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THE HISTORY OF MASS COMMUNICATION RESEARCH: CONTESTED MEMORIES TABLE OF CONTENTS PREFACE Hanno Hardt INTRODUCTION Jeff Pooley and David W. Park I. STATE OF THE HISTORIOGRAPHY Remembering the Straw Man: The Travels and Adventures of Hypodermic Deborah Lubken The New History of Mass Communication Research Jeff Pooley Media Research 1900-1945: Topics and Conversations James Anderson and Janet W. Colvin Feminist Historiography and the Field: Writing New Histories Lana Rakow II. INSTITUTIONAL HISTORIES Institutional Opportunities for Intellectual History in Communication Studies John Durham Peters ?Communication?: from Concept to Field to Discipline J. Michael Sproule Opportunity Structures and the Creation of Knowledge: Paul Lazarsfeld and the Politics of Research David Morrison From Park to Cressey: Chicago Sociology's Engagement with Media and Mass Culture William J. Buxton How does a discipline become institutionalized? Veikko Pietila Institutional Networking: The Story of the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) Kaarle Nordenstreng III. PEOPLE AND PLACES IN THE HISTORY OF THE FIELD Walter Lippmann, Straw Man of Communication Research Sue Curry Jansen The Two-Step Flow vs. The Lonely Crowd: Conformity and the Media in the 1950s David W. Park Making Sense of Social Change: Studying Media and Culture in 1960s Britain Wendy Worrall Redal Writing Figures into the Field: William McPhee And the Parts Played by People in Our Histories of Media Research Peter Simonson
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Mass media -- Research -- History.
Communication -- Research -- History.