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Broadcasting and Society 1918 to 1939

£25.00

Product description

Ex Library Edition for The Open University. Light marks and signs of wear to dust jacket. Three library stickers to front of DJ. Tightly bound in black boards. Library stamps to front and back end papers, and fore-edge. Barring these stamps, the book is in good condition. Light signs of shelf wear, pages tightly bound and free from notes. Good condition, for an ex-library book.

Mark Pegg analyses the development of broadcasting technology during the period from 1918 to 1939, and the impact this had upon society. A fascinating social history published by Croom Helm in 1983.

Item details

Author(s):
Mark Pegg
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
263
Publisher:
Croom Helm
Title:
Broadcasting and Society 1918 to 1939

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About this item

Ex Library Edition for The Open University. Light marks and signs of wear to dust jacket. Three library stickers to front of DJ. Tightly bound in black boards. Library stamps to front and back end papers, and fore-edge. Barring these stamps, the book is in good condition. Light signs of shelf wear, pages tightly bound and free from notes. Good condition, for an ex-library book.

Mark Pegg analyses the development of broadcasting technology during the period from 1918 to 1939, and the impact this had upon society. A fascinating social history published by Croom Helm in 1983.

Author(s):
Mark Pegg
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
263
Publisher:
Croom Helm
Title:
Broadcasting and Society 1918 to 1939

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