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The making of American audiences

from stage to television, 1750-1990
  • 438 Pages
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Cambridge University Press , Cambridge, New York
Performing arts -- Audiences -- United States., Radio audiences -- United States., Television viewers -- United St

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United St

StatementRichard Butsch.
SeriesCambridge studies in the history of mass communication, Cambridge studies in the history of mass communications.
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LC ClassificationsPN1590.A9 B88 2000
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 438 p. :
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Open LibraryOL42984M
ISBN 100521662532, 0521664837
LC Control Number99036490

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generalizations about American spectators before No more. The Making of American Audiences provides a firm foundation on which a new generation of performance historians might build more socially engaged and responsible histories.

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