Table of contents for Mass media, culture, and society in twentieth-century Germany / edited by Karl Christian Fuhrer and Corey Ross.


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Mass Media, Culture and Society in Twentieth-Century Germany: An Introduction--K.C.Führer & C.Ross * PART 1: RECORDED MUSIC AND BROADCASTING * Entertainment, Technology, and Tradition: The Rise of Recorded Music from the Empire to the Third Reich--C.Ross * 'Underground': Counter-Culture and the Record Industry in the 1960s--D.Siegfried * The Invention of a Listening Public: Radio and its Audiences--K.Lacey * Radio Programming, Ideology, and Cultural Change: Fascism, Communism and Liberal Democracy, 1920s-50s--K.Dussel * PART 2: FILM AND TELEVISION * Two-fold Admiration: American Movies as Popular Entertainment and Artistic Model in Nazi Germany, 1933 - 1939--K.C.Führer * Looking West: The Cold War and the Making of Two German Cinemas--T.Lindenberger * Television and Social Transformation in the Federal Republic of Germany-- K.Hickethier * Split Screens? Television in East Germany, 1952-89--H.Gumbert * Technical Innovation, Social Participation, Societal Self-Reflection: Televised Sports in (West) German Society--J.Keilbach & M.Stauff * PART 3: THE PRINT MEDIA * Industries of Sensationalism: German Tabloids in Weimar Berlin--B.Fulda * Reading, Advertising, and Consumer Culture in the Weimar Period--G.Reuveni * Living Pictures: Photojournalism in Germany, 1900-1930s--H.Knoch * 'Trash and Smut': Germany's Culture Wars against Pulp Fiction--P.Major
Mass Media, Culture and Society in Twentieth-Century Germany: An Introduction--K.C.Führer & C.Ross * PART 1: RECORDED MUSIC AND BROADCASTING * Entertainment, Technology, and Tradition: The Rise of Recorded Music from the Empire to the Third Reich--C.Ross * 'Underground': Counter-Culture and the Record Industry in the 1960s--D.Siegfried * The Invention of a Listening Public: Radio and its Audiences--K.Lacey * Radio Programming, Ideology, and Cultural Change: Fascism, Communism and Liberal Democracy, 1920s-50s--K.Dussel * PART 2: FILM AND TELEVISION * Two-fold Admiration: American Movies as Popular Entertainment and Artistic Model in Nazi Germany, 1933 - 1939--K.C.Führer * Looking West: The Cold War and the Making of Two German Cinemas--T.Lindenberger * Television and Social Transformation in the Federal Republic of Germany-- K.Hickethier * Split Screens? Television in East Germany, 1952-89--H.Gumbert * Technical Innovation, Social Participation, Societal Self-Reflection: Televised Sports in (West) German Society--J.Keilbach & M.Stauff * PART 3: THE PRINT MEDIA * Industries of Sensationalism: German Tabloids in Weimar Berlin--B.Fulda * Reading, Advertising, and Consumer Culture in the Weimar Period--G.Reuveni * Living Pictures: Photojournalism in Germany, 1900-1930s--H.Knoch * 'Trash and Smut': Germany's Culture Wars against Pulp Fiction--P.Major



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Mass media and culture -- Germany -- History -- 20th century.
Mass media -- Social aspects -- Germany -- History -- 20th century.