The Mass Media in Liberal Democratic Societies

By Stanley Rothman | Go to book overview

Published in the United States by Professors World Peace Academy 4 West 43 Street New York, New York 10036

Distributed by Paragon House Publishers 90 Fifth Avenue New York, New York 10011

Copyright © 1992 by Professors World Peace Academy

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The Professors World Peace Academy (PWPA) is an international association of professors, scholars and academics from diverse backgrounds, devoted to issues concerning world peace. PWPA sustains a program of conferences and publications on topics in peace studies, area and cultural studies, national and international development, education, economics and international relations.

Library of Congress Catalog-in-Publication Data

The mass media in liberal democratic societies / edited by Stanley Rothman.

336 p. cm

"A PWPA Book."

Includes bibliographical references and index.

ISBN 0-943852-92-7. -- ISBN 0-943852-93-5 (pbk.)

1. Mass media -- Social aspects -- United States. 2. Mass media -- Social aspects. 3. Mass media -- Political aspects -- United States. 4 Mass media -- Political aspects. 5. Public opinion -- United States. 6. Public opinion. I. Rothman, Stanley.

HN90.M3M39 1991

302.23 -- dc20 91-4048

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