Book reviewed in this article:
Communication and Sociolinguistics by Fredrick Williams
Presidential Television (A Twentieth Century Fund Report) by Newton N. Minow, John Bartlow Martin, and Lee M. Mitchell.
Living With Change: The Semantics of Coping by Wendell Johnson and Dorothy Moeller.
The Mind Managers by Herbert I. Schiller.
Communication Strategies for Family Planning by Everett M. Rogers.
News From Nowhere: Television and the News by Edward Jay Epstein.
The Early Window: Effects of Television on Children and Youth by Robert M. Liebert, John M. Neale, and Emily S. Davidson.
Content Analysis: A Technique for Systematic Inference From Communications by T. F. Carney.
The Hidden Springs: An Enquiry Into Extra-Sensory Perception by Renée Haynes.
The American Newsreel 1911–1967 by Raymond Fielding.
Mass Media: A Worktext in the Processes of Modern Communication by Ann Christine Heintz, B.V.M., M. Lawrence Reuter, S.J., and Elizabeth Conley.
Children's Television Commercials: A Content Analysis by Charles Winick, Lorne G. Williamson, Stuart F. Chuzmir, and Mariann Pezzella Winick.
Human Connection and the New Media edited by Barry N. Schwartz.
Cable Television: A Guide For Citizen Action by Monroe Price and John Wicklein.
Men, Messages and Media: A Look at Human Communication by Wilbur Schramm.
The Personal Communication Process by John R. Wenburg and William W. Wilmot.
Social Psychology in Natural Settings: A Reader in Field Experimentation edited by Paul G. Swingle.
Conflict Among Humans by Robert D. Nye.