Thursday, February 01, 2007

Chapter 1

Starr, Paul. The Creation of the Media, Political Orgins of Modern Communications.
The same concern for the keeping society in check also constrained the development of education and literacacy. In the seventeeth century, England experience an "educational revolution" as schools become more widely available through efforts largely independent state. But the spread of schooling fell far short of becoming universal; the adult male literacy rate in England, measured by signatures, stalled around 60 percent through the eighteenth century (40, Starr).

This Statement is found true in today's society it shows that education is important and the key to success. That people in society would not function if the people did not have education


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