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Mass news: practices, controversies, and alternatives. [Edited by] David J. LeRoy [and] Christopher H. Sterling.

; Sterling, Christopher H., 1943- compiler
Englewood Cliffs, N.J., Prentice-Hall [1973] .
ISBN 9780135598986, 013559880X, 0135598982, 9780135598801

Location Call Number Status Consortium Loan
George Washington
WRLC Shared Collections Facility
PN4733 .L46 Off-site
LIB stacks
PN4733 .L46 Available Request
Other Authors Sterling, Christopher H., 1943-
Subjects Journalism.
Series Prentice-Hall series in speech communication.
Description xv, 334 pages 24 cm.
Copyright Date [1973]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 313-318).
Also issued online.
Contents Part 1: Context of mass news -- Part 2: Practice of mass news. Some peculiarities of American news / Ben H. Bagdikian -- Mass news: business and bureaucracy / David J. LeRoy -- The television news day / Irving Fang -- The reporter in the newspaper organization / Julian Harriss and Stanley Johnson -- Press associations / Edwin Emery, Phillip H. Ault, and Warren Agee -- Some basic limitations in mass news / Christopher H. Sterling -- Part 3: Controversies in mass news. The red lion decision / Burton Paulu -- Some legal pitfalls / Verne E. Edwards, Jr. -- Censorship: the Pentagon papers and a free press / Eric J. Light -- Violence and the news / Frank Stanton -- Do the networks know what they are doing? / Edith Efron -- Rough justice on a Saigon street / George A. Bailey and Lawrence W. Lichty -- Violence, mass news, and social values / David J. LeRoy -- The student movement in the U.S. and its relation to the media / Neil Hickey -- The black reporter and his problems / M.L. Stein -- Journalism: liberal or conservative? / David J. LeRoy -- Subpoenas: should reporters be forced to tell what they know? / Marcus Cohn -- CBS reports: the selling of the Pentagon / F. Leslie Smith -- Studying the mass media / John Tebbel -- Part 4: Alternatives in mass news. Should government impose the first amendment on media? / Alan Reitman and Trudy Hayden -- Reporter power takes root / Edwin Diamond -- Journalism as a profession / David J. LeRoy -- Press councils: a brief review / Nancy Butler -- Emergence of the fifth estate: the underground press / William Fudge and John W. English -- Effective public action: television and radio / Marsha O'Bannon Prowett -- News and opinion on the cable / Sloan Commission on Cable Communications -- Part 5: Selected titles for further reading.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)357133
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WorldCat Identities LeRoy, David J., 1935-
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