Behavioral sciences and the mass media. Contributors: Ben H. Bagdikian [and others] Editor: Frederick T.C. Yu.

; Bagdikian, Ben H ; Yu, Frederick T. C., 1921- editor ; Russell Sage Foundation ; Columbia University. Graduate School of Journalism
New York, Russell Sage Foundation, 1968.

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Other Authors Bagdikian, Ben H.
Yu, Frederick T. C., 1921-
Columbia University. Graduate School of Journalism.
Russell Sage Foundation.
Subjects Behavioral Sciences -- Congresses.
Communication -- Congresses.
Communication en sciences sociales.
Communication in the social sciences.
Comunicación de masas -- Aspectos sociales.
Comunicación en las ciencias sociales.
Mass media -- Social aspects.
Médias -- Aspect social.
Psychology, Social -- Congresses.
Sciences sociales.
Social sciences.
Series Publications of Russell Sage Foundation.
Description xvi, 270 pages 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1968.
Notes A report of an Arden House conference held April 1-3, 1966; jointly sponsored by Russell Sage Foundation and the Graduate School of Journalism, Columbia University.
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Session One. Public and Mass Media Uses of the Behavioral Sciences: 1. The potential public uses of the behavior sciences / Marvin Bressler -- 2. Newspaper journalism and the behavioral sciences / Richard C. Wald -- 3. A review of session one / Ben H. Bagdikian, John W. Wiley -- Session Two. Social Issues and the Mass Media: 4. Implications for the mass media of research on intergroup relations and race / Robin M. Williams, Jr. -- 5. Social class and serious mental disorder / Melvin L. Kohn -- 6. Poverty and public policy / Alfred J. Kahn -- 7. Automation-Impact of Computers / Eli Ginzberg -- 8. Crime and violence / Stanton Wheeler -- Session Three. Journalists and Behavioral Scientists: 9. Social Sciences in the mass media / Leo Bogart -- 10. Barriers to communication: the problem of jargon / Ernest Havemann -- 11. Barriers to communication: another journalist's view / Emmett Dedmon -- 12. Barriers to communication: as seen by a social psychologist / Ronald Lippitt -- 13. Barriers to communication: as seen by a sociologist / Edgar F. Borgatta -- 14. Perceptions of a mass audience / Jack Mack Carter -- 15. A review of session three / Joseph T. Klapper, Herbert H. Hyman -- Session Four. Prospects: Training of Journalists in the Behavioral Sciences: 16. The Russell Sage-Columbia Program in journalism and the behavioral sciences / W. Phillips Davison -- 17. Techniques for improving access to social science data and resources /Wayne A. Danielson -- 18. Should there be a behavioral science beat? / Earl Ubell -- 19. A review of session four / Robert L. Jones -- Session Five. Summary and Conclusions / Robert Lerner.
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