Social History of the Media : From Gutenberg to the Internetby Briggs, Asa; Burke, Peter
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Peter Burke, Professor Emeritus of Cultural History of Cambridge University
Table of Contents
|List of Illustrations||p. vi|
|Printing in its Contexts||p. 13|
|The Media and the Public Sphere in Early Modern Europe||p. 61|
|Technologies and Revolutions||p. 91|
|New Processes and Patterns||p. 121|
|Information, Education, Entertainment||p. 179|
|Media Convergences||p. 237|
|In and Out of Cyberspace||p. 275|
|Further Reading||p. 315|
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