History, media, and communication

Scannell, P. 2002. History, media, and communication. in: Jensen, K.B. (ed.) A handbook of media and communications research: qualitative and quantitative methodologies London, UK Routledge.

Chapter titleHistory, media, and communication
AuthorsScannell, P.
EditorsJensen, K.B.
Book titleA handbook of media and communications research: qualitative and quantitative methodologies
Year2002
PublisherRoutledge
Publication dates
Published2002
Place of publicationLondon, UK
ISBN0415225140

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