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The Resource The enduring book : print culture in postwar America, edited by David Paul Nord, Joan Shelley Rubin, and Michael Schudson

The enduring book : print culture in postwar America, edited by David Paul Nord, Joan Shelley Rubin, and Michael Schudson

Label
The enduring book : print culture in postwar America
Title
The enduring book
Title remainder
print culture in postwar America
Statement of responsibility
edited by David Paul Nord, Joan Shelley Rubin, and Michael Schudson
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
BTCTA
Dewey number
381/.450020973
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
Z473
LC item number
.E53 2009
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
A history of the book in America
Series volume
v. 5
Label
The enduring book : print culture in postwar America, edited by David Paul Nord, Joan Shelley Rubin, and Michael Schudson
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [519]-597) and index
Contents
  • Selling the product
  • Laura J. Miller
  • The right niche : consumer magazines and advertisers
  • David Abrahamson and Carol Polsgrove
  • Wounded but not slain : the orderly retreat of the American newspaper
  • James L. Baughman
  • Government censorship since 1945
  • Donald A. Downs
  • American copyright law since 1945
  • Marshall Leaffer
  • The enduring book in a multimedia age
  • U.S. government publishing in the postwar era
  • David Paul Nord and John V. Richardson Jr.
  • Building on the 1940s. Section I : A D-Day for American books in Europe : Overseas Editions, Inc., 1944-1945
  • John B. Hench
  • Section II : the American Book Publishers Council
  • Don Lacy and Robert W. Frase
  • Editorial vision and the role of the independent publisher
  • Dan Simon and Tom McCarthy
  • Literary culture, criticism, and bibliography. Section I : cultures of letters, cultures of criticism
  • David D. Hall ; Section II : the critical climate
  • Michael Schudson
  • Harvey Teres
  • Section III : bibliography and the meaning of "text"
  • David D. Hall
  • Magazines and the making of authors
  • Carol Polsgove
  • The oppositional press
  • James P. Dunky
  • The black press and radical print culture
  • Jane Rhodes
  • Where the customer is king : the textbook in American culture
  • The organization of the book publishing industry
  • Jonathan Zimmerman
  • Libraries, books, and the information age
  • Kenneth Cmiel
  • Science books since 1945
  • Bruce V. Lewenstein
  • U.S. academic publishing in the digital age
  • John B. Thompson
  • The perseverance of print-bound saints : Protestant book publishing
  • Paul C. Gutjahr
  • Bilingual nation : Spanish-language books in the United States since the 1960s
  • Beth Luey
  • Ilan Stavans
  • The enduring reader
  • Joan Shelley Rubin
  • Reading the language of the heart : the "big book" of Alcoholics Anonymous
  • Trysh Travis
  • Books and the media : the Silent spring debate
  • Priscilla Coit Murphy
  • The Chat-An-Hour Social and Cultural Club : African American women readers
  • Elizabeth Long
  • Book collecting and the book as object
  • Book production technology since 1945
  • Robert DeMaria Jr.
  • Valuing reading, writing, and books in a post-typographic world
  • David Reinking
  • Reading the data on books, newspapers, and magazines : a statistical appendix
  • Laura J. Miller and David Paul Nord
  • Patrick Henry
  • Markets and audiences
  • Linda M. Scott
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xvi, 618 p.
Isbn
9780807832851
Isbn Type
(acid-free paper)
Lccn
2009517522
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: Printed dust jacket. Black cloth over boards, stamped in silver on spine. Purchase, ASUCLA Bookzone, 2010.
Other control number
40018681506
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)261174626
  • ucoclc261174626
Label
The enduring book : print culture in postwar America, edited by David Paul Nord, Joan Shelley Rubin, and Michael Schudson
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [519]-597) and index
Contents
  • Selling the product
  • Laura J. Miller
  • The right niche : consumer magazines and advertisers
  • David Abrahamson and Carol Polsgrove
  • Wounded but not slain : the orderly retreat of the American newspaper
  • James L. Baughman
  • Government censorship since 1945
  • Donald A. Downs
  • American copyright law since 1945
  • Marshall Leaffer
  • The enduring book in a multimedia age
  • U.S. government publishing in the postwar era
  • David Paul Nord and John V. Richardson Jr.
  • Building on the 1940s. Section I : A D-Day for American books in Europe : Overseas Editions, Inc., 1944-1945
  • John B. Hench
  • Section II : the American Book Publishers Council
  • Don Lacy and Robert W. Frase
  • Editorial vision and the role of the independent publisher
  • Dan Simon and Tom McCarthy
  • Literary culture, criticism, and bibliography. Section I : cultures of letters, cultures of criticism
  • David D. Hall ; Section II : the critical climate
  • Michael Schudson
  • Harvey Teres
  • Section III : bibliography and the meaning of "text"
  • David D. Hall
  • Magazines and the making of authors
  • Carol Polsgove
  • The oppositional press
  • James P. Dunky
  • The black press and radical print culture
  • Jane Rhodes
  • Where the customer is king : the textbook in American culture
  • The organization of the book publishing industry
  • Jonathan Zimmerman
  • Libraries, books, and the information age
  • Kenneth Cmiel
  • Science books since 1945
  • Bruce V. Lewenstein
  • U.S. academic publishing in the digital age
  • John B. Thompson
  • The perseverance of print-bound saints : Protestant book publishing
  • Paul C. Gutjahr
  • Bilingual nation : Spanish-language books in the United States since the 1960s
  • Beth Luey
  • Ilan Stavans
  • The enduring reader
  • Joan Shelley Rubin
  • Reading the language of the heart : the "big book" of Alcoholics Anonymous
  • Trysh Travis
  • Books and the media : the Silent spring debate
  • Priscilla Coit Murphy
  • The Chat-An-Hour Social and Cultural Club : African American women readers
  • Elizabeth Long
  • Book collecting and the book as object
  • Book production technology since 1945
  • Robert DeMaria Jr.
  • Valuing reading, writing, and books in a post-typographic world
  • David Reinking
  • Reading the data on books, newspapers, and magazines : a statistical appendix
  • Laura J. Miller and David Paul Nord
  • Patrick Henry
  • Markets and audiences
  • Linda M. Scott
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xvi, 618 p.
Isbn
9780807832851
Isbn Type
(acid-free paper)
Lccn
2009517522
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: Printed dust jacket. Black cloth over boards, stamped in silver on spine. Purchase, ASUCLA Bookzone, 2010.
Other control number
40018681506
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)261174626
  • ucoclc261174626

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