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Mass Communication Resources
Where to Look? Browse these Call Numbers
- HE 7601 to HE 8700.9 – Telecommunication industry.
- HE 8689 to HE 8700.9 – Radio and television broadcasting.
- HF 5801 to HF 6182 – Advertising.
- P 87 to P 96 – Communication. Mass media.
- PN 1990 to PN 1992.92 – Broadcasting.
- PN 1991 to PN 1991.9 – Radio broadcasts.
- PN 1992 to PN 1992.92 – Television broadcasts.
Selected Books in the Library
- Can’t Buy My Love: How Advertising Changes the Way We Think and Feel.
Call number: HF 5823 K363 2000
- Fighting for Air: the battle to Control America’s Media.
Call number: HE 8689.9 .K625 2008
- It’s Show Time! Media, Politics, and Popular Culture.
Call number: P 94.65 .U6 I88 2000
- Mass Media: Opposing Viewpoints.
Call number: P 92 .U5 M276 2005
- Opportunities in Broadcasting Careers, Revised Edition.
Call number: HE 8689.6 .E43 2005
- Webster’s New World Dictionary of Media and Communications, Revised Edition.
Call number: P 87.5 .W45 1996
Selected Journals, Magazines, & Newspapers
- U. S. News & World Report
- Always Already New: Media, History and the Data of Culture, 2006, by Lisa Gitelman.
- Dictionary of Media and Communications, 2009, by Marcel Danesi.
- Media Today: An Introduction to Mass Communication, 4th Edition, 2011, by Joseph Turow.
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