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The British Press and Broadcasting Since 1945

by Colin Seymour-Ure

Part of the Making Contemporary Britain Series

The British Press and Broadcasting Since 1945 Synopsis

This second edition of Colin Seymour-Ure's history of the press and broadcasting in post-war Britian offers a concise and fully up-to-date overview of the development of the media and its central role in British society.

The British Press and Broadcasting Since 1945 Press Reviews

... this is a quite remarkably useful book. Something of a tour de force. Polticial Studies The whole book is written with authority and detachment ...a model of comprehensiveness, conciseness and clarity. Parliamentary Affairs ... a welcome additional resource for students from a range of subject areas. Sociology

Book Information

ISBN: 9780631198833
Publication date: 4th April 1996
Author: Colin Seymour-Ure
Publisher: Blackwell Publishers an imprint of John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Format: Paperback / softback
Pagination: 304 pages
Categories: Media studies, Press & journalism, Radio & television industry,

About Colin Seymour-Ure

Colin Seymour-Ure is Professor of Government and Former Dean of Social Sciences at the University of Kent at Canterbury. His other books include The Press, Politics and the Public (1968); The Political Impact of Mass Media (1974); The American President: Power and Communication (1982) and a biography of the cartoonist David Low (1985).

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