Table of contents for The history of media and communication research : contested memories / edited by David W. Park, Jeff Pooley.

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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.