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BECABroadcast and Electronic Communication Arts (San Francisco State University; San Francisco, CA)
BECABiosciences Eastern and Central Africa (Kenya)
BECABritish Exhibition Contractors Association
BECABusiness Events Council of Australia (est. 1994)
BECABiblioteca Electronica Caribe Edicion (Spanish: Caribbean Professional Electronic Library; software)
BECABilingual Education for Central America (New York, NY)
BECABuilding Entrepreneurial Communities Act (Nebraska)
BECABahrain Exhibition and Convention Authority (Manama, Bahrain)
BECABethlehem Catholic High School (Bethlehem, PA)
BECABusiness Enterprise Centres Australia (est. 1999)
BECABritish Electrostatic Control Association (UK)
BECABakersfield Emerging Contemporary Artists (California)
BECABorder Environmental Commerce Alliance
BECABusiness Equipment Center of Atlanta (Georgia)
BECABorg Early Career Award (Committee on the Status of Women in Computing Research)
BECABelair-Edison Community Association (Maryland)
BECABureau of Education and Cultural Affairs
BECABilingual Education Collaborating Alliance (Texas)
BECABasic Exchange and Cooperation Agreement (National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency; US DoD)
BECABusiness Education and Community Alliance (St. Mary's County, Maryland Chamber of Commerce)
BECABasket Etudiant Club Aulnaysien (French student basketball club)
BECABournemouth East Conservative Association (UK)
BECABilingual Educators' Career Advancement Program (California State University)
BECABinary Effective Coefficient Algorithm
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Berger (broadcast and electronic communication arts, San Francisco State U.) supplies students and professionals with a dictionary of about 100 advertising and marketing terms and concepts.
Berger (emeritus, broadcast and electronic communication arts, San Francisco State U.) introduces a range of methods of media and communications research, encouraging students to approach their topics with multiple perspectives and methods.
Berger (broadcast and electronic communication arts, San Francisco State U.) introduces students to semiotics using examples from 25 iconic locations, buildings, and places in the US, from the Grand Canyon to Graceland to the World Trade Center, to show how semiotics can serve as a lens for understanding them.
Berger (emeritus broadcast and electronic communication arts, San Francisco State U.) sets out six methodologies that students can use in various permutations and combinations to analyze material culture.
This reprint contains a new introduction by Berger, a retired professor of broadcast and electronic communication arts at San Francisco State U.
Berger is professor emeritus of broadcast and electronic communication arts at San Francisco State U.
Berger (emeritus, broadcast and electronic communication arts, San Francisco State U.), the subject of whose doctoral dissertation was the comic strip Li'l Abner, sprinkles his text with whimsical b&w cartoon illustrations.
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