By Susan J. Douglas
Few innovations evoke such nostalgia, such deeply own and shiny thoughts as radio—from Amos ’n’ Andy and Edward R. Murrow to Wolfman Jack and Howard Stern. Listening In is the 1st in-depth background of the way radio tradition and content material have kneaded and extended the yankee psyche.
But Listening In is greater than a heritage. it's also a reconsideration of what hearing radio has performed to American tradition within the 20th century and the way it has introduced a very new auditory measurement to our lives. Susan Douglas explores how listening has altered our day by day reviews and our personal generational identities, cultivating various modes of listening in numerous eras; how radio has formed our perspectives of race, gender roles, ethnic obstacles, family members dynamics, management, and the iteration hole. together with her trademark wit, Douglas has created an eminently readable cultural heritage of radio.
"Douglas’s brilliant ebook deals a worldly historical past of radio listening." —Journal of yankee heritage
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