Science On American Television

Published: 26 March 2013
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As television emerged as a major cultural and economic force, many imagined that the medium would enhance civic education for topics like science. This title examines the content of shows and explores audience and advertiser responses, the role of news in engaging the public in science, and the making of scientific celebrities.
Published: 26 March 2013

Country of Origin : United States
Illustrations : 23 Halftones, 1 Table
Number Of Pages : 296
Year of Publication : 2012

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Catalogue No: 0226921999