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The two documents in the Radio Conference of Cairo subseries are full text copies of the radio agreements describing acceptable and unlawful use of the radio in attempts to influence populations beyond a nation's borders.
Documents in this subseries detail the efforts made by the USIS to inform foreign peoples about the United States and its values through various publications. Some examples in this subseries include the report of the effectiveness of an Italian agazine and guidelines for foreign magazine publications.
This subseries containes unique items of the time period that distinguish it from other eras. Some interesting items of note include candy wrappers with U.S. army propaganda, an assortment of pro U.S. booklets in various languages, shoe lace packaging depicting the hanging of Hitler and Mossolini, and a hitler/Tojo pin cushion.
This subseries consists of materials that were issued to spread the recognition and outreach of Riegel's study in Belgium. The majority of items are press releases informing individuals how they can participate and for participants to follow through with their questionnaires.
This subseries consists of materials that were essential to Riegel's survey. Items of note in this subseries include Riegel's project proposal, sample questionnaires and instructions to participants and project assistants.
Riegel conducted a study surveying belgians who participated in an educational exchange program with the United States, trying to answer whether educational exchange programs affect the participant's perception of the country they visited in the long term. This subseries contains materials related to that study including questionnaires, correspondents, data on participants, and publications.
The Journalism 101 course focused on the principles of Journalism. Within this subseries are documents related to the course including syllabi, class handouts, quizzes, exams, and other materials Riegel had that were relevant to the course.
Journalism 102 was a course that covered the principles of Journalism, and at times was a continuation of Journalism 101 to create a year long class. Items in this subseries consist of course syllabi, class handouts, quizzes, exams, lecture notes and other material Riegel had that was relevant to the course.
Riegel's public oppinion course focused on the purpose and manner of polling, specifically as a pulse of American Democracy. It elaborated on how to conduct polls and how they influence and show the views of the public. Items in this subseries consist of course syllabi, lecutre notes, and other related materials.
Riegel's Literary Critism course focused on the purpose and manner in which one critiques a written work. Riegel emphasized the different critical theories by different reviewers and had students study reviewers and conduct their own reviews using the fundamentals taught in the course. Items in this subseries consist of course syllabi, class handouts, quizzes, exams, lecture notes, and other material related to the course.
The Journalism Department's Short Story Writing Course focused on the elements of a short story and its goal of portraying life as the author sees it from their own lens. within the course, students were expected to anaylze and uncover the principles of short story writing and apply them in their own works. Items in this subseries consist of course syllabi, class handouts, quizzes, exams, and other materials related to the course.
The Principles of Advertising course covered basic elements of advertisements found in mass media sources. Items in this subseries consist of a course syllabus, quizzes, and exams.