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Volume 18, Numbers 3-4, 1 August 2012

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INTRODUCTION
pp. 247-247(1)
Author: O'Malley, Tom

NEWSPAPERS: A NATIONAL OR INTERNATIONAL PHENOMENON?
pp. 249-257(9)
Author: Raymond, Joad

READING OBSCENE TEXTS AND THEIR HISTORIES
pp. 275-288(14)
Author: Cocks, Harry G.

IGNORING THE FIRST DRAFT OF HISTORY?
pp. 311-326(16)
Author: Bingham, Adrian

JOURNALISTS' HISTORIES OF JOURNALISM
pp. 327-340(14)
Author: Hampton, Mark

WAR CORRESPONDENTS AS SOURCES FOR HISTORY
pp. 341-360(20)
Author: Williams, Kevin

MEDIA HISTORY OR MEDIA HISTORIES?
pp. 379-394(16)
Author: Nicholas, Siân

THE REPUBLIC OF LETTERS AS A COMMUNICATION SYSTEM
pp. 395-407(13)
Author: Burke, Peter

DISSEMINATION OF NEWS IN THE SPANISH BAROQUE
pp. 409-421(13)
Author: Díaz Noci, Javier

THE STRUCTURAL DEVELOPMENTS OF REGIONAL TELEVISION IN BRITAIN AND GERMANY
pp. 443-458(16)
Authors: Potschka, Christian; Golding, Peter

Social histories of the media in Britain and Ireland
pp. 459-469(11)
Author: Potter, Simon J.

THE RISE AND FALL OF EARLY AMERICAN MAGAZINE CULTURE
pp. 473-475(3)
Author: Gilding, Anna Luker

REFIGURING MASS COMMUNICATION: A HISTORY
pp. 477-479(3)
Author: King, Andrew

ERRATUM
pp. 481-481(1)

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