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Author: Randall Harrison
ISBN: 0803916213
Subcategory: Words Language & Grammar
Pages 150 pages
Publisher SAGE Publications, Inc (July 1, 1981)
Language English
Category: Reference
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eBook The Cartoon: Communication to the Quick (Commtext Series) download

by Randall Harrison


This little book analyses cartoons and comic strips with verve, intelligence and rare clarity. information Design Journal, vol 3 1982.

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The Cartoon: Communication to the Quick. Beverly Hills: Sage, 1981. Harvey, Robert C. Comedy at the Juncture of Word and Image: The Emergence of the Modern Magazine Gag Cartoon Reveals the Vital Blend. Varnum and Gibbons 75-96. Describing and Discarding ‘Comics’ as an Impotent Act of Philosophical Rigor. Hungerford, Amy.

The Commtext book series by multiple authors includes books Media Economics: Concepts and Issues, The Cartoon: Communication to the Quick, Movies as Mass Communication, and several more. Media Economics: Concepts and Issues. The Cartoon: Communication to the Quick. Movies as Mass Communication. Garth S. Jowett, James M. Linton.

Harrison considers how the cartoon works as a form of communication -- why it affects us so quickly and deeply: how the cartoon is conceived, developed and disseminated; and what major issues still face researchers in attempting to understand its impact on people.

′This little book analyses cartoons and comic strips with verve, intelligence and rare clarity.′ -- information Design Journal, vol 3 1982