Key Concepts in Radio Studies

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Hugh Chignell

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    Fifty Key Concepts in Gender Studies

    Jane Pilcher and Imelda Whelehan

    Key Concepts in Medical Sociology

    Jonathan Gabe, Mike Bury and Mary Ann Elston

    Key Concepts in Leisure Studies

    David Harris

    Key Concepts in Critical Social Theory

    Nick Crossley

    Key Concepts in Urban Studies

    Mark Gottdiener and Leslie Budd

    Key Concepts in Mental Health

    David Pilgrim

    Key Concepts in Journalism Studies

    Bob Franklin, Martin Hamer, Mark Hanna, Marie Kinsey and John Richardson

    Key Concepts in Political Communication

    Darren G. Lilleker

    Key Concepts in Teaching Primary Mathematics

    Derek Haylock

    Key Concepts in Work

    Paul Blyton and Jean Jenkins

    Key Concepts in Nursing

    Edited by Elizabeth Mason-Whitehead, Annette McIntosh, Ann Bryan, Tom Mason

    Key Concepts in Childhood Studies

    Allison James and Adrian James

    Key Concepts in Public Relations

    Bob Franklin, Mike Hogan, Quentin Langley, Nick Mosdell and Elliot Pill

    The SAGE Key Concepts series provides students with accessible and authoritative knowledge of the essential topics in a variety of disciplines. Cross-referenced throughout, the format encourages critical evaluation through understanding. Written by experienced and respected academics, the books are indispensable study aids and guides to comprehension.

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    Hendy, D. (2000) Radio in the Global Age. London: Polity Press.
    Hendy, D. (2007) Life on Air: A History of Radio Four. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
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