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Series II. Writings and Publications [series]:
 
Published Materials (1947-1984) [subseries]:
 
RKG Newspaper Articles - 1974-80 (in alphabetical order, by publication) [subseries]:
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Access columns 6/4/79-10/20/80
["Television Commercials and Involuntary Learning" 6/4/79; "Now That You've Seer the Picture, Why Not Watch the Book?" 10/8/79; "Time Compression: Speeding Up the Spiels" 10/20/80]

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Daily News-Miner (Fairbanks, Alaska) columns - with correspondence 2/79-2/80
[TV and preschool play 2/17/7S media empires 2/24; Death in the West 3/3; "SM moves to mass media" 3/24; "Pseudo-events merit too much local news" 3/31; Three-Mile Island 4/21; "Can intelligent life survive at ABC?" 5/5; "New golden age of broadcasting.." 5/19; "TV education becomes Disney-ized 5/26; TV and computers 6/9; "Author Stone's book review bureaucracy" 6/16; "ABC buys lion's share of conglomerate" 9/29; "Belly buttons, bottoms, bosoms.." 10/13; "More ways to skin bank robbers" 11/3; "Fool your: senses with TV technology" 12/1; "Advertising looks at brain research" 1/19/80; "Lt. Columbo cracks the toilet paper case" 2/2]

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In These Times columns - with Pat Aufderheide correspondence 7/30/79-3/12/80
["We interrupt this commercial" 7/30/79; "Public interest is in the mind of the broadcaster, says FCC" 8/22; "See the movie, watch the book" 10/17; "Into the brain with ads" 1/30/80; "Columbo can tell the difference" 3/12; "Surely God approves" mailed 1/7/80]

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Ithaca New Times - correspondence (Loretta Scott) and articles 1974
["Sex Manuals Revisited" 8/25; "Selling the Big Blue Marble" 9/8; "Embryo Sweepstakes - The No Win Situation" not published]

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Ithaca New Times - Sept-Dec, 1976
["The Powerful and the Powerless" 9/23; "Should Debates Use Public's Air?" 10/7; "Dr. Steel and Torpedo Fist" 10/14; "Gov't Winks While Toys Maim" 10/21; "The Trojan Story" 11/4; "Disenfranchised in the Voting Booth" 11/11; "Day Care Franchises" 11/24; "Monopolizing the TV Market" 12/9; "On the Bethe-Commoner Debate" 12/22]

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Ithaca New Times - Jan-June, 1977
["Family Hour: Constitutional?" 1/16; "TV: The Last Violent Straw" 2/: "'Roots' Impact Defused By Ads" 2/10; "TV Violence Backfires" 2/24; "'Network1 Reflects Reality" 3/3; "Hard Sell In Toyland" 3/10; "The Shogun Lesson" 3/24; "Opening the Mikes to retired Politicos" 3/31; "Cracker Jack Wrist Slaps" 4/7; "The Pitchmen and the Public Good" 4/14; "Ministry of Taste" 4/21; "Electronic Psych" 4/28; "A Plug-In Drug" 5/5; "TV's Angels Heralding Porn" 5/12; "Sneaky Smut Seeps In" 5/19; "A Grade School Lobby" 5/26; "All Items Sold Separately" 6/2; "Presence Fashion Dolls" 6/9; "Public Access Proposal" 6/16; "Free Market of Images" 6/23; "ACT, A Parents Lobby" 6/30]

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Ithaca New Times - July-Dec, 1977
["Pooh-Poohed Rights" 7/7; "A Raggedy Ann Blitz" 8/2; "Rerun Diplomacy" 8/9; "Naming Presidents" 8/30; "Soap' Bubbles Dirty" 9/27; "Images of Insanity" 10/4; "Watching Winking Dots" 10/11; "Watching Zamora Trial" 10/18; "Inside the Midway" 10/25; "Hustling My Image" 11/8; "My Last Talk Show" 11/15; "Class TV - No Thanks" 11/22; "Mind-Forming Power" 11/29; "Flight Out of Egypt" 12/6; "A Tip from Sweden" 12/13; "Thirty-Second Sex" 12/20; "Once Upon A Time" 12/27]

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Ithaca New Times - Jan-May, 1978
["Technically, Hype" 2/7?; "'Truth in Advertising" 2/7?; "Learning to Watch" 2/14; "Spaced Out Brain Waves" 2/21; "TV: The Brain Shredder" 2/28; "The Laws of Looking" 3/7; "FTC Drops a Bombshell" 3/14; "Celebrity Sweepstakes" 3/28; "Broadcasters Play God" 4/4; "Living Room Gambling" 4/18; "Holocaust: What Next?" 4/25 - incl. fan mail; "The Media Message" 5/9; "Non-Taxable Spectacle" 5/16; "The Born Innocent Case" 5/23]

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Ithaca Times - June-Dec. 1978 ["Town Plan for Coy Glen: Give It a Try" 6/22; "Welfare for Television Broadcasters" 6/29; "AT&T Telephone Blitz" 7/6; "Minolta's Free-Fall Costly" 7/13; "Monsanto: A Young Blonde in Silver Gown" 7/20; "Schlitz Light: Drinking up Images" 7/27; "Too Many Peas" 8/3; "Argentina's Image, Elena's Reality" 8/10; "FCC Refuses Access" 8/24 "The Evening News: How to Retrieve It" 8/31; "Superman: SuperHype" 9/7; "Saturday Morning TV: More Wham, Bam" 9/14; "What's New in Prime Time" 9/21; "Performers Plug Their Own Wares" 9/28; "Lt. Colombo Cracks the Toilet Paper Case" 10/12; "The Osmond Empire: From Cattle to Clothes" 10/19; "Computer Controversy" 11/2; "Bill Cosby: Brand Loyalty" 11/9; "Surely God Approves" 11/23 "Northern Lights: TV Beams in Alaska" 12/7; "No Television: Cold Turkey Treatment" 12/14; "Jonestown Massacre: 'Event' of the Year" 12/21]
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Ithaca Times - Jan-Sept, 1979 [TV in the Nursery: The Take-over of the Imagination" 1/18; "Censorship in Marlboro Country" 1/25; "Mattel Takes Over Western" 2/1 "Corporate Press, Global Reach" 2/8; "Corporate School Text Packs: A Ton of Garbage" 2/15; "He-e-e-ere's Congress! Hollywood in the House" 3/1; S&M Chic Socks I to Women in Vogue" 3/22; "TV: Rhythmic Rhetoric Managin the News" 3/29; "Nuclear Crisis, Stock Market Bonanza" 4/5; "Expert Reveals: Just a Reactor Excursion" 4/12; "Sneak Preview: ABC's Prime-Time Lineup" 4/26; "Disneyland Goes to College" 5/10; "Mickey Mouse Regresses: Evolution in Reverse" 5/17; "TV & Computers: Can We Kick the Habits?" 5/31; "Corporate Bureaucracies The Principle of the Passed Buck" 6/28" "Do Broadcaster Violate Anti-Trust Laws?" 8/30; "The Public Interest: Once Again Up for Grabs" 9/13; "Now that You've Seen the Picture, Why Not Watch the Book?" 9/27]
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Newfield News and Grapevine columns 10/17/79-1/29/80
["TV - nothing left for the imagination" NN 10/17/79; "The seduction of music" 10/24; "Your money or your life?" 11/7; "Computers to the rescue" 11/14; "The public interest - once again up for grabs" n.d.; "The Charms of Music" Gr 11/20; "How About Taking a Tip From Sweden?" 1/29/80]

 
RKG Short Writings - Miscellaneous 1973-81 [subseries]:
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Book reviews - with correspondence 1974-75
[Oh, What a Blow That Phantom Gave Me (Edmund Carpenter), Journal Communication Winter 1974; TV and the Public (Bower), Children and TV (Lesser), and The TV Establishment (Tuchman), Contemporary Sociology 5/75; seven books, "Reader's Report" Bookmark Series 4/75; Beyond the Stable State (Donald A. Schon), Administrative Science Quarterly 9/75]

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Book reviews - with correspondence 1978-80
[The TinKazoo (Edwin Diamond), Contemporary Sociology 11/78; The Plug-In Drug (Marie Winn), American Journal of Sociology. winter 1977-8; 4 Arguments for the Elimination of Tv (Mander), Where the Law Ends (Stone) , and Computer Power and Human Reason (Weizenbaum) , Contemporary Sociology 1/80]

  2  
Short columns, letters to editor, with correspondence 1973-81
[Letter to Ithaca Journal re Cayuga Lake power station 5/17/73; Senate Sheet column; letter to Broadcasting Magazine re FTC 6/8/78; "Politics Conform to TV," Atlanta Journal/Constitution, 11/30/80; "TV is one-way "communication system" - for corporations," Media Report to Women 12/80; "The Economics of Never Never Land" - sent to NY Times Op-Ed Page, n.d.]

 
RKG Articles and Stories 1970-83 (in reverse chronological order) [subseries]:
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Social impact article - notes 6/84
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"Can Democracy Survive the New Communications Technologies?" - rough draft, notes c. 8/83
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"Can Democracy Survive..." - Folder 2
  2  
"Foreword" to Love Canal: Science, Politics and People by Adeline Levine, 10/16/81
  2  
"Metaphor and Language as Clues to the Meaning of New Information Technologies" (statement for Pallman, Washington) 9/22/80
  2  
"The Great American Consciousness Machine: Engineering the Thought Environment," Journal of Social Reconstruction, April-June 1980
  2  
"The Great American Consciousness Machine" -Correspondence, Comments, Jan. -Aug., 1980
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"Why TV Advertising is Deceptive and Unfair," Et Cetera Winter 1978
  2  
"Why TV Advertising is Deceptive and Unfair" -Publication Correspondence
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"Why TV Advertising is Deceptive and Unfair" -Circulation Correspondence
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"Why TV Advertising is Deceptive and Unfair" - Testimony at FTC and FCC Hearings, c. 2/79
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"The View From Leticia," Cornell Review, Fall 1978
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A Television Primer; I (A Little Goldsen Book) f 4/78
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"Changing Channels: How TV Shapes American Minds," Human Behavior, Sept. 1977 - with correspondence, reprints
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"Viro" and "Sister Tulia's Story," Praxis, Spring 1977
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Stories c. 1972-77
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RKG interview in The Study of Society (2nd ed.) 1977 -with Dushkin Publishing correspondence
  2  
"Toys and the Imagination of Children," Human Behavior, December 1976
  2  
Playtime - Indoctrination Time (A Little Goldsen Book), August 1976
  2  
Playtime - Indoctrination Time - master copy (typescript) , 8/76
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Playtime - Indoctrination Time - corrected master, 9/76
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Playtime - Indoctrination Time - publicity, copyright
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RKG and Azriel Bibliowicz, "Plaza Sesamo: 'Neutral1 Language or ' Cultural Assault '? , " Journal of Communications, Spring 1976
  2  
"Assembly-Line Violence, Picture Tube Guns," Cornell Journal of Social Relations, Spring 1976
  2  
"Assembly-Line Violence..." - correspondence and distribution
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"Children Must Be Raised by Hand," Human Behavior, April 1976; reprinted Women's Day mid-Oct. 1976 with correspondence, fan mail
  2  
"Literacy Without Books: The Case of Sesame Street," in Educational Television, ed. Robert Amove, 1976
  2  
"Throwaway Husbands, Wives and Lovers," Human Behavior, December 1975 - with correspondence, newspaper response
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"On the Trail of the Elusive Datum" typescript 7/7/75
  2  
"Television's Mode of Address," Journal of Communications, Sprina 1975; requests for copies; copyright correspondence
  2  
RKG and Azriel Bibliowicz, "Un Programa de T.V.: 'Plaza Sesamo," Eco, Feb. 1975
  2  
RKG and Azriel Bibliowicz, "Mindlessness in Plaza Sesamo," International Broadcast Institute Annual Meeting, Sept. 1974
[RKG and AB, "Insensatez en Plaza Sesamo"]

  2  
"Naming and Signalling," 6/6/74
  2  
"Science in Wonderland," Society, Mav/June 1973 - with correspondence
[Irving Louis Horowitz, Leo Lowenthal, Willard Gaylin, etc.]

  2  
"Relational Systems, Genetics and Images of Man," typescript, 12/13/72
  2  
"Naming the Game is the Name of the Game I.," Seminar o Political Relations Between Latin America and the US, Lima, Peru, 11/27/72
  2  
"Naming the Game is the Name of the Game: Further Comments by the Author," 12/9/72
  2  
"Nombrar el Juego es el Nombre del Juego," Lima Conference, 12/1/72
  2  
"Stories," typescript, March 1972
  2  
"A.J. Liebling, Honey, the Press Sure Misses You," typescript, February 1972
  2  
"NBC's Make-Believe Research on TV Violence," transaction, October 1971; replies by J. Ronald Milavsky and Allen H. Burton; reply by RKG; NEC study progress report
  2  
"NBC's Make-Believe Research..." - correspondence, newspaper coverage 5/71-2/72
[Coffin, Milavsky; Irving Louis Horowitz, Mary Symons Strong, Sarah Flynn (transaction); Allen Barton (Bureau of Applied Social Research); Burns W. Roper; Les Brown (Variety) , Walter Sullivan (NY Times)]

  2  
"NBC's Make-Believe Research..." - Paul Lazarsfeld correspondence 5/71-2/72
  2  
"NBC's Make-Believe Research..." - related correspondence 5-8/71
[Herbert Schiller; Phillips Davidson (Public Opinion Quarterly); Betsy Cohen (FTC) ; Don Cahalan, Sidney Hollander, Jr. (American Associatic for Public Opinion Research) ]

  2  
"Why Do They Call It Media Research?," typescript, October 1971
  2  
Review: Donald A. Schon, Beyond the Stable State, 197]
  2  
"Clearing the Air, or How Fares the First Amendment - ] It Alive and Well?," Glad Day Press, Ithaca, 1971 - anc Media Ithaca correspondence
  2  
"The Structure and Function of the Mass Media Viewed as a Sociological Institution," typescript, 1971; "La Estructura y Funcion de los Medios de Comunicacion Masiva Vistos Como Institucion Sociolocrica, " Razon y Fabula, Bogota, Colombia, February 1970
  2  
"Antecedentes de un Programa Centrado en los Medios de Comunicacion Masiva en Colombia," typescript, 9/16/70
 
Publication Inquiries 1977-1984 [subseries]:
  3  
Notes for columns
  3  
Inquiries - try these magazines
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Inquiries - Feb, 1977-Feb, 1979 [WSKG TV/Radio 2/77; "How About Taking a Tip From Sweden?" 12/77; Contemporary Sociology review essay c. 1978; C. Wright Mills volume 11/78; The Humanist 12/78; NYU Education Quarterly 12/78-1/79; Contemporary Sociology reviews 1978-9; Cornell Alumni News 1/79; McCall's 1-2/79)
  3  
National Public Radio - Keith Talbot, Katherine Ferguso - Jan-Sept, 1978
  3  
Parents Choice correspondence 6-10/78
  3  
Human Behavior - "TV Advertising and Involuntary Learning," March 1979
  3  
Inquiries - March, 1979-Oct, 1982 [Journal of Communication] 3/79; New York Times Arts & Leisure/Op-Ed 9-10/79; Columbia Journalism Review 1-2/80; Channels -Les Brown, 6/79; Society, review of Harvey Levin, Fact and Fancy in TV Regulation 7/80; access article - Sally Steenland letter 8/80; "Old-Boys Network Alive and Well (Cornell Eleven case) 2/81; Journal of Community Communications - low power TV 5/81; Society Boddie vs. ABC-Geraldo Rivera 6/82; New Internationalist 9-10/82
  3  
In These Times - Pat Aufderheide, 10/9/80
  3  
"Assessing the Social Impact of Human Communications Systems" - IEEE Spectrum - Trudy Bell 11/83-4/84
 
RKG Articles, 1947-1968 (in reverse chronological order) [subseries]:
  3  
RKG Book Reviews 1955-66
  3  
"Some Notes on Opinion As Property" 2/28/68
  3  
"Mills and the Profession of Sociology" 1964
  3  
Robin M. Williams, Jr. and RKG, "Some Factors Relevant to Career Selection in Nursing," Progress Report, 6/64
  3  
"Meanwhile, Back at the Ranch" (a play) 2/64
  3  
RKG bulletins on politics in Argentina, 6-8/63
  3  
RKG, Rosenberg, Williams, Suchman, "Political Apathy, Economic Conservatism," in Society and Self, ed. Bartlett H. Stoodley, 1962
  3  
Patient delay in seeking cancer diagnosis - short articles, 1956-62
  3  
Short articles - miscellaneous, 1950-61
  3  
L'Interview a Responses Libres, 1958
  3  
RKG and Max Rails, Factors Related to Acceptance of Innovations in Bang Chan. Thailand, 6/57
  3  
RKG and Max Ralis, Factors Related to Acceptance of Innovations in Banq Chan, Thailand ( typescript)
  3  
Bureau of Applied Social Research - 20th Anniversary Address, 4/27/57
  3  
RKG, Cohen, and NeJame, "Preliminary Report on Factors Related to Delay in Seeking Diagnosis for the Danger Signals of Cancer," 6/53, pp. 1-111
  3  
RKG, Cohen, and NeJame, "Preliminary Report on Factors Related to Delay..." - Appendices
  3  
Student reactions to military service - short articles, 1953
  3  
Suchman, Williams, RKG, Student to Soldier, 1952, chs. 1-4
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Suchman, Williams, RKG, Student to Soldier, 1952, ch. ! end
  3  
RKG and Cohen, Report on the Cornell Student Body. 6/51
  3  
William Cherin Associates, "Confidential Report on Problem Drinking," 1947, pp. 1-46
  3  
William Cherin Associates, "Confidential Report on Problem Drinking," 1947 - Appendices
 
Publicity/Quotes/Citations About RKG [subseries]:
  6  
Publicity/Quotes/Citations About RKG - June, 1973-Feb, 1975 ["Schedule Discussion on First Amendment," Ithaca Journal 6/30/70; "Josephine, the Lady Plumber," Variet 6/28/73; Quello Nomination Hearings, Senate Commerce Committee, 1/74; "Here Comes Rose Goldsen Debunking TV Ithaca Journal 2/8/74; "Goldsen Attacks 'Power1 of TV, Cornell Daily Sun 4/25/74; "Sexist Semantics: What's i a Word?" Ithaca New Times 6/2/74; Carroll Carroll, "An Now A Word From...," Variety, 11/13/74; Horst Albrecht letter and manuscript, 1/75; "Rose Goldsen speaks on television's masquerade," The Ithacan, 2/6/751
  6  
"Critic of Television," Cornell Alumni News, 3/75
[by Arden Neisser - incl. fan mail, exchange w/ Robert E. Short]

  6  
Publicity/Quotes/Citations About RKG - May, 1975-Nov, 1983 ["Rose Goldsen Exposes Bare Bones of TV," Ithaca Journal 5/15/75; Kelvin Canavan, Mass Media Education, Australia, 5/75; "...To 2176, and Beyond: How Will It Feel?" Peter Kihss, "Nov. 9, '65, the City's Darkest Day, Was a Bricrht Spot as Well," New York Times 11/7/7 * Ithaca Journal 1/23/76; "Inside Academia," Cornell Daily Sun, 2/16/76; Carroll Carroll, "And Now a Word From...1 Variety, 8/4/76; "Rose Goldsen Examines Family's Hour,' Media Report to Women, 9/1/77; "It's 1984 in American living rooms." Sunday Press, Binahamton, 10/9/77 - w/ RKG letter to editor; "Professor opposes TV in schools, Ithaca Journal. 12/1/77; WBAI 12/21/77; "Tube Trauma." The MC Week, 2/27/78; Carroll Carroll, "And Now A Word From..." Variety. 5/24/78; "Just what is Farrah selling." Ithaca Journal 3/1/79; "UB Holds Conference on Soap Operas." Buffalo Courier-Express, 3/3/79; "Prof at AU: TV changing all of society," Hornell Evening Tribune, 5/18/79; "TV: Making it Accessible," Grapevine 8/28/79; The McNeil/Lehrer Report, "Soap Operas," 12/25/79; Carroll Carroll, "And Now a Word From..." Variety, 12/26/79; Tom Nugent. "TV profits and the 'mean world syndrome.1" Washington Times 11/23/831
  6  
Fonzie craze: references to Goldsen - Washington Post July 1976 [Carla Hall, "THE FONZ: Portrait of a Fad," 7/20/76; reprinted in Ithaca Journal 7/24/76]; Family Circle 1/77 [Bill Davidson, "The Fonzie Phenomenon"]
 
Publication-Related Records [subseries]:
  6  
RKG articles - distribution records 1979-80
  6  
IPI (In the Public Interest) - background materials, 1977
  6  
IPI - correspondence, 3-7/77
  6  
IPI - typescripts, articles, 3-9/77
  6  
IPI - letter, typescripts, 1/78
  6  
Center for International Policy
  6  
Center for National Security Studies, Fund for Peace, 1977
  6  
Parents Choice - sample copies, NY Times article
  6  
Parents Choice - correspondence, 1979-80
  6  
Parents Choice - correspondence, 1981
 
Values Study, 1949-1961 [subseries]:
  3  
Conferences, papers, correspondence 1949
  3  
Values Study correspondence 1950-56
  3  
Values Study correspondence 1957
  3  
Values Study correspondence 1958
  3  
Values Study correspondence 1959
  3  
Values Study correspondence 1960-61
  3  
Values Study correspondence 1972-76
  3  
Faculty seminar discussion summaries, articles, 1949
  3  
Values Study plans 1949-50
  3  
Proposals and summaries
  3  
Questionnaires 1950 and 1952
  3  
Student to Soldier study of Cornell men -questionnaires, letters 1952
  3  
Values Study - notes, chapter drafts 1952-53
  3  
What College Students Think - chapter drafts, notes
  3  
Values Study - miscellaneous c. 1951-54
  3  
Study of foreign students 1955 - memos and correspondence 1955-56
  3  
New Values Study - Carnegie 1958
  3  
Questionnaires 1958, 1964
  3  
Survey of New York State Extension agents
  3  
Values Study - book notices, newspaper articles, bibliography
  3  
Articles by Cornell Values Study researchers
  3  
Articles on values from outside Cornell
 
Radio Programs [subseries]:
 
Radio Program Scripts (in chronological order) [subseries]:
  4  
Lists of RKG radio programs 1973-80
  4  
RK6 Broadcast - "CBS documentary: 'You and the Commercial'" 4/26/73 (Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions)
  4  
A Personal Perspective on Broadcasting - Sept, 1973 -March, 1974
[Television research 9/8/73; Quello nomination hearings 2/2/74; "Rape - She Ain't What She Used To Be When Mother Was A Girl!" 2/16; Whose First Amendment? 2/26; Censorship in TV doctor shows 3/2; Censorship in TV cop shows 3/9; "The Vanderbilt Tapes" 3/16; "Repeats: the Six-Month Year" 3/25]

  4  
A Personal Perspective on Broadcasting - Apr-May, 1974
[The child as consumer 4/2; The Exorcist 4/15; "Engineering Children" 4/27; "What's in a Name? or The Case of the Swooning Canary" 5/4; "Milgram and Shetland Television and Antisocial Behavior Field Experiments" 5/11 - w/ fan letter]

  4  
Personal Perspective on Broadcasting - July-Oct, 1974
["Pitching 'Fomas' to Little Kids" 7/13 - w/ comment, and "Update" 1/6/76; "Raids on the Public Patrimony of Symbols: NAB Code Revisions" 7/20; "Today's 'Now' Movement is Tomorrow's 'Way Back When'" 8/24; "Keep the Kiddies Coming Through the Pipeline" 9/14; "Entertainment Government and Entertainment News" 10/26

  4  
Personal Perspective on Broadcasting - Jan-Nov, 1975
["Of Women and Men: Television's New Improved Product is Officially Launched on the National Market" 1/18; "Of Women and Men... and Experts... and Commercials" 1/25; "Family Listening Time: Goodie Ghettos, Baddie Ghettos' 4/26; "The Mickey Mouse Club" 5/3; "The Mickey Mouse Club II. Networking a Total Support System" n.d; "Words are a Clumsy Way of Talking" 11/18; "The Red Hot Mama That's Only Ten Years Old" 11/25]

  4  
Blowing the Whistle on Broadcasting - Jan-Apr, 1976
["Why I Blow the Whistle" 1/10; "Sign On Time: Ecological Niche for TV's Shyest Creatures" 1/17; "Daytime/Nighttime" 2/14; "Mary Hartman: II" 2/21; Mickey Mouse Club 3/13; "The Unreal and the Phony: Ore is Dangerous Stuff to Fool Around With" 3/20; Franchising 3/27; "Enchanted Talismans" 4/3; "A Television Nightmare" 4/10; "NSF Study of Effects of Advertising on Children" 4/24 - w/ letter from Bernarc Friedlander 3/31]

  4  
Blowing the Whistle on Broadcasting - May- July, 1976
[Toy conglomerates 5/1; "Toys are Big Business" 5/8; "Anatomically Correct Dolls" 5/15; "Of Play and Games and Toys... and Witches" 5/22; "When It Comes to Mealtime... There's Always McDonald's" 5/30; "Anatomically Correct - In a Manner of Speaking" 6/5 "Playtime... Indoctrination Time" 6/12; "Marbles: Endangered Species" 6/19; "Will the Real McDonald's Please Stand Up?" 6/26; "Whose Fonzie Craze?" 7/3; "Fun Promise in McDonaldland" 7/17; "Peaches and Daddy" 7/24; "Pre-Packaged Fantasies by Mattel" 7/31]

  4  
Blowing the Whistle on Broadcasting - Aug-Nov, 1976
["What Goes Into the Stockpile" 8/14; "Fashion Dolls, Dating Dolls, Consuming Dolls: And Don't Forget the PJ School Set" 8/21; "Plunging a Knife in the Heart of Ithaca" 8/28; "At Last: One Authentic Program" 9/11; Charlie's Angels 9/18; "Presidential Debates: Some Wy's and Wherefore's" 10/2; "Fun and Games and Body Images' 10/9; "From Child Safety to Welfare Handout" 10/16; "Scorn for Public Taste" 10/23; "Charlie's Angels" 10/30 (revision of 9/18 broadcast); "Bounce" 11/6; "NBC's Consent Agreement" 11/27]

  4  
Blowing the Whistle on Broadcasting - Dec, 1976-Feb, 1977
["Caricature and Satire: Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman" 12/4; "TV's Family Hour: C-Minus For the Judge 12/11; "Toy Commercials for Christmas" 12/18; "Monopoly and Anti-Monopoly" 12/25; "NEC's 'Violence in America 1/7; "'Violence in America.1 Say - You Can't Pin a Thing on Us!" 1/15; "Little Ladies of the Night" 1/22; "ROOTS: Selective Sense Impairment in Slave System and Television System" 1/29; "Advertisers Boycott Violence on TV Programs" 2/12; "Proprietary Learning Systems" 2/19; "Network: A Race Between Reality and Satire" 2/26]

  4  
Blowing the Whistle on Broadcasting - Mar-May, 1977
["Fun and Games at the Toy Fair" 3/5; "Pulsar and Shogun Warriors" 3/12; "Politicos Move Into Show Business" 3/19; "Boycotting Violence On Television" 3/26; "New York State Assembly Report on TV Commercials to Children" 4/9; "Reading Environments, Television Environments" 4/23 (rebroadcast 1/31/78) ; "One More 'Gong Show1" 4/30; "Charlie's Angels: Baby Porno" 5/7; "Seven Dirty Words" 5/14; "Lessons Brought to You By...1 5/21; "Fashion Dolls (Update)" 5/28]

  4  
Blowing the Whistle on Broadcasting - July-Sept, 1977
["Upstaging the US Constitution" 7/2; "The Plug-In Drug An Important Book" 7/16; "Raggedy Ann and Raggedy Andy" 7/23; "Cultural Assault By TV - International Scale" 7/30; "At Hanna Barbara It's Love For Sale and Love of Children, at That" 8/6; "Selling the Look" 8/13; "'Soap.1 Burlesque in the Living Room" 9/17; "Farrah: Role Model for Fourth Graders" 9/24]

  4  
Blowing the Whistle on Broadcasting - Oct-Dec, 1977
["Ronny Zamora" 10/1; "Ronald Zamora II" 10/7; "Saturda Morning Children's Ghetto" 10/15; "Godzilla" 10/22; "Th Plua-In Drua by Marie Winn" 11/1; "No More Talk Shows for Me" 11/12; "Reading: Eye-Brain Switching" 11/19; "Images, Sound, Consciousness" 11/26; "TV News - That's Show Business, Too" 12/6; "Images, Not Messages" 12/10; "Sexy Commercials" 12/17; "A Nativity Story" 12/24]

  4  
Blowing the Whistle on Broadcasting - Jan-March, 1978
["Technical Events" 1/7; "Desensitization and How It's Done" 2/14; "Alpha Waves, II. Dr. Erik Peper" 2/18; "Ho the TV Machine Befuddles Senses" 2/25; "Laws of Looking 3/4 (rebroadcast 9/6/80) ; "False and Misleading Ads: What To Do About Them? Wonders the FCC" 3/11; "Celebrities Help Commercials Bypass Reason" 3/18; "The Birth of George Whipple" 3/25]

  4  
Blowing the Whistle on Broadcasting - Apr-June, 1978
["TV Aids Promotion of Gambling Market" 4/1; "Jimmy the Greek" 4/8; "Commercials on Football Games" 4/15; "'Holocaust1 How Do You Speak of the Unspeakable" 4/22 "Psycho-Viewing" 4/29; "'Born Innocent:' The Niemi Family Sues" 5/6; "PSA's" 5/13; "Limiting Commercials Targeted to Children: Update" 6/3; "Commercials: Involuntary Learning" 6/10; "Who Gets Broadcasting Licenses?" 6/17]

  4  
Blowing the Whistle on Broadcasting - July-Sept, 1978
["Knowledge is Power" 7/1; "Skydiving Salesmen" 7/8; "The Staying Power of a Corporate Image" 7/15; "The Bic Man" 7/22; "Buying Human Attention, 1978-79 Season" 7/29; "Argentina's Image: Elena's Reality" 8/5; "PSA's and the Public Interest" 8/12; "The Osmond Family Conglomerate" 8/18; "The Super-marketing of Superman" 9/2; "TV Programs that Amass 'The Child Market"1 9/9; "What's New In Primetime Television" 9/16; "Visual Blurbs and Spiels" 9/23 (rebroadcast 1/27/81) ; "Toilet Paper Presenters" 9/30]

  4  
Blowing the Whistle on Broadcasting - Oct-Dec, 1978
["Spaghetti Doesn't Grow on Trees" 10/7; "For Your Viewing Pleasure: Disposable Incontinent Briefs" 10/21 "Mick Jagger and the Stones" (Eric Schmuckler and RKG) 10/28; "Right Brain, Left Brain" 11/11; "TV in Alaska" 12/2; "WCCO-TV's Documentary About TV" 12/9; "Toys and Games: 1978" 12/16; "A Modern Nativity Story" 12/23 (rebroadcast 12/22/79) ; "Quality Television: More of the Same" 12/30]

  4  
Blowing the Whistle on Broadcasting - Jan-Mar, 1979
["Pat Bence Talks About What TV Offers to Kids" 1/6; '" and Merchandised TV Products in the World of the Preschool Set" 1/13; "Death in the West" 1/20; "Mattel Takes Over Western Publishing" 1/27; "American Express Eyes McGraw Hill" 2/3; "Flash Cards Meet the Little Professor" (Leveen) 2/7; "Legitimating the One-Night Stand (ABC's 'Taxi')" 3/3; "Brutality Chic" 3/10; "TV Seminar for Standard Oil Execs" 3/17]

  4  
Blowing the Whistle on Broadcasting - Apr- June, 1979
["Silver Lining Department: Nuclear Breakdown Division 4/7; "Supreme Court Nixes Public Access" 5/5; "Mickey Mouse Evolves" 5/12; "Nicholas Johnson Explains HR 333 5/19; "On Inflation" 6/16; "TV's Doctored Information" 6/23]

  4  
Blowing the Whistle on Broadcasting - July-Sept, 1979
["Double-Billing and Deregulation" 7/7; "TV in Samoa" 7/21; "Videotex: A New Kind of Publishing" 8/4; "Nobody Can Do It Like McDonald's Can" 8/25; "Mattel Acquires Macmillan" 9/1; "Sexy Commercials" 9/8; "Porno: Sex Without Humanity" 9/15; "ABC Buys Macmillan" 9/22; "Carol Burnett in The Tenth Month 9/291]

  4  
Blowing the Whistle on Broadcasting - Oct-Dec, 1979
["Godzilla" 10/13; "Brand Proliferation" 10/20; "Take Back the Night" 10/27; "Time Compression" 11/3; "Repositioning 'Massagers1 " 11/16; "The Take Over of th US Embassy" 11/23; "Voice Pitch Analysis" 12/1 (rebroadcast 9/27-8 & 10/4-5/80); "Toy Commercials for Christmas" 12/8; "Toys for Christmas" (Larry Kasanoff and RKG) 12/15; "A Modern Nativity story" 12/22 (rebroadcast 12/20/80) ; "The Technology-Is-King People" (original by EB White) 12/29]

  4  
Blowing the Whistle on Broadcasting - Jan-Mar, 1980
['"TV and the Law" 1/12; Interview with Jim Teicher 1/19; "Game Shows and Public Taste" 1/26; "Frankenstein v. Frankenstein - and Who Washes the Dishes?" 2/2 (rebroadcast 10/11/80) ; "Olympic Games - Merchandising Vehicle" 2/16; "The Sale of Attention: On-Line Media, Inc. and Companion Companies" 2/23; "'Lou Grant1" 3/1; "At the Toy Fair, 1980" 3/14; "New Television Delivery Systems" 3/22; "Cable Franchises: Cutthroat Competition 3/29]

  4  
Blowing the Whistle on Broadcasting - Apr- June, 1980
["Campaign Strategy - Media Strategy" 4/5; "Deregulating Radio and the Free Market" 4/12; "Saturday Morning TV Shows Targeted to Children" 4/19; "How Networks Compete with TV's New Delivery System" 5/3; "Politics via TV Commercials: Image Creation in Campaign Commercials" 5/10; "Political Commercials" 5/17; "Creators of the Carter Image" 5/24; "The Presidential Campaign, A Carnival; Non-Voting Important" 5/31; "Getting Used to Violence and Enjoying It" 6/7; "TV Formats: Built-in Superficiality" 6/14; "Ad Hoc Networking" 6/21]

  4  
Blowing the Whistle on Broadcasting - July-Sept, 1980
["Fantasy and Reality: The Line is Hard to Draw in 'Dallas'" 7/5; "Research on Kids" 7/12; "Shaping Behavior: It's Easy" 7/19; "The Sale of Attention: On-Line Media and Such" 7/26; "Animations" 8/9; "Music Us in Advertising" 8/30]

  4  
Blowing the Whistle on Broadcasting - Oct-Dec, 1980
["Presidential Candidates Debate" 11/1; "The Presidential Extravaganza" 11/8; "TV in the Courtroom" 11/15; "Those Sexy Jeans Commercials - Children's Division" 11/22; "Violence Counts 1980" 11/28; "Election Night Stunts" 11/29; "Promoting Sneakers" 12/6; "Business and Media: I" 12/13; "Business and Media: II1 12/20; "Business and Media: III" 12/27]

  4  
Blowing the Whistle on Broadcasting - Jan-Mar, 1981
["Visual Blurbs and Spiels" 1/27 (rebroadcast from 9/23/78); "Media Monitor" 2/8; television violence 2/28 "Commercials on Pay Cable: Infomercials" 3/14; "Be a Pepper" 3/21]

  4  
Blowing the Whistle on Broadcasting - Apr-June, 1981
["Captain Kangaroo Gives Way to News" 4/4; "TV in Charge of Sex Education" 4/11; "Strawberry Shortcake and Friends" 4/18; "Subliminal Ads" 5/2; "Hole in Space" 5/9; "How the Polish Workers Made the News" 5/16; Subliminal messages 6/6; "Public TV's New Look" 6/13; Electronic communications 6/20 (draft/notes); "'The Defense of the United States'" 6/27]

  4  
Blowing the Whistle on Broadcasting - July-Nov, 1981
["Executive Suite Update: Computerized Car" 7/3; Strike call by Coalition for Better Television 7/11; "'Alice1 Awards" 9/26; "Assassinations on Television" 10/9; "Fairness Doctrine and Market Forces" 10/31; Cable systems 11/7]

  4  
Media and Lifestyles - Mar-Dec, 1982
["Interactive Cable" 3/12; "Can Childhood Survive TV?" 10/18; "Teaching How Images Communicate Meanings" 10/25; "Publishing and TV: Show and Sell" 12/5; "Teletext Systems" 11/1; "Why TV Commercials Are So Loud" 11/8 (w/ report by R.A. Haller) ; "Campaign '82 - Money Talks But It Doesn't Reason" 11/15 (draft) ; "Testimony of the Stars" 11/29 (rebroadcast 1/23/83); "Video Games Enter the Home" 12/6; Two-way TV systems 12/12; Contraceptive commercials 12/22; Mickey Mouse regresses 12/27]

  4  
Media and Lifestyles - Jan-Mar, 1983
[Information rich, information poor n.d. ; The fantasy world of television 1/3; "The Optical Video Disc Exercycle Simulator" 1/10; "DBS for 1984" 1/15; "Precocious Kids, Childish Adults" 1/17; "No More Program Standards for Children's Shows" 1/22; "Cable: Diverse Offerings or More of the Same?" 1/31; Cable networks 2/7; "NAB Code and Trojans" 2/14; "Video Games for Tots" 2/20; Telephone numbers 2/27; "The Obvious Isn't Always Visible" 3/7; "Entertainment Suicide" 3/14; "Tunnel Vision" 3/21; A Program, A Commercial - An Infomercial" 3/28]

  4  
Media and Lifestyles - Apr-June, 1983
[TV news programs 4/11; "The Power of Publicity" 4/18; "The Disney Channel" 4/25; "Pay Per View" 5/2; "'Daytime1 - A Hearst-ABC Enterprise" 5/9; "Games and Subtexts" 5/22; "Video Policy: US and Great Britain" 5/29; "The Littles Arms Race" 6/6; "Libraries Without Books" 6/12 (w/ fan memo from Adrienne McNair) ; "Video Games: The Next Generation" 6/20; "Cable Company - Federal Giveaway, S66" 6/26]

  4  
Media and Lifestyles - July-Sept, 1983
["C-Span" 7/10; "Developing the Market 'Teledelivery1 " 7/17; Dallas 7/28; "TV's Investigative Reporters" 7/31; "USA Today" 8/21; "How About a Courtroom Cable Channel?" 8/28; "The Return of the Loud Family" 9/5; "ITFS on 'Hold'" 9/11; "Media Psychotherapy" 9/18; Mr. Smith - orangutan 9/25]

  4  
Media and Lifestyles - Oct-Dec, 1983 ["Portable Phones' 10/9; "Playboy Channel" 10/23; "Subliminal Improvement' 10/30; "Radio Networks for Kids?" 11/6; "Orchestrating the News in Grenada" 11/13; "The Day After" 11/20; "The Day After 'The Day After'" 11/27; "The Crisis Game" 12/4; "Computer Games" 12/11; "With Such Program
[sic], Who Needs Commercials?" 12/18]

  4  
Media and Lifestyles - Jan-Feb, 1984
["'The Day After1 Abroad" 1/22; Smithsonian World c 1/84; Reagan's state of the union address 2/84; Some notes on fun and games 2/12]

  4  
Done broadcasts (clippings, notes) c. 4/18/82
  4  
Programs to do - notes
  4  
Program ideas - childhood/ children, toys/games 4/82ff
  4  
Program ideas - current issues 4/82ff
  4  
Program ideas - technology 4/82ff
  4  
Program ideas - TV advertisements 4/82ff
  4  
Program ideas - TV news 4/82ff
 
Radio Programs - Distribution, Correspondence [subseries]:
  4  
Broadcasts and publications mailed out Oct. 9+ - C1974
  4  
Record of programs delivered to WHCU, WVBR, NFCB, KOPN, CU Media Services - 1978-81
  4  
Cover letters - miscellaneous; distribution of broadcasts - Oct. 1982
  4  
National Federation of Community Broadcasters (NFCB) -1980
  4  
NFCB - 1981-82
  4  
Cornell Media Services - 8/80-8/82
  4  
Cornell Audio-Visual Catalog - 1980-81
  4  
Cornell Media Services Audio-Visual Catalog Supplement #1 - 1980-81
  4  
KOPN - Patricia Watkins - New Wave Television - 4-9/80
  4  
WVBR - notes and correspondence - 1974-77
  4  
WHCU - letters, notes - 1973-74
  4  
WHCU - suppression of RKG program on rape - news releases, articles - 1974
  4  
WHCU - suppression of RKG program on rape - publicity, letters, notes - 1974
  4  
WHCU - suppression of RKG program on rape -correspondence with WHCU Advisory Board - 1974
  4  
WHCU - suppression of RKG program on rape - resolution of conflict between RKG and WHCU - 2/74
  4  
WHCU - 1975-76
  4  
WHCU - notes and letter - Rudy Paolangeli - 1980
  4  
WHCU - letters to Rudy Paolangeli calling for RKG program reinstatement - 1980
 
Radio Program - Miscellaneous [subseries]:
  4  
Front sheets for program scripts - 1975
  4  
Copyright - "Blowing the Whistle on Broadcasting" - 8/76
  4  
Ithaca Journal - Radio program announcements - 4/20-7/27/74
  4  
Ithaca Journal - RKG weekly columns - 7/27-10/26/74
  4  
Ithaca Journal - "Leisure" Section - problem of access letters of support - Oct. 1974
  4  
Quickie broadcasts
[clippings, notes]

 
Radio Program Fan Mail (in reverse chronological order) [subseries]:
  6  
Fan Mail 1980-82
  6  
Fan Mail 1979
  6  
Fan Mail 1978
  6  
Fan Mail 1977
  6  
Fan Mail 1976
  6  
Fan Mail and Replies (Replies Dates 1/20-22/76)
  6  
Fan Mail Nov-Dec, 1975
  6  
Fan Mail July-Oct, 1975
  6  
Fan Mail Jan-June, 1975
  6  
Fan Mail July-Dec, 1974
  6  
Fan Mail Jan-June, 1974
  6  
Fan Mail 1973
 
Lectures, Conferences, Hearings [subseries]:
 
1977-84(in reverse chronological order)
  5  
Reconstructive Knowledge - Amherst Conference n.d. (c 1980s)
  5  
Appearances (New York State) 10/84
  5  
Association of Northamerican Colombianists conference 6/13-15/84
[Raymond Williams corresp 8-9/83]

  5  
Local Appearances 5/83 - 5/84
  5  
"Social Trends and Outlook" Conference, Ithaca 4/10/84
[text of speech on 1984; notes]

  5  
"Women & Labor Market Policy" Conference, ILR 10/5-7/84 (in honor of Alice Cook)
  5  
Monadnock Summer Lyceum, New Hampshire 8/83
[RKG - Ral Cole/David Strien corresp 2-10/83]

  5  
"Health and Society" conference, University of Barcelona 4/25/83
[RKG, "Love Canal: The Myth of Science and Politics," corresp]

  5  
Workshop on Computers and Personal Values, Hobart and William Smith Colleges 4/20-21/83
[notes c 20pp]

  5  
Conference on Culture and Communication, Temple University, Philadelphia 3/24-26/83
  5  
"The Second Age of Television" conference, New School, NYC 2/83
  5  
"Building Democratic Communications" conference, Philadelphia, 11/12-14/82
  5  
"Toward a Sustainable and Just Society" - Eco-Justice Conference, Cornell 10/22-24/82
"The Television Explosion" - Nova (PBS) 2/14/82, R 2/17 & 2/20/82 [transcript, reviews, letters, fan mail]

  5  
Ucla Colloguia - "Privacy and Democracy" 10/10-12/81 (Charles Firestone)
[transcript of RKG talk, 14 pp]

  5  
Semiotics Conference, Cornell 10/22-3/81
[RKG notes c 50pp]

  5  
"Taking Charge" conference, Washington/ DC 9/25-26/81 - Ralph Nader and Public citizen - 10th Anniversary
[Rachel Shimshak letters 9-10/81; notes 5pp]

  5  
"Taking Charge" Conference - continued
[RKG notes c 40pp]

  5  
National commission on Working Women, Washington, DC, 9/21/81
[corresp w/ Sally Steenland, Elizabeth D. Koontz 2-9/81]

  5  
American Sociological Association annual meeting, Toronto, 8/24-28/81: panel - Tom Kennedy, etc.
[notes, correspondence]

  5  
Bakery, Confectionery and Tobacco Workers union, Washington, DC (Carolyn Jacobson) Fall 1981
  5  
Local Appearances 1980-81
  5  
Edward R. Murrow Symposium, Washington state Universit 4/15-17/81
[Jerry L. Salvaggio corresp 7-11/80; RKG lecture text: "Metaphor and Language as Clues to the Meaning of New Information Technologies" 9/22/80. Invitation cancelled for financial reasons.]

  5  
Quinebaug Valley Community College 4/15/81
[Nancy Chan corresp 2-4/81, Terry Russ letter 4/22/81]

  5  
"Take Back the Night," Ithaca 4/10/81
[Susan He Herman letters 1981]

  5  
Women's Studies Colloquium, Cornell 3/24/81
[RKG notes 7pp]

  5  
"Women in the Economy," course for cooperative Ext ens i agents, Ithaca 3/23-27/81
[Paul Eberts letter 4/81]

  5  
"The Consumer and cable Television" conference, Washington, DC 2/27-28/81
[RKG letter to Sam Simon; RK notes 16pp]

  5  
"The Consumer and Cable Television" conference, expens - Washington 2/26-3/1/81
  5  
MacNeil-Lehrer Report, "Soap Operas," 12/25/80
[transcript including interview with RKG]

  5  
"Creative Approaches to Ending Sex Discrimination in Higher Education," ILR Extension, Ithaca 11/7-9/80
[Jennie Parley letter 11/80]

  5  
International Institute of Communications conference, Ottawa 9/8-11/80
  5  
International Institute of Communications conference 9/8-11/80 - position papers
  5  
IIC Conference papers II
  5  
"Future of Telecommunications" conference, Science Museum of Minnesota, St. Paul, 9/5-6/80
[corresp w/ Linda J. Camp, David Chittenden, Jim Hayden, Carol Pin 5-9/80]

  5  
"Party Line, West Virginia," public radio 9/3/80
  5  
Local appearances 1979-80
  5  
World Communication Conference, Annenberg School, Philadelphia 5/12-14/80
[corresp w/ George Gerbner, Elvira Lankford 1-7/80]

  5  
World Communication Conference 5/12-14/80 - position papers I
  5  
World Communication Conference 5/12-14/80 - position papers II
  5  
World Communication Conference - position papers III
  5  
"Stereotypes and Mass Communications: A Marriage of Convenience" - talk at Suny Binghamton Women's Studies 4/14/80
[corresp w/ Joan Smith, Patricia Rehberg 9/79-5/80]

  5  
"Television in the Developing World" conference, Winnipeg 3/29/80
[corresp w/ Jack Steinbring, Nicholas Tavuchis 12/79-3/80; Caren Deming letter 6/80; RKG lecture text: "Cultural Invasion by Television and Its Support Systems"]

  5  
"Technology; Over the Invisible Line?" conference, San Francisco 3/19-22/80
  5  
"Technology: Over the Invisible Line?" conference, 3/1 22/80 - position papers I
  5  
"Technology: Over the Invisible Line?" conference, 3/1! 22/80 - position papers II
  5  
Kenyon College, Qambier, Ohio 2/4/80 (John Macionis)
[corresp 4/79-2/80]

  5  
Hampshire College 11/10-12/79
[Herbert J. Bernstein letter 8/79; Bethany Weidner corresp 3/80]

  5  
Annenberg School conference 10/17-19/79
[corresp w/ George Gerbner, Elvira Lankford 6-10/79]

  5  
Batavia, Boces Superintendent's Conference Day 10/5/79
[Norman C. McLaughlin corresp 8-10/79]

  5  
"Party Line West Virginia," (public radio) 9/3/79
  5  
Local appearances 1977-79
  5  
Van Deerlin Committee - RKO testimony 6/28/79
[text of testimony, press release, RKG: "Public interest is in the mind of the broadcaster, says FCC." In These Times 8/22/79]

  5  
Van Deerlin Committee testimony - RKG poll 6/79
  5  
Columbus - wedding 8/10-12/
[79?]

  5  
Aspen Institute Seminar, Washington 6/27/79
[RKG notes 40pp]

  5  
Miscellaneous appearances 10/78-6/79
[Faculty workshop, Univ. of Lowell, MA 6/8; WOR radio 6/7; Psychology symposium, Alfred Univ 5/17; Wews-TV Cleveland 3/22; "Dilemma '79," Southwestern at Memphis 3/9-11; Fairbanks, Alaska lecture on TV 11/17; Paul Lazarsfeld lecture, Ctr for Rsrch on the Acts of Man, Phila 10/29]

  5  
Media Ecology conference, Saugerties 4/27-29/79 (Nail Postman)
[corresp 11/78-4/79; Jim Fowles letter 5/79]

  5  
FTC hearings on children's advertising 3/30/79
  5  
University of Manitoba - lecture on television 3/20-22/79
[Nicholas Tavuchis corresp 1-2/79; Northwest Orient corresp re difficulties on return flight 4-5/79]

  5  
"The Television Soap Opera" conference, 8UNY- Buffalo 3/15-16/79
[Mary B. Cassata corresp 9/78-3/79]

  5  
Sage Chapel Convocation: RKG, "Reflections on Myth/ Parable and Human Consciousness," 2/25/79
  5  
"A Death in the Family/" Wcco-TV/ Minneapolis 12/3/78
[script; letters to Jim Hayden, James M. Rupp letter 11-12/78]

  5  
"American Women in Radio and Television" conference/ Rochester 10/14/78
[letters from Dorothy Cotton, Mrs. Gerry Walker 8-10/78; RKG notes 13pp]

  5  
American Legal Studies Association conference/ Rutgers 3/16/78 (Ethan Katsch)
[corresp 11/77-3/78; RKG lecture text: "Public Policy Concerning False and Deceptive TV Commercials" ]

  5  
Muskingum College convocation/ New Concord/ Ohio 3/1/7
[Katherine Schnitker corresp 4/77-3/78]

  5  
"Ethics of the Midway" - paper delivered at Cornell Symposium/ panel on "Ethics and Public Life" 2/11/78
[text llpp]

  5  
New York State Assembly Committee on Agriculture/ Hearings on Advertising Food to Children - RKG testimony, 11/18/77
  5  
RKG Statement on American Television and Communication Co. franchise, 6/13/77
 
RKG Lectures, Testimony, TV Program 1973-76 (in reverse chronological order)
  6  
Aclu Round Table: "Limits to the First Amendment," Cornell University, 2/14/76 - RKG paper
  6  
"Shaw's View of Women," RKG lecture at Cornell 10/9/75
[text, notes]

  6  
Shaw at Cornell 10/75
[RKG notes]

  6  
Shaw on laughter, good guys/bad guys, humor, artistic vision
[RKG notes]

  6  
"Changing Images of Women," lecture at Cornell 1/22/75
[review by Judith Bayard in Dialogue: A Newsletter for Cornell Women at Work]

  6  
RKG testimony on Quello nomination to FCC 1/30/74; "The Practicality of Symbols" 1/30/74; radio program 2/2/74
  6  
RKG lecture on Polls and Culture Power - transcript: "Philadelphia Communications"
[c. 1973/4]

  6  
Surgeon General's Report by the Scientific Advisory Committee on Television and Social Behavior - RKG testimony 3/10/72; letter to Howard Eaton 11/13/71; radio program 9/8/73
  6  
RKG, "What's Behind the Fig Leaf of TV?" - Act 3, WCIC-TV (Ithaca, NY) 5/29/73)
 
The Show and Tell Machine [subseries]:
  6  
Elsevier - Scientific Publishing, 1975-76
  6  
Harcourt Brace Jovanovitch, Inc. - Judith Greissman
  6  
Inquiries - Publication Possibilities - Unclassified
  6  
McGraw-Hill Book Company
  6  
Allan Ravage (Literary Agent)
  6  
Book Prospectus - July 31, 1975
  6  
Book Excerpts - 1975, 1977
  6  
Dial contract - 1977
  6  
Dial Press correspondence - 1976-79
  6  
Pre-publication comments and correspondence - mostly 7 10/77
  6  
Publicity - general
  6  
Publicity - address labels for prepublication notice
  6  
Publicity - television, radio
  6  
Circulation of bound galleys, selections - 1975-77
  6  
Corrections for public circulating use
  6  
Promotion - inquiries to agencies that arrange lecture: 7-8/77
  6  
RKG biographical summary prepared for Publicity Department
  6  
RKG expense receipts - Nov. 1977
  6  
Complimentary copies - 1977
  6  
Complimentary copies - 1978
  6  
Publicity - post-publication
  6  
Fan mail
  6  
Published reviews
  6  
Published reviews - Contemporarv Psychology
[correspondence w/ John Darley, reviewer]

  6  
Overseas rights, reviews
  6  
Paperback, reprints and excerpts
  6  
Dell Books - royalty statements, book order
  6  
Book draft (bound): Television: The Product is You
[c. 1975]

 
The Show And Tell Machine - Book Drafts (previous title - Television: The Product is You)
  7  
Front material: Title Page, Contents, Foreword
  7  
Chapter 1 - "The Television Environment: Stage Set for Desensitization"
  7  
Chapter 1, continued 1
  7  
Chapter 1, continued 2
  7  
Chapter 2 - "Desensitization and Resensitization: Erosion of Family Feelings"
  7  
Chapter 2, continued
  7  
Chapter 3 - "The Family in Primetime"
  7  
Chapter 3, continued
  7  
Chapter 4 - "Assembling the Child Market"
  7  
Chapter 5 - "Keep the Child Coming Through the Pipeline
  7  
Chapter 6 - "People and Spaces, People in Spaces"
  7  
Chapter 7 - "Two Laughs a Minute"
  7  
Chapter 8 - "Cooking Up Audiences"
  7  
Chapter 9 - "Saturating the Sound Environment"
  7  
Chapter 10 - "Forms of Address"
  7  
Chapter 11 - "Words Are a Clumsy Way of Talking"
  7  
Chapter 11, continued
  7  
Chapter 12 - "Involuntary Servitude"
  7  
Chapter 13 - "One Size Fits All: Ratings Stack the Harvest"
  7  
Chapter 14 - "Buying, Selling, and Engineering Software in the Culture Industry"
  7  
Chapter 15 - "Research With and Without Informed Consent"
  7  
Chapter 16 - "Engineering the Appeals to the Child Market"
  7  
Chapter 17 - "Media Research in the Service of Control Not With a Bang, But a Whimper"
  7  
Chapter 18 - "The State is the Good Guy"
  7  
"Uniforms and Career Apparel"
[subject matter similar Chapter 18]

  7  
Chapter 19 - "Literacy Without Books: Sesame Street"
  7  
Chapter 20 - "The Marketing of Auras"
  7  
"The Mickey Mouse Club: Initiation Into Consumerhood"
[subject matter similar to Chapter 20]

  7  
Chapter 21 - "Command/ Obey. Thought/Imagination. Ford/Disney."
  7  
Footnotes - Jan. 13, 1977
  7  
Index, Bibliography