Turning the Century: Essays in Media and Cultural Studies

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Abbott, Lyman, 96(n14)
Abraham, Otto, 24
Abundance imagery, 106, 108-109
Accounting, and municipal reform organizations, 38
Ade, George, 64
Advertising
and sound reproduction technology, 17-18
See also Brand advertising; Cigarette advertising; Cosmetics advertising; Magazine advertising
Advertising Age, 100
AEA. See American Economics Association
African Americans
and eugenics, 168
and modernity, 11
and racial difference, 9-11, 14
and racism, 15-16
racist caricature of, 16(figure)
Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas, 90
Allen, William H., 38
Allen & Ginter, 108(figure), 118(n27), 119(n52)
American Association for the Promotion of Social Science, 35
American Economics Association (AEA), 35
American Enterprise Institute, 46
American Eugenics Society, 170
American Farmer, 211 (n5)
American Federation of Labor, 231
American Museum of Natural History, 29(n45)
American Political Science Association (APSA), 35, 48(n10)
American Railway Union (ARU), 217, 219, 220, 223, 227, 228-230
American Social Science Association (ASSA), 34, 35, 235
American Tobacco Company, 112, 117(n8)
brand advertisement, 113(figure)
Ames, Fisher, 57
Amusements, mass. See Mass amusements
Anthony, Susan B., 202
Antijeremiad, 62-63
Antitrust legislation
and think tanks, 44, 51 (n56)
See also Sherman Antitrust Act
Appropriations Committee, 50-51 (n46)
APSA. See American Political Science Association
Archives, sound recording, 23-27, 29(n45)
Archives of Traditional Music ( Indiana University), 25
ARU. See American Railway Union
ASSA. See American Social Science Association
Association for Improving the Condition of the Poor, 38
Athletes
and sports culture, 125, 126-127, 137(n21)
See also Masculinity; Men
Athletics, and health reform movement, 125, 136(n10)
Atlanta Constitution,105
Atlantic Monthly,176, 184(n55), 207
AT&T, 11, 18
Attitudes of Animals in Motion, The,127
Attractions, cinema, 131, 139(n54)
Austrian Academy of Sciences, 24
Authority, crisis of
and newspaper, influence of, 218, 219-221, 222, 224-226, 229-230
See also Hegemony
Baird, Leah, 77
Baker, Ray Stannard, 58, 66
Bates, John C., 15
Beauty, standard of, 153-155, 159
Beauty culture
and feminism, 145, 147, 161 (n49), 162-163(n84)

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