Amateur Radio Techniques by Pat Hawker, D.E. Cole

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Fabian Essays in Socialist Thought (London: Heinemann Educational and Gower, 1984), pp. 1–13. POLITICS, PARTIES AND THE MEDIA IN BRITAIN 25 9. See, for example, Paul Willis, Sacred and Profane Culture (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1977) and Richard Hebdidge, Revolt into Style (London: Paladin, 1979). 10. Seabrook, Unemployment (London: Paladin, 1983). 11. ), Unemployment (London: Methuen, 1981), p. 9. 12. In fact Seabrook seems to consider the material improvement in the conditions of the unemployed as the cause of a greater misery in comparison with the 1930s.

Gladys and Kurt Lang, The Battle for Public Opinion: the President, the Press and the Polls during Watergate (New York: Columbia University Press, 1983), p. 305. 34. Colin Seymour-Ure, ‘Political Parties and the Media’, in Studies on the Press, Royal Commission on the Press, Working Paper No. 3 (London: HMSO, 1977). 35. ), Privacy (Chichester: John Wiley, 1978), p. 181. 36. Hearst, ‘The Development of Cable Systems and Services’, Political Quarterly, Vol. 54, No. 3 (July/Sept. 1983), p. 388. 26 BROADCASTING AND POLITICS IN WESTERN EUROPE 37.

Although it has been criticised,48 the concept that what you do in private (as long as it ‘harms’ no one else) is not a matter for the law has been the basis of the reforms dealing with prostitution, abortion and homosexuality, and has established the background for discussion of political and cultural expression. 49 There are three important consequences of these developments. First, as has already been suggested, radical, oppositional and non-conventional material is most under threat and most likely to be inhibited under the combined influence of the new, more censorious nature of public policy.

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