Keio Communication Review:
International Journal of Journalism, Media and Communications
The Keio Communication Review is the official English publication of the Institute for Journalism, Media and Communication Studies, Keio University. The Keio Communication Review publishes original research articles, research notes, book reviews that have to do with journalism, media and communications in Asia and beyond.
YAMAKOSHI Shuzo, Ph.D.
Institute for Journalism, Media and Communication Studies,
Mita 2-15-45, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 108-8345, JAPAN
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Articles in Journals:
CHANG Won (1981). “Vertical Integration of Mass Media in Japan”. Gazette, 27(3): 181-192.
Articles in Newspapers and Magazines:
New York Times (1985). “Recent Fashion in Warsaw”. November 30: 7.
Articles in Edited Books:
LENT John A. & GIFFARD C. Anthony (1982). “The Age of Awareness in Global Mass Communications”. In DERVIN Brenda & VOIGT Melvin J. (eds.), Progress in Communication Sciences, Vol. Ⅲ. Norwood, NJ: Ablex. 163-201.
Reports and Monographs:
Ministry of International Trade and Industry (1963). Eiga Sangyo Hakusho [White Paper on Motion Pictures]. Tokyo: Author.
LEE Chin-Chuan (1980). Media Imperialism Reconsidered: The Homogenizing of Television Culture. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage.
SELLTIZ Claire, WRIGHTSMAN Lawrence S., & COOK Stuart W. (1976). Research Methods in Social Relations (3rd ed.). New York, NY: Holt, Rinehart & Winston.
Ministry of Agriculture and Commerce (1971). Shokkoh Jijoh [Conditions of Factory Workers]. In Seikatsu Koten Sohsho, 4. Tokyo: Kohseikan. (Original work published 1903).
FUKUTAKE Sunao, HIDAKA Rokuro, & TAKAHASHI Akira (eds.) (1958). Shakaigaku Jiten [Dictionary of Sociology]. Tokyo: Yuhikaku.
Non-English Language Literature:
ISHIGE Naomichi (1987). “I to Shoku to Juh to [Food, Clothing and Shelter]”. In SOFUE Takao (ed.), Nihonjin wa Doh Kawattanoka. Tokyo: Nihon Hoso Shuppan Kyokai. 33-48.