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How TV Portrays American Culture

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The Lichter's and Rothman have laid bare TV's social agenda. This book is insightful, fair-minded, and always interesting.--Fred Barnes, The New Republic

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David Murray is director of the Statistical Assessment Service in Washington, D.C., and an adjunct professor at Georgetown University. Joel Schwartz is senior adjunct fellow at the Hudson Institute. S. Robert Lichter is president of the Center for Media and Public Affairs in Washington, D.C. STANLEY ROTHMAN is Mary Huggins Gamble Professor Emeritus of Government and Director of the Center for the Study of Social and Political Change, Smith College. He has authored, coauthored, or edited more than 15 books and 150 articles and reviews. His books range in topics from Environmental Cancer: A Political Disease? to Prime Time: How TV Portrays American Culture.
Published January 25, 1993 by Regnery Publishing, Inc.. 478 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Education & Reference, Humor & Entertainment, Arts & Photography. Non-fiction

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The authors of this in-depth study analyze ``the royal road to America's fantasy life''-television, which viewers watch for some four hours daily. Concentrating on prime-time series, their characteriz

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