Television and Film by Frank W. Hoffmann
An Annotated Bibliography of Research Materials

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Despite the spotty record on the part of educators in utilizing popular culture resources, there exist a significant number of titles--including traditional reference categories such as biographical sources, encyclopedias, handbooks, etc.--possessing inherent research value. Even those tools geared primarily to casual reading by a lay audience which were once available primarily through mail order firms and retail stores, are now found in libraries to an increasingly greater degree. The resources comprising TELEVISION AND FILM: AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY OF RESEARCH MATERIALS have been culled from essentially the same sources a searcher might employ in accessing a wide range of present-day topics, most notably catalogs and union lists of library holdings (many of which are now available online). .
 

About Frank W. Hoffmann

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Frank W. Hoffmann served as a Professor of Library & Information Science from 1979 to 2014. He has authored approximately 100 trade books in the print and e-formats. He earned Choice Magazine's Best Academic Books award for THE LITERATURE OF ROCK and INTELLECTUAL FREEDOM AND CENSORSHIP.
 
Published May 12, 2013 152 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Arts & Photography, Humor & Entertainment.