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Publication Manual Of the American Psychological Association

Publication Manual Of the American Psychological Association

by American Psychological Association

Presents a style manual that covers manuscript structure and content, writing style, grammar, quotations, tables, footnotes, results display, and source citation for psychological and social sciences literature. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus

Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus

by John Gray

Once upon a time Martians and Venusians met, fell in love, and had happy relationships together because they respected and accepted their differences. Then they came to Earth and amnesia set in: they forgot they were from different planets.Based on years of successful counseling of couples and individuals, Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus has helped millions of couples transform their relationships. Now viewed as a modern classic, this phenomenal book has helped men and women realize how different... Read more about this item
Art Of Public Speaking

Art Of Public Speaking

by Stephen E Lucas

The Art of Public Speaking 11e continues to define the art of being the best by helping today’s students become capable, responsible speakers and thinkers. With a strong focus on the practical skills of public speaking and grounded in classical and contemporary theories of rhetoric, The Art of Public Speaking offers full coverage of all major aspects of speech preparation and presentation. Utilizing the full suite of resources, students learn to internalize the principles of public speaking, build... Read more about this item
Amusing Ourselves To Death

Amusing Ourselves To Death

by Neil Postman

Originally published in 1985, Neil Postmans groundbreaking polemic about the corrosive effects of television on our politics and public discourse has been hailed as a twenty-first-century book published in the twentieth century. Now, with television joined by more sophisticated electronic mediafrom the Internet to cell phones to DVDsit has taken on even greater significance. Amusing Ourselves to Death is a prophetic look at what happens when politics, journalism, education, and even religion become... Read more about this item
Manufacturing Consent

Manufacturing Consent

by Edward S Herman|Noam Chomsky

Manufacturing Consent: The Political Economy of the Mass Media is a book by Edward S. Herman and Noam Chomsky, first published in 1988. The title makes use of the catch phrase coined by Walter Lippmann in Public Opinion.
Personal History

Personal History

by Katharine Graham

Personal History is the autobiography of Katharine Graham. It was published in 1997 and won the Pulitzer Prize for Biography or Autobiography in 1998. The book received widespread critical acclaim for its candour in dealing with her husband's mental illness, and the challenges she faced in a male-dominated working environment.
Screenplay

Screenplay

by Syd Field

A screenplay or script is a written work that is made especially for a film or television program. Screenplays can be original works or adaptations from existing pieces of writing. A play for television is known as a teleplay.
The Way Things Ought To Be

The Way Things Ought To Be

by Rush Limbaugh

Radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh offered a way of life for millions of avid and devoted listeners. Every day this comic conservative of the airwaves with “talent on loan from God”​​ entertained, provoked, and persuaded friends and enemies alike in a no-holds-barred radio show that drew one of the largest audiences in radio history.
Berlin Diary

Berlin Diary

by William L Shirer

Berlin Diary (1934-1941) is a first-hand account of the rise of the Third Reich and its road to war, as witnessed by the American journalist William L. Shirer. Shirer, a radio reporter for CBS, covered Germany for several years until the Nazi press censors made it impossible for him to report objectively to his listeners in the United States; feeling increasingly uncomfortable, he left the country.
Mommie Dearest

Mommie Dearest

by Christina Crawford

Mommie Dearest is a memoir and exposé written by Christina Crawford, the adopted daughter of actress Joan Crawford. The book was published in 1978. The book depicts Christina's childhood and her relationship with her mother.
Technopoly

Technopoly

by Neil Postman

Includes bibliographical references (p. [207]-210) and index.
Hollywood Babylon

Hollywood Babylon

by Kenneth Anger

Hollywood Babylon is a book by avant-garde filmmaker Kenneth Anger which details the sordid scandals of many famous and infamous Hollywood denizens from the 1900s to the 1950s. First published in the US in 1965, it was banned ten days later and would not be republished until 1975. Upon its second release, the New York Times said of it, "If a book such as this can be said to have charm, it lies in the fact that here is a book without one single redeeming merit."
After All

After All

by Mary Tyler Moore

The actress recounts her life and career up to the present, from her tough Brooklyn-to-Hollywood childhood, to her long marriage to Grant Tinker and their painful divorce, the loss of her son, and her struggles with alcoholism.
Wishful Drinking

Wishful Drinking

by Carrie Fisher

Wishful Drinking is a biographical book by actress and author Carrie Fisher that was published in 2008.
Born Standing Up

Born Standing Up

by Steve Martin

Born Standing Up: A Comic's Life is a memoir, released November 20, 2007, by Steve Martin, an American author, actor, comedian, executive producer, playwright and screenwriter. It chronicles his early life, his days working for Disneyland, working at low tier coffee shops and clubs as a comedic act, his later days of the Bird Cage, his relationships, his eventual fame, and the reason why he quit standup in 1981 all together.
Short Guide To Writing About Film

Short Guide To Writing About Film

by Timothy Corrigan

Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Doris Day

Doris Day

by A E Hotchner

Biography of Doris Day with 36 pages of photographs and filmography. This unusual collaboration in the form of an autobiography brings together a highly skilled professional writer and the film superstar who never enjoyed being thought of as Miss Goody Two-shoes. For the first time, Doris Day tells the story behind the headlines of her private life- three marriages, real and rumored affairs, and professional triumphs countered by personal tragedies. At thirteen Doris was in a car hit by a train, and for... Read more about this item
Making Movies

Making Movies

by Sidney Lumet

Ogilvy On Advertising

Ogilvy On Advertising

by David Ogilvy

See, I Told You So

See, I Told You So

by Rush Limbaugh

Film Art

Film Art

by David; Thompson, Kristin Bordwell

A Book

A Book

by Desi Arnaz

Understanding Media

Understanding Media

by Marshall McLuhan

Media & Communication Books & Ephemera

The Small Publisher

The Small Publisher

by Audrey and Philip Ward

Never a Shot In Anger

Never a Shot In Anger

by Oldfield, Barney

A Time Of Change

A Time Of Change

by Salisbury, Harrison

Publishing and Bookselling

Publishing and Bookselling

by Mumby, Frank Arthur

Merv

Merv

by Griffin, Merv