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The American Journalism History Reader / Edition 1

The American Journalism History Reader / Edition 1

by Bonnie S. Brennen, Hanno Hardt
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ISBN-13: 9780415801874
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 10/14/2010
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 512
Product dimensions: 7.00(w) x 9.90(h) x 1.30(d)

Table of Contents

Introduction Section 1: Historiography Section Introduction. 1. American Journalism and Its Historical Treatment, Alan Nevins 2. The Problem of Journalism History, James Carey 3. The Ossification of Journalism History: A Challenge for the Twenty-First Century, Margaret A. Blanchard 4.Theory and History, John Nerone 5. A Revolution in Historiography? Michael Schudson Section 2. Age of Public Enlightenment: The 18th Century Section Introduction. 6. Apology for Printers, Benjamin Franklin 7. Journalism in the United States from 1690-1872, Frederic Hudson 8. Printers and the American Revolution, Stephen Botein 9. The Colonial Journalist: Good Humour’d Unless Provok’d, Jeffery A. Smith 10. The Federal Era III: Scissors, Paste, and Ink, Walt Brown 11.The End of the Beginning, Eric Burns Section 3: Age of Universal Literacy: The 19th Century Section Introduction. 12. Reflections on Journalism, H.L. Mencken 13. The Immigrant Press and Assimilation, Robert Park 14. Front-page Girl, Ishbel Ross 15. The Editorial Staff, Alfred Lee, 16. Technology and Ideology: The Case of the Telegraph, James Carey 17. Changes in News in the Nineteenth Century, Hazel Dickens-Garcia 18. Paper Prints for the Masses, Michael J. Carlebach 19. American Political Parties and the Press, Gerald Baldasty Section 4: Age of Information: The 20th Century. Introduction to Age of Information. 20. Writing News and Telling Stories, Robert Darnton 21. The Reporter and the News, Will Irwin 22. The Newspaperman, Talcott Williams 23. House of Lords, George Seldes 24. Newspaper Crusaders: A Neglected Story, Silas Bent 25. The Disappearing Daily, Oswald Garrison Villard 26. Voices, Erik Barnouw 27. The Beginnings, Daniel Leab 28. Democracy and the News, Daniel Schiller 29. Dialectical Tensions in the American Media, Past and Future, Daniel J. Czitrom 30. Fact and Fiction, David Spencer 31. A Fighting Press, Gene Roberts and Hank Klibanoff

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