The Urban Communication Reader (Hampton Press Communication Series Urban Communication)

  • 290 Pages
  • 3.22 MB
  • English

Hampton Pr
Communication Studies, Media, information & communication industries, Sociology - Urban, Social Science, City and town life, Community organization, Interpersonal communication, United States, Soci
ContributionsGene Burd (Editor), Susan J. Drucker (Editor), Gary Gumpert (Editor)
The Physical Object
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL12206190M
ISBN 101572737476
ISBN 139781572737471

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