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Bowling, Beatniks, and Bell-Bottoms: Pop Culture of 20th-Century America
5 volumes

Provides information about the enduring products, innovative trends, and fun fads that highlighted each decade of the twentieth century. Arranged chronologically by decade, approximately 750 entries are grouped into nine topic sections: Commerce, Fashion, Film and Theater, Food and Drink, Music, Print Culture, Sports and Games, TV and Radio, and The Way We Lived.

Call Number:
Ref E169.1 .B7825 2002

Location:
Gleeson Reference Room, 1st Floor

 

Webster's New World Dictionary of Media and Communications

Defines terms used in a variety of media and communication fields.

Call Number:
Ref P87.5 .W45 1990

Location:
Gleeson Reference Room, 1st Floor

 

Dictionary of Media Literacy

A compilation of significant concepts, issues, organizations, people and international developments in the field of media literacy.

Call Number:
Ref P91.3 .S527 1997

Location:
Gleeson Reference Room, 1st Floor

 

DWM: A Directory of Women's Media

Produced by the National Council for Research on Women, it provides information about women's media.

Call Number:
Ref P96.W6 D93 1992

Location:
Gleeson Reference Room, 1st Floor

 

Plunkett's Entertainment and Media Industry Almanac

A guide to trends, technologies, and companies in entertainment and media.

Call Number:
Ref P88.8 .P57

Location:
Gleeson Reference Room, 1st Floor

 

World Media Handbook

Published by the United Nations, it has summaries of selected media and related data for countries around the world.

Call Number:
Ref P88.8 .W66  1995

Location:
Gleeson Reference Room, 1st Floor