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Austin Ranney • 32 Items / 17 Books, 8 Articles, 7 Reviews
Channels of Power (1983)
The Impact of Television on American Politics
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Published Reviews
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    The Media & the Message (Review)
    Channels of Power, by Austin Ranney
    1. Channels of Power by Austin Ranney
    Commentary, February 1984, pp. 79-82
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    The Myth of the Medium (Review)
    Channels of Power, by Austin Ranney
    1. Channels of Power by Austin Ranney
    The New Republic, February 6, 1984, pp. 26-27
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    Political Booknotes (Review)
    Channels of Power, by Austin Ranney
    1. Channels of Power by Austin Ranney
    The Washington Monthly, October 1983, p. 59
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    In Focus (2 Reviews)
    Opening Philo's Box
    1. Channels of Power by Austin Ranney
    2. The Kennedy Crises by Montague Kern, Patricia W. Levering, and Ralph B. Levering, ...
    Chronicles, October 1984, p. 22
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    Review Essays (3 Reviews)
    Media Politics, by F. Christopher Arterton
    1. Media Politics by F. Christopher Arterton
    2. Channels of Power by Austin Ranney
    3. Over the Wire and On TV by Michael J. Robinson and Margaret A. Sheehan
    American Political Science Review, June 1985, pp. 515-516
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    Book Reviews (3 Reviews)
    Channels of Power, by Austin Ranney
    1. Channels of Power by Austin Ranney
    2. Over the Wire and On TV by Michael J. Robinson and Margaret A. Sheehan
    3. Television Coverage of the 1980 Presidential Campaign by William C. Adams
    Political Science Quarterly, June 1984, pp. 370-371