3 edition of Demassification found in the catalog.
M. M. Stuckey
|Statement||M.M. Stuckey ; edited by Larry A. Pape.|
|Contributions||Pape, Larry A.|
|LC Classifications||HF5548.2 .S8345 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
|LC Control Number||89084632|
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Demassification definition, to cause (society or a social system) to become less uniform or centralized; diversify or decentralize: to demassify the federal government.
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One of the traditions of U.S. Journalism that was born in the Constitution is that it. Get this from a library. Demassification: a cost comparison of micro vs. mini: why conventional computer wisdom may not be wisdom at all.
[M M Stuckey; Larry A Pape]. While our book systematically foreshadowed the demassification of economic production and society, Morelli noted, we had made no mention of what he called “the most important change in Author: ALVIN TOFFLER And HEIDI TOFFLER.
Demassification refers to a trend of customer groups being segmented into smaller, specialized groups responding to narrowly targeted messages. Rising personal selling costs, market demassification, and pressures for advertising accountability are often-mentioned forces accounting for the recent surge of interest in direct marketing.
Although Volokh leans libertarian, what he foresaw — “the demassification of the mass media” — led him to conclude: “The law of speech is premised on certain (often unspoken) assumptions.