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Contents ÿ ÿ Series Editor?s Introduction page Foreword ÿ ix ÿ Acknowledgments ÿ xi ÿ ÿ Introduction ÿ 1 ÿ PART I ÿCommunication as Culture ÿ 1 ÿ A Cultural Approach to Communication ÿ 13 2 ÿ Mass Communication and Cultural Studies ÿ 37 3 ÿ Reconceiving ?Mass? and ?Media? ÿ 69 4 ÿ Overcoming Resistance to Cultural Studies ÿ 89 ÿ PART II ÿTechnology and Culture ÿ 5 ÿ The Mythos of the Electronic Revolution with John J.Quirk ÿ 113 6 ÿ Space, Time, and Communications: A Tribute to Harold Innis ÿ 142 7 ÿ The History of the Future with John J.Quirk ÿ 173 8 ÿ Technology and Ideology: The Case of the Telegraph ÿ 201 ÿ ÿ Works Cited ÿ 231 ÿ Index ÿ 239 ÿ About the Author ÿ 242
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Mass media and culture.
Communication -- Technological innovations.