All Media Are Social: Sociological Perspectives on Mass Media Andrew M. Lindner and Stephen R. Barnard (2020)
Keywords:media, journalism, media sociology
All Media Are Social: Sociological Perspectives on Mass Media Andrew M. Lindner and Stephen R. Barnard (2020) New York and Oxon: Routledge. Pp. 206 ISBN: 978041574953 (hbk) ISBN: 9780415749541 (pbk) ISBN: 9781315796055 (eBook)
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