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ISBN: 0226769674
Make room for TV : television and the family ideal in postwar America, Author: Lynn Spigel, Publisher: Univ. of Chicago Press [Repr.] 1992
Required
ISBN: 9781595584984
The citizen machine : governing by television in 1950s America, Author: Anna McCarthy., Publisher: New Press 2010
Required
ISBN: 0813536375
Demon in the box Jews, Arabs, politics, and culture in the making of Israeli television, Author: Tasha G. Oren., Publisher: Rutgers University Press 2004
Required
ISBN: 1558497285
Upstaging the Cold War : American dissent and cultural diplomacy, 1940-1960, Author: Andrew J. Falk., Publisher: University of Massachusetts Press 2010
Required
ISBN: 0822333414
Watching Jim Crow : the struggles over Mississippi TV, 1955-1969, Author: Steven D. Classen., Publisher: N.C. 2004
Required
ISBN: 0231119437
Viewers like you? : How public TV failed the people, Author: Laurie Ouellette., Publisher: Columbia University Press 2002
Required
ISBN: 0816629315
Shot in America : television, the state, and the rise of Chicano cinema, Author: Chon A. Noriega., Publisher: Minn. 2000
Required
ISBN: 9780816639199
Circuits of culture : media, politics, and indigenous identity in the Andes, Author: Jeff D. Himpele., Publisher: University of Minnesota Press 2008
Required
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