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The Show and Tell Machine [subseries]:
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Elsevier - Scientific Publishing, 1975-76
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Harcourt Brace Jovanovitch, Inc. - Judith Greissman
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Inquiries - Publication Possibilities - Unclassified
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McGraw-Hill Book Company
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Allan Ravage (Literary Agent)
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Book Prospectus - July 31, 1975
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Book Excerpts - 1975, 1977
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Dial contract - 1977
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Dial Press correspondence - 1976-79
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Pre-publication comments and correspondence - mostly 7 10/77
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Publicity - general
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Publicity - address labels for prepublication notice
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Publicity - television, radio
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Circulation of bound galleys, selections - 1975-77
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Corrections for public circulating use
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Promotion - inquiries to agencies that arrange lecture: 7-8/77
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RKG biographical summary prepared for Publicity Department
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RKG expense receipts - Nov. 1977
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Complimentary copies - 1977
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Complimentary copies - 1978
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Publicity - post-publication
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Fan mail
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Published reviews
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Published reviews - Contemporarv Psychology
[correspondence w/ John Darley, reviewer]

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

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

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

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