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Jeremy Butler <[log in to unmask]>
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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
Fri, 14 May 1993 08:26:26 CDT
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On Thu, 13 May 1993 20:23:17 EDT Brian Goldfarb said:
>I'm putting together an undergraduate level Intro to Mass
>Communications course with a focus on Television
>and Radio. I would greatly appreciate suggestions
>for reading material or syllabi that have a progressive of
>non-traditional slant.
And if anyone has a way-cool Intro to Mass Comm syllabus that they'd
like to make available through the SCREEN-L FILELIST (an archive of
text files that anyone may glom onto), then send it to me in
text (i.e., ASCII, or "DOS text") format.
Indeed, the SCREEN-L FILELIST is open to suggestions of syllabi to
be posted there.  Let me know if you have any you'd like to offer.
          Diversity of opinion within the framework of loyalty to
          our free society is not only basic to a university but
          to the entire nation.
                                     --James Bryant Conant
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