Table of contents for Media and the making of modern Germany : mass communications, society, and politics from the Empire to the Third Reich / Corey Ross.


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Part 1. Introduction
Introduction
1. The Rise of the Mass Media: Modern Communications and Cultural Traditions in the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries
Part 2. Taming Mass Culture: Strategies of Control and Reform
2. Reasserting Control: The Regulation of Mass Culture
3. Attempting Reform: Legitimation, Education and Uplifting Tastes
Part 3. Mass Culture, Divided Audiences: Media, Entertainment and Social Change in the Weimar Republic
4. Technology and Purchasing Power: Media Availability and Audiences
5. Meeting Demand: Consumer Preferences and Social Difference
6. Media Publics between Fragmentation and Integration
Part 4. Mass Media and Mass Politics from the Empire to the Weimar Republic
7. Propaganda and the Modern Public
8. Republicans, Radicals and the Battle of Images
Mass Culture in the Third Reich: Propaganda, Entertainment and National Mobilization
9. Political Control and Commercial Concentration under the Nazis
10. Entertaining the National Community
11. The Media and the Second World War: From Integration to Disintegration
Conclusion



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