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Reference Resources for Communication Studies

Encyclopedia of Communication and Information
Reference 302.2 En19s

Overview essays and bibliographic references on careers in the communication and information fields, information science, information technologies, interpersonal communication, and media effects.

Encyclopedia of New Media: an Essential Reference to Communication and Technology
Reference 302.23 En19j

Explains key terms, concepts and trends relating to the internet and explores the evolution of digital communications and human-computer interaction.

History of the Mass Media in the United States: an Encyclopedia
Reference 302.23 H629b

Examines the ways in which the media both affects, and is affected by, U.S. society.

Propaganda and Mass Persuasion : a Historical Encyclopedia, 1500 to the Present
Reference 303.375 C897p

A survey of propaganda, with entries on people, various countries of the world, events, institutions, documents and artifacts, movements and techniques.

The Encyclopedia of Propaganda
Reference 303.375 En19c

Information on propaganda as it pertains to nations, persons, artistic and literary issues, health and medical issues, and historical events and eras.

Violence and the Media : a Reference Handbook
Reference 303.6 N482v

Provides a narrative about television violence, its history, and its controversies, and offers suggestions for how ordinary people can use television to their advantage.





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