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New York. 1979. Pantheon Books. 1st American Edition. Very Good In Dustjacket. 393 pages. hardcover. 0394503597. keywords: Media Politics Sociology. inventory # 19621. FROM THE PUBLISHER-For ten years, Gans spent considerable time in four major television and magazine newsrooms, observing and talking to the journalists who choose most of the news stories that inform America about itself. He was interested in their values, professional standards, and the external pressures that shaped their judgments. This fascinating study of the unwritten rules of American journalism provides rare insight into how our society words and how our perceptions of it are formed.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. New York: Pantheon, 1979. First edition. Hardcover. 393 pp. Very good, in a very good unclipped jacket. Lightly rubbed board edges with sunning to top edges. Clean, unmarked text. Jacket has light edge wear / scuffing to panels.
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