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Mass media use and the "revolution of rising frustrations" : a reconsideration of the theory

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Title: Mass media use and the "revolution of rising frustrations" : a reconsideration of the theory
Authors: Hornik, Robert C.
LC Subject Headings: Mass media
Information theory
Issue Date: Jul 1974
Publisher: Honolulu : East-West Communication Institute
Series/Report no.: Papers of the East-West Communication Institute;no. 11
Abstract: This paper reconsiders one element of Daniel Lerner's theory of the role of mass media in national development--the element that indicts the media for the creation of unachievable aspirations. The author discusses the theory in light of much recent research that is inconsistent with that hypothesis. A final section includes results of a recent field study.
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Pages/Duration: iii, 27 p.
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/48087
Appears in Collections:Communication Institute. Papers



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