Power without responsibility: press, broadcasting and the internet in Britain (7th edition)

Curran, J. and Seaton, J. 2010. Power without responsibility: press, broadcasting and the internet in Britain (7th edition). Abingdon Routledge.

TitlePower without responsibility: press, broadcasting and the internet in Britain (7th edition)
AuthorsCurran, J. and Seaton, J.
Year2010
PublisherRoutledge
Publication dates
Published2010
Place of publicationAbingdon
Edition7th
ISBN9780415466998

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