Singer, Benjamin D.
SINGER, Benjamin D.
SINGER, Benjamin D. Canadian (born United States), b. 1931. Genres: Communications/Media, Social commentary, Sociology. Career: University of Western Ontario, London, associate professor, 1966-72, professor of Sociology, 1972-. Ed., Grosse Pointe Press, MI, 1952; Advertising Manager, Palmer-Pann Corp., Detroit, 1953-55; President, Singer-Kingswood Advertising Co., Detroit, 1957-61. Publications: (with R. Osborn and J. Geschwender) Black Rioters, 1970; (ed.) Communications in Canadian Society, 1972, 1995; Social Functions of Radio in a Community Emergency, 1972; Feedback and Society, 1973; Racial Factors in Psychiatric Intervention, 1977; Social Functions of the Telephone, 1981; Advertising and Society, 1994. Address: 5 Lindbrook Ct, London, ON, Canada N5X 2L4. Online address: [email protected]