Hagley perspectives on business and culture.
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pt. 1. Affect and the politics of listening Distracted listening : on not making sound choices in the 1930s / David Goodman "Her voice a bullet" : imaginary propaganda and the legendary broadcasters of World War II / Ann Elizabeth Pfau and David Hochfelder "Savage dissonance" : gender, voice, and women's radio speech in Argentina, 1930-1945 / Christine Ehrick pt. 2. Sonic objects Collectors, bootleggers, and the value of jazz, 1930-1952 / Alex Cummings High-fidelity sound as spectacle and sublime, 1950-1961 / Eric D. Barry pt. 3. Hearing order Occupied listeners : the legacies of interwar radio for France during World War II / Derek W. Vaillant An audible sense of order : race, fear, and CB radio on Los Angeles freeways in the 1970s / Angela M. Blake pt. 4. Sound commerce "The people's orchestra" : jukeboxes as the measure of popular musical taste in the 1930s and 1940s / Chris Rasmussen Sounds local : the competition for space and place in early U.S. radio / Bill Kirkpatrick The sound of print : newspapers and the public promotion of early radio broadcasting in the United States / Michael Stamm.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.