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MC 382 - Media History

A resource guide for students taking Mass Media's MC 382 - Media History.


This resource guide was created to help the students of MC 382 - Media History to research and find relevant resources for the three main class projects: First Amendment mini-lesson, underrepresented media figure nomination, and media milestone. 

This guide has been divided into these three projects to help with ease. You will see some overlap of databases listed. Please feel being your research with the resources listed below and/or the other resources found on the Kent Library's Articles and Database page. 

First Amendment Mini Lesson

The First Amendment of the Constitution of the United States addresses five key freedoms: freedom of religion, freedom of speech, freedom of the press, freedom for people to peaceably assemble, and freedom for people to petition the Government for a redress of grievances. The resources below can help you find sources for any of these five areas. 

Underrepresented Media Figure Nomination

Media Milestone

Other Resources