Studies in Newspaper & Periodical History: 1995 Annual

Leather/Fine Binding | January 4, 1997

EditorMichael Harris, Tom O'Malley

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The 1995 Annual reflects a wide range of work on serial publication, addressed chronologically, geographically, and theoretically. It spans the period from 1700 through the 1970s and has a distinct international dimension showing how serial publication both followed the expansion of international trade and how it served as one of the sinews that bound together all of the different cultural elements comprising the expanding global economic network. This 1995 Annual volume, edited by Michael Harris and Tom O'Malley, represents the continuation of the Journal of Newspaper and Periodical History. As with previous volumes, this work continues to offer important studies about the history of newspapers and periodicals around the world.

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The 1995 Annual reflects a wide range of work on serial publication, addressed chronologically, geographically, and theoretically. It spans the period from 1700 through the 1970s and has a distinct international dimension showing how serial publication both followed the expansion of international trade and how it served as one of the s...

Format:Leather/Fine BindingDimensions:272 pagesPublished:January 4, 1997Publisher:Greenwood Publishing Group, Incorporated

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ISBN - 10:0313290520

ISBN - 13:9780313290527

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?[T]his thoughtful volume maintains a high standard of scholarship and will surely find a place on many communication historians' bookshelves. The somewhat eclectic bibliography of recently published work in the field should also prove useful, especially as it includes many European titles which can otherwise be difficult to locate in North American sources.?-Publishing Research Quarterly