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Media, Education and America's Counter-Culture Revolution : Lost and Found Opportunities for Media Impact on Education, Gender, Race and the Arts.

Author/Creator:
Hilliard, Robert L.
Publication:
Westport : Greenwood Publishing Group, Incorporated, 2000.
Format/Description:
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1 online resource (205 pages)
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Subjects:
Mass media and culture -- United States -- History -- 20th century.
Mass media -- Social aspects -- United States -- History -- 20th century.
United States -- Social conditions -- 1960-1980.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Contents:
Intro
Contents
Preface
Acknowledgments
CHAPTER 1 Motive, Myth, and Media
CHAPTER 2 Tuning In and Turning On: The Trouble with Education Is Education
CHAPTER 3 School Work and Homework
CHAPTER 4 An Open University and School
CHAPTER 5 Television and Political Control: A Case for TV Literacy
CHAPTER 6 Communications and Minorities
CHAPTER 7 Education, Media, and the Inner- city Child
CHAPTER 8 Urban Communications: A Plan for Action
CHAPTER 9 Women and Communications
CHAPTER 10 The Arts: Stage, Gallery, and Museum (Out of the Tower through the Tube to the Multitude)
CHAPTER 11 A Public Television Alternative to Public Television
CHAPTER 12 An International University of Communications
CHAPTER 13 Involvement
Index.
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Print version: Hilliard, Robert L. Media, Education and America's Counter-Culture Revolution
ISBN:
9780313095931
9781567505122
OCLC:
929145053