The media as a cultural problem: Max Weber's sociology of the press

History of the Human Sciences 11 (2):107-110 (1998)
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During 1909 and 1910, Max Weber planned a major study of the con temporary newspaper business. Although the project eventually col lapsed, he did draft an outline proposal which is here translated into English for the first time



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