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The East on western television : a ten-year review of how the U.S. networks cover Asia / James F. Larson, J. Douglas Storey
Bib ID 1617965
Format BookBook
Author
Larson, James F
 
Description Singapore : Asian Mass Communication Research and Information Centre, c1983 
21 p. ; 23 cm. 
Invalid ISBN 99719050403 (paperback)
Series

Occasional paper (Asian Mass Communication Research and Information Centre) ; 17.

Notes

Bibliography: p. 21.

Subjects Television broadcasting of news -- United States.  |  Foreign news -- United States.  |  Public opinion -- United States.  |  Asia -- Foreign public opinion, American.
Other authors/contributors Storey, J. Douglas (John Douglas)

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