The Radio Handbook by W W Smith

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S. was much more effective in controlling the reorganization of the democratic process and of cultural life in Austria. S. culture. S. S. occupation force) prepared the culture for a positive attitude toward everything American. The ISB became particularly active within the realm of symbolic capital: press, radio, publications, information, film, theater, and music. S. emphasized similarities within a European-American culture and attempted a conscious exclusion of African American culture and mixed cultural forms.

Their newly acquired independence (and I cut a very complex argument very short at this point) challenged the authority of a concerned male-dominated public. In response, the argument that was put forth against the female shopper claimed that the wide variety of consumer goods on display in department stores were a moral threat to easily seduced females. Mindless women shoppers would be poisoned by consumer products, an unhealthy desire for glamour and romance would be incited, and their senses would become confused (Nava, 63).

2 The controversy around the movie’s frankness only increased its success among young adolescents. Intense negative reaction to the movie would explode once again at the Venice Film Festival in late October 1955. Mrs. Claire Booth-Luce, then ambassador to Italy, became so angered by Jungle’s portrayal of violent American adults that she forced the picture’s withdrawal from the festival. The ambassador’s action, which was fully covered by the world press, again increased the controversy surrounding Jungle.

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