Table of contents for Communication as culture : essays on media and society / James W. Carey ; foreword by G. Stuart Adams.

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Series Editor?s Introduction page 
Foreword
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ix
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Acknowledgments 
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xi
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Introduction 
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1
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PART I ÿCommunication as Culture
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1 
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A Cultural Approach to Communication 
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13
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Mass Communication and Cultural Studies 
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37
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Reconceiving ?Mass? and ?Media? 
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69
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Overcoming Resistance to Cultural Studies 
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89
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PART II ÿTechnology and Culture
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5 
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The Mythos of the Electronic Revolution with John J.Quirk 
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113
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Space, Time, and Communications: A Tribute to Harold Innis 
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142
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The History of the Future with John J.Quirk 
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173
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Technology and Ideology: The Case of the Telegraph 
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201
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Works Cited 
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231
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Index 
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239
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About the Author 
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242

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Mass media and culture.
Communication -- Technological innovations.