Browse Dept. of Recreation, Sport and Tourism by Subject "Mass Communications"
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(1993)As VCRs become increasing instrumental to the rhythm of everyday life, questions arise as to how the enhanced ability to control video media affects peoples lives, both attitudinally and behaviorally. This study was concerned ...
(1999)This dissertation is an attempt to bridge the gap between place theories and more narrative approaches. To this end, a mixture of quantitative and qualitative approaches were used. This diversity in methods allows for a ...