communication. The book provides students of communication, media, and journalism with a strong sense of how their chosen fields affect how society functions.

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Book details

List price: $76.95
Copyright year: 1997
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group
Publication date: 2/27/1997
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 320
Size: 7.25" wide x 10.25" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 1.298
Language: English

This new text traces the common themes in the long and complex history of communication. The book provides students of communication, media, and journalism with a strong sense of how their chosen fields affect how society functions.

Acknowledgments
What Are Information Revolutions?
Political Tools and Weapons
Writing: The Invention of Writing, Skin and Bones and Papyrus, The Alphabet, The Greeks, Carrying the Message
Printing: Turbulent Europe, Gift From China, Books and Universities, Mail in the Middle Ages, Here a New, There a New, Printing and Literacy, Did Gutenberg Know About China?
Mass Media: The Turmoil of a New Age, Printing For Everyone, Paper For Everyone, Information Pump, The Muckrakers, Women Can Type, 'If Anyone Desires' , Solving Postal Problems, Photography, Current News, Voices on a Wire, Signals in the Air, Movies Are Born
Entertainment: Public Recreation, Entertaining Newspapers, Magazines for the Fragmented Public, The Novel, Entertainment on a Plate, Portable Recording, Broadcasting, Improving Pictures, Movies Tell Stories
The Toolshed Home: The Communication Toolshed, Home Mail Delivery, New Uses for Phones, 'Free' Entertainment, Pictures in the Parlor, Tragedy in the Parlor, Wiring the Toolshed, Videotape, the New Book, Setting New Records, We Still Have Books
The Highway: Heavy Traffic, Computer at the Wheel, Magazines Target Their Readers, Multimedia CD-ROM, A Newer Book, Cable Narrowcasting, Footprints on the Globe, Electronic Commuting, The Internet, Mailbox in the Computer, Faxing, Going Up the Highway
Summing Up
Bibliography
Communication Timeline
Index

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