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The Resource Behavioral sciences and the mass media, Contributors: Ben H. Bagdikian [and others] Editor: Frederick T. C. Yu

Behavioral sciences and the mass media, Contributors: Ben H. Bagdikian [and others] Editor: Frederick T. C. Yu

Label
Behavioral sciences and the mass media
Title
Behavioral sciences and the mass media
Statement of responsibility
Contributors: Ben H. Bagdikian [and others] Editor: Frederick T. C. Yu
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
301.16
Index
no index present
LC call number
H61
LC item number
.C57 1966c
Literary form
non fiction
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1966
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Conference on Behavioral Sciences and the Mass Media
Nature of contents
bibliography
NLM call number
HM 251
NLM item number
B421 1968
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1921-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Bagdikian, Ben H
  • Yu, Frederick T. C.
Series statement
Publications of Russell Sage Foundation
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Social sciences
  • Communication in the social sciences
  • Mass media
Label
Behavioral sciences and the mass media, Contributors: Ben H. Bagdikian [and others] Editor: Frederick T. C. Yu
Instantiates
Publication
Note
A report of an Arden House conference held April 1-3, 1966; jointly sponsored by Russell Sage Foundation and the Graduate School of Journalism, Columbia University
Bibliography note
Bibliographical footnotes
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Session One. Public and Mass Media Uses of the Behavioral Sciences: 1. The potential public uses of the behavior sciences / Marvin Bressler -- 2. Newspaper journalism and the behavioral sciences / Richard C. Wald -- 3. A review of session one / Ben H. Bagdikian, John W. Wiley -- Session Two. Social Issues and the Mass Media: 4. Implications for the mass media of research on intergroup relations and race / Robin M. Williams, Jr. -- 5. Social class and serious mental disorder / Melvin L. Kohn -- 6. Poverty and public policy / Alfred J. Kahn -- 7. Automation-Impact of Computers / Eli Ginzberg -- 8. Crime and violence / Stanton Wheeler -- Session Three. Journalists and Behavioral Scientists: 9. Social Sciences in the mass media / Leo Bogart -- 10. Barriers to communication: the problem of jargon / Ernest Havemann -- 11. Barriers to communication: another journalist's view / Emmett Dedmon -- 12. Barriers to communication: as seen by a social psychologist / Ronald Lippitt -- 13. Barriers to communication: as seen by a sociologist / Edgar F. Borgatta -- 14. Perceptions of a mass audience / Jack Mack Carter -- 15. A review of session three / Joseph T. Klapper, Herbert H. Hyman -- Session Four. Prospects: Training of Journalists in the Behavioral Sciences: 16. The Russell Sage-Columbia Program in journalism and the behavioral sciences / W. Phillips Davison -- 17. Techniques for improving access to social science data and resources /Wayne A. Danielson -- 18. Should there be a behavioral science beat? / Earl Ubell -- 19. A review of session four / Robert L. Jones -- Session Five. Summary and Conclusions / Robert Lerner
Control code
343469
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xvi, 270 pages
Lccn
68025421
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(WaOLN)477120
Label
Behavioral sciences and the mass media, Contributors: Ben H. Bagdikian [and others] Editor: Frederick T. C. Yu
Publication
Note
A report of an Arden House conference held April 1-3, 1966; jointly sponsored by Russell Sage Foundation and the Graduate School of Journalism, Columbia University
Bibliography note
Bibliographical footnotes
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Session One. Public and Mass Media Uses of the Behavioral Sciences: 1. The potential public uses of the behavior sciences / Marvin Bressler -- 2. Newspaper journalism and the behavioral sciences / Richard C. Wald -- 3. A review of session one / Ben H. Bagdikian, John W. Wiley -- Session Two. Social Issues and the Mass Media: 4. Implications for the mass media of research on intergroup relations and race / Robin M. Williams, Jr. -- 5. Social class and serious mental disorder / Melvin L. Kohn -- 6. Poverty and public policy / Alfred J. Kahn -- 7. Automation-Impact of Computers / Eli Ginzberg -- 8. Crime and violence / Stanton Wheeler -- Session Three. Journalists and Behavioral Scientists: 9. Social Sciences in the mass media / Leo Bogart -- 10. Barriers to communication: the problem of jargon / Ernest Havemann -- 11. Barriers to communication: another journalist's view / Emmett Dedmon -- 12. Barriers to communication: as seen by a social psychologist / Ronald Lippitt -- 13. Barriers to communication: as seen by a sociologist / Edgar F. Borgatta -- 14. Perceptions of a mass audience / Jack Mack Carter -- 15. A review of session three / Joseph T. Klapper, Herbert H. Hyman -- Session Four. Prospects: Training of Journalists in the Behavioral Sciences: 16. The Russell Sage-Columbia Program in journalism and the behavioral sciences / W. Phillips Davison -- 17. Techniques for improving access to social science data and resources /Wayne A. Danielson -- 18. Should there be a behavioral science beat? / Earl Ubell -- 19. A review of session four / Robert L. Jones -- Session Five. Summary and Conclusions / Robert Lerner
Control code
343469
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xvi, 270 pages
Lccn
68025421
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(WaOLN)477120

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