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Media, Film and Communication
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Communication and Mass Media Complete
Communication & Mass Media Complete (CMMC) is a robust communication studies database. It provides full-text, indexing, and abstracts for many top communication journals covering all related disciplines, including media studies, linguistics, rhetoric, and discourse.
Communication and Mass Media Collection
Communications and Mass Media brings together information found in more than 400 journals. Nearly 3 million articles on all aspects of the communications field, including advertising, public relations, linguistics, and literature, meet the needs of researchers.
Film Index International
This essential tool for film studies, created by the International Federation of Film Archives (FIAF), indexes more than 500,000 articles from 340 of the world's foremost academic and popular film journals, dating from 1972 onward. The database also incorporates the International Index to TV Periodicals; Treasures from the Film Archives, which identifies silent film holdings in archives around the world, and the International Directory of Film/TV Documentation Collections.
FIAF International Index to Film Periodicals Database (ProQuest)
The full-text version of the index, FIAF International of Film Periodicals Plus, adds searchable full text from many of the most important FIAF journals, including full-text coverage of FIAF index records from key titles such as Sight and Sound and Positif.
The largest online encyclopedia in the world. It has millions of entries. It is distinguished from many other encyclopedias in that its entries are developed and modified by lay users rather than experts.
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