TITLE

The Country's Whipping Boy

AUTHOR(S)
Cogley, John
PUB. DATE
May 1961
SOURCE
New Republic;5/22/61, Vol. 144 Issue 21, p28
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Focuses on the role played by television in the society of the U.S. Judgments made on the performance of television networks; Effect of television on morals and values of children; Idea that the government run a network of its own; Reflection of habits of mind, styles of thought, political judgments, and the shape of values that it itself creates; Influence of the sponsor on the content of the television program.
ACCESSION #
10273484

 

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