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Audiovisual communication review

, Volume 4, Issue 3, pp 171–199 | Cite as

Toward a general model of communication

  • George Gerbner
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Short bibliography on General models and theories in communication

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    DEUTSCH, K. W. “On Communication Models in the Social Sciences.”Public Opinion Quarterly 16:356–380, 1952.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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    FEARING, F. “Toward a Psychological Theory of Human Communication.”Journal of Personality 22:71–88, September 1953.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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    FEARING, F.Human Communication: An Introduction. Los Angeles: The University of California, 1954. (Mimeographed)Google Scholar
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    GIBSON, J. J. “A Theory of Pictorial Perception.”Audio-Visual Communication Review, 2:3–23, Winter 1954.Google Scholar
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    HARWOOD, K. and CARTIER, F. “On a General Theory of Communication.”Audio-Visual Comunication Review 1:227–233, Fall 1953.Google Scholar
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    HOVLAND, C. I. “Social Communications.”Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 92:371–375, November 1948.Google Scholar
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    NEWCOMB, T. M. “An Approach to the Study of Communicative Acts.”Psychological Review, 60:393–404, 1952.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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    NORBERG, K. “The Perception of the Visual World.”Audio-Visual Communication Review, 1:190–194, Summer 1953.Google Scholar
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    OGDEN, C. K. and RICHARDS, I. A.The Meaning of Meaning. Revised Edition. New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1947.Google Scholar
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    RUESCH, J. and BATESON, G.Communication, The Social Matrix of Psychiatry. New York: W. W. Norton and Co., 1951.Google Scholar
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    SCHRAMM, W. “How Communication Works,” inProcess and Effects of Mass Communication, edited by Wilbur Schramm. Urbana: The University of Illinois Press, 1954.Google Scholar
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    SHANNON, C. E. and WEAVER, W.The Mathematical Theory of Communication. Urbana: The University of Illinois Press, 1949.Google Scholar
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    SMYTHE, D. W. “Some Observations on Communications Theory.”Audio-Visual Communication Review 2:24–37, Winter 1954.Google Scholar
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    TEACHERS COLLEGE COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY “Communication and the Communication Arts,” Teachers College Record, Vol. 57, No. 2, Entire Issue. November 1955.Google Scholar
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    WESTLEY, B. H. and MACLEAN M. S., Jr. “A Conceptual Model for Communications Research.”Audio-Visual Communication Review 3:3–12 Winter 1955.Google Scholar
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    WIENER, N.Cybernetics, or Control and Communication in the Animal and the Machine. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1948.Google Scholar

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