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Mass communications and the advertising industry

by Graham Murdock

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Published by UNESCO in Paris, France .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Advertising,
  • Mass media

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 67-70.

    Statementby Graham Murdock and Noreene Janus ; with contributions by N.N. Pillai, V.P. Shestakov, P.P. de Win.
    SeriesReports and papers on mass communication ;, no. 97
    ContributionsJanus, Noreene.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHF5811 .M87 1985
    The Physical Object
    Pagination70 p. ;
    Number of Pages70
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2288641M
    ISBN 109231022911
    LC Control Number86156761

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    Advertising as it is known today finds its roots in the industrial expansion of the s. The mass production and the lowering of prices on consumer goods meant that more items were available to more people than ever before. The construction of the transcontinental railroads provided a national market for a company's goods. Marketing practitioners and textbooks now tend to conceive of advertising in the context of what they like to call “integrated marketing communications.” This may sound like empty industry hype, but the phrase does express how advertising is now linked strategically to the other dimensions of marketing, and to other forms of promotion.

    JOURNALISM AND MASS COMMUNICATION – Vol. I - History and Development of Mass Communications - LaurieThomas Lee ©Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS) Books are the oldest of the media, with the first known book written in Egypt around B.C. Books were not reproduced for the masses, however, until the invention of. The Rise of Mass Media • From the beginning to mass media 24 • Print media: the book and the library 25 • Print media: the newspaper 27 • Other print media 31 • Film as a mass medium 32 • Broadcasting 34 • Recorded music 36 • The communications revolution: new media versus old 38 • Differences between media 41 • Conclusion 45 2.


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