Comprises 18 contributions from the US, the UK, and Australia on the motor car as a cultural phenomenon which has come to dominate the 20th century. The contributors come at the subject from a variety of disciplines, including semiotics, social history, literary and film criticism, and musicology. Tmagazine sectors and on commercial radio was extensive but in commercial television, which saw significant expansion in that ... the Volvo 850 scored highly, with those for the Citroen AX and the Vauxhall Corsa also attracting support from viewers (Mills, 1996, 56). ... criticism and controversy for their methods of persuasion and their activities are regulated by agreed and enforceable codes of conduct.
|Title||:||The Motor Car and Popular Culture in the 20th Century|
|Author||:||David Thoms, Len Holden, Tim Claydon|
|Publisher||:||Ashgate Publishing - 1998|