AV communication review

, Volume 22, Issue 2, pp 191–216 | Cite as

Book reviews

  • John B. Haney


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  1. a.
    Volume I: The Affective Domain. A Resource Book for Media Specialists. Washington, D. C.: Gryphon House, 1972. 163 pages. $4.95, paper.Google Scholar
  2. b.
    Volume II: The Cognitive Domain. A Resource Book for Media Specialists. Washington, D. C.: Gryphon House, 1972. 240 pages. $4.95, paper.Google Scholar
  3. c.
    Volume III: The Psychomotor Domain. A Resource Book for Media Specialists. Washington, D. C.: Gryphon House, 1972. 149 pages. $4.95. paper.Google Scholar
  4. d.
    Banneker: A Case Study of Educational Change, by John A. Wilson. Homewood, Illinois: ETC Publications, 1973. 120 pages. $7.75.Google Scholar
  5. e.
    Toward Instructional Accountability: A Practical Guide to Educational Change, edited by John E. Roueche and Barton R. Herrscher. Palo Alto, California: Westinghouse Learning Press, 1973. 216 pages. $6.00, paper.Google Scholar
  6. f.
    A Primer of Visual Literacy, by Donis A. Dondis. Cambridge, Massachusetts: The MIT Press, 1973. 194 pages. $9.95.Google Scholar
  7. g.
    Extending Education Through Technology: Selected Writings by James D. Finn on Instructional Technology, edited by Ronald J. McBeath. Washington, D.C.: Association for Educational Communications and Technology, 1972. 334 pages. $9.95. $7.95, paper.Google Scholar


  1. 1.
    An up-to-date bibliography may be found in J. P. Murray, Television violence-implications of the Surgeon General’s report,American Psychologist, June, 1973.Google Scholar
  2. 2.
    For a recent review see C. E. Thoresen, (Ed.), Behavior modification in education,The 72nd Yearbook of the National Society for the Study of Education, Part I. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1973.Google Scholar
  3. 3.
    For some recent pertinent reactions see various articles inEducational Technology, Vol. 13, November, 1973.Google Scholar
  4. 4.
    On the issues surrounding the question of behavioral objectives see, in addition to articles in Educational Technology previously mentioned, the article by J. MacDonald-Ross, Behavioral objectives-a critical review,Instructional Science, Vol. 2, No. 1 (May, 1973).Google Scholar
  5. 5.
    See A. Jensen, How much can we boost I.Q. and scholastic achievement?Harvard Educational Review, 1969,39, 1–123, which was a principal stimulus for the current arguments.Google Scholar

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