Historical Development of Reform Movement Consequences of the Rightwing Backlash to the New Left Fairness Doctrine Debate Media Watchdog Groups Intersection with Other Reform Movements Media Reform and Christian Patriotism, Pacifism/Anti-War Movement, and Women’s Rights Movement Author Suggested Illustrations, Tables, and Documents
Theory of Media Reform Movement Socialization, Social Control, and Propaganda
Historical Development of Reform Movement Upton Sinclair Publishes The Jungle (1906), Encouraging Theodore Roosevelt to Condemn Muckraking Journalism (1906)
Key Moments National Educational Television (Renamed the Public Broadcasting Service) Founded(1953) Parents Music Resource Center Campaigns For Recording Industry Censorship (1985) U.S. Supreme Court Mandates Fairness Doctrine in Broadcasting (1969-87) Intersection with Other Reform Movements Media Reform and the Civil Rights Movement
Future of Reform Movement Debate Continues over Media Ownership
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