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The Kennedy assassination and the American public; social communication in crisis. Bradley S. Greenberg [and] Edwin B. Parker, editors.

By: Greenberg, Bradley S [editor.].
Contributor(s): Parker, Edwin B [editor.].
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Stanford, Calif., Stanford University Press, 1965Description: xvi, 392 pages illustrations 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeSubject(s): Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963 | Mass media -- Social aspects | Social psychology | Geschichte 1963 | Kennedy, John F (John Fitzgerald) 1917-1963 | Mass media Social aspects | Social psychologyAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Kennedy assassination and the American public.; Online version:: Kennedy assassination and the American public.DDC classification: 301.154 Other classification: MG 70100 | MS 7850
Contents:
Communication in crisis / Wilbur Schramm. -- That day in Dallas / Tom Wicker. -- Harrison E. Salisbury. -- Newspaper content on the assassination weekend / Edwin B. Parker and Bradley S. Greenberg. -- The press and the assassination / William L. Rivers. -- The television story in Dallas / Tom Pettit. -- A television network gathers the news / Elmer W. Lower. -- The business of television and the black weekend / Ruth Leeds Love. -- Diffusion of news about the Kennedy assassination / Bradley S. Greenberg. -- Diffusion of news of the Kennedy and Oswald deaths / Stephan P. Spitzer and Nancy S. Spitzer. -- Peer-group discussion and recovery from the Kennedy assassination / James D. Barber. -- Television's function on the assassination weekend / William H. Mindak and Gerald D. Hursh. -- Audience perceptions of radio and television objectivity / Lee F. Anderson and Emerson Moran. -- A national survey of public reactions and behavior / Paul B. Sheatsley and Jacob J. Feldman. -- Reaction to the assassination in Dallas / Charles M. Bonjean, Richard J. Hill, and Harry W. Martin. -- Television and the reactions of schoolchildren to the assassination / Roberta S. Sigel. -- College students' reactions / Fred I. Greenstein. -- Attitudinal strategies in American undergraduates' interpretations of the assassination / S. Thomas Friedman and John Pierce-Jones. -- Changes in belief in the weeks following the assassination / James S. Coleman and Sidney H. Hollander, Jr. -- Immediate and subsequent reactions in Manhattan / Monroe Miller and Roger Zimmerman. -- Public apathy and public grief / Norman M. Bradburn and Jacob J. Feldman. -- Personality and political values: a study of reactions to two accused assassins / Seymour Feshbach and Norma Feshbach. -- Effects of the assassination on political partisanship / David O. Sears. -- The fate of due process in a time of crisis / Lewis Lipsitz and J. David Colfax. -- Grief and rededication / Christopher J. Hurn and Mark Messer. -- The Kennedy assassination and the nature of political commitment / Sidney Verba. -- Social research on the assassination / Bradley S. Greenberg and Edwin B. Parker.
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Includes bibliographical references.

Introduction: Communication in crisis / Wilbur Schramm. -- That day in Dallas / Tom Wicker. -- The editor's view in New York / Harrison E. Salisbury. -- Newspaper content on the assassination weekend / Edwin B. Parker and Bradley S. Greenberg. -- The press and the assassination / William L. Rivers. -- The television story in Dallas / Tom Pettit. -- A television network gathers the news / Elmer W. Lower. -- The business of television and the black weekend / Ruth Leeds Love. -- Diffusion of news about the Kennedy assassination / Bradley S. Greenberg. -- Diffusion of news of the Kennedy and Oswald deaths / Stephan P. Spitzer and Nancy S. Spitzer. -- Peer-group discussion and recovery from the Kennedy assassination / James D. Barber. -- Television's function on the assassination weekend / William H. Mindak and Gerald D. Hursh. -- Audience perceptions of radio and television objectivity / Lee F. Anderson and Emerson Moran. -- A national survey of public reactions and behavior / Paul B. Sheatsley and Jacob J. Feldman. -- Reaction to the assassination in Dallas / Charles M. Bonjean, Richard J. Hill, and Harry W. Martin. -- Television and the reactions of schoolchildren to the assassination / Roberta S. Sigel. -- College students' reactions / Fred I. Greenstein. -- Attitudinal strategies in American undergraduates' interpretations of the assassination / S. Thomas Friedman and John Pierce-Jones. -- Changes in belief in the weeks following the assassination / James S. Coleman and Sidney H. Hollander, Jr. -- Immediate and subsequent reactions in Manhattan / Monroe Miller and Roger Zimmerman. -- Public apathy and public grief / Norman M. Bradburn and Jacob J. Feldman. -- Personality and political values: a study of reactions to two accused assassins / Seymour Feshbach and Norma Feshbach. -- Effects of the assassination on political partisanship / David O. Sears. -- The fate of due process in a time of crisis / Lewis Lipsitz and J. David Colfax. -- Grief and rededication / Christopher J. Hurn and Mark Messer. -- The Kennedy assassination and the nature of political commitment / Sidney Verba. -- Summary: Social research on the assassination / Bradley S. Greenberg and Edwin B. Parker.

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