The Dilemma of Education Through Mass Communication
by Charles R. Wright - 1962
There is—and usually can be—little popular education through mass communication. The author argues that this conclusion is true for a modern democratic society, such as the United States, in which universal public education is a practical accomplishment and in which the mass media operate as relatively free enterprises under a libertarian philosophy.
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