Table of contents for A history of communication study : a biographical approach / Everett M. Rogers.


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CONTENTS

List of Illustrations
List of Tables

PREFACE

Chapter 1: Wilbur Schramm and the Founding of Communication Study

PART I: EUROPEAN BEGINNINGS OF COMMUNICATION STUDY

Chapter 2: Charles Darwin and Evolutionary Theory
Chapter 3: Sigmund Freud and Psychoanalytic Theory
Chapter 4: Karl Marx and the Critical School

PART II: THE GROWTH OF COMMUNICATION STUDY IN AMERICA

Chapter 5: The Chicago School
Chapter 6: Harold Lasswell and Propaganda Analysis
Chapter 7: Paul E Lazarsfeld and Mass Communication Effects
Chapter 8: Kurt Lewin and Group Dynamics
Chapter 9: Carl Hovland and Persuasion Research
Chapter 10: Norbert Wiener and Cybernetics
Chapter 11: Claude E. Shannon's Information Theory

PART III: ESTABLISHMENT OF THE COMMUNICATION FIELD

Chapter 12: Wilbur Schramm and the Establishment of Communication Study

Principal Figures in the History of Communication Study
References
Index


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Communication -- History -- 19th century.
Communication -- History -- 20th century.