Television and history

Scannell, P. 2005. Television and history. in: Wasko, J. (ed.) A companion to television Malden, USA Blackwell.

Chapter titleTelevision and history
AuthorsScannell, P.
EditorsWasko, J.
Book titleA companion to television
Year2005
PublisherBlackwell
FileScannell_2005_-_3_final_author_version.pdf
Publication dates
Published2005
Place of publicationMalden, USA
SeriesBlackwell companions in cultural studies
ISBN140510094X
Journal citation(10), pp. 51-66

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