The rise and fall of audience research : an old story with a new ending.
Journal of Communication, 43
Discusses theoretical and methodological opposition that dominate mass communications research. Critical versus administrative research; Study of texts versus the study of audiences; Use of qualitative versus quantitative methods; Focus on the mass communication audience; Theories of literary reception from high culture; Study of the notion of context-dependent meaning.
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||11 Oct 2005
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