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Pattern of leisure; an enquiry into the place of cinema and television among leisure activities in the Scottish Highlands and Islands, by John D. Blackburn
Bib ID 664724
Format BookBook
Author
Blackburn, John D. (John Daniel)
 
Description [Glasgow] Scottish Educational Film Association and Scottish Film Council, 1961 
33 p. 22 cm. 
Subjects Recreation -- Scotland.  |  Motion picture audiences.  |  Television viewers -- Scotland.
Other authors/contributors Scottish Film Council  |  Scottish Educational Film Association

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