Lazarsfeld, Paul F.
Title Radio and the Printed Page An Introduction to the Study of Radio and its Role in the Communication of Ideas
Book Condition Good+ in Good dust jacket
Edition Second Printing
Publisher Duell, Sloan & Pearce 1940
Seller ID 292
This book is in good plus shape with slight shelf wear, an owner stamp on the front endpapers, and minor interior page tanning. The DJ, now protected in a poly cover, is in good shape with minor edge wear, edge tears, and chipping. ; This is a look at radios impact on culture and population habits. Who listens to radio? How will and does it impact print? How does it affect how people get news? How does it change how products are advertised and sold? This is a fascinating pre-television look at new media -- radio! Sound familiar? This book looks at issues that are still relevant -- namely, what do we make of the technological changes that impact how we communicate, buy, and inform ourselves. Please contact us for photos. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 354 pages