The Menace of the Corporate Newspaper: Fact Or Fiction?
Iowa State University Press, 1996 - 355 pages
This text studies the origins and effects of the corporate form of newspaper organisation. It explores the controversies surrounding corporate ownership through a review of the literature as well as by means of empirical research.
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The Problem of the Corporate Newspaper
History of the Corporate Newspaper
Classical Theories of Organizational Structure
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