The Routledge Communication Series covers the breadth of the communication discipline, from interpersonal communication to public relations, offering textbooks, handbooks, and scholarly reference materials.
Darwinism in the Press: the Evolution of An Idea
Writing Literary Features
The Press and Abortion: 1838-1988
November 01, 1989
Numerous books and articles have outlined Darwin's impact on American scientists, philosophers, businessmen, and clergy in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Few, however, have undertaken a study of Darwinism in the form in which it was presented to most Americans -- popular newspapers and...
Eileen Berlin Ray, Lewis Donohew
November 01, 1989
This volume examines this rapidly growing and changing field by applying a unified framework that integrates both interpersonal and mass communication investigations into theoretical and applied issues. Using a systems perspective as the organizational framework, relevant issues in the...
August 01, 1989
First published in 1989. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company....
Aaron Foisi Nmungwun
July 01, 1989
Video recording has recently become an important phenomenon. Although the majority of American homes have at least one video recording set, not much is known about video recording's past and about its continual effect on affiliated industries. This text documents the history of magnetic recording,...
Dolf Zillmann, Jennings Bryant
June 01, 1989
"...provides good coverage of the empirical literature."—Journal of Communication "...well written and presents a wide diversity of approaches to pornography."—CHOICE...
Hugh Malcolm Beville
June 01, 1988
First published in 1988. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company....