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Papers for the Millions: The New Journalism in Britain, 1850s to 1914 (GLOBAL PER) epub

by Joel H. Wiener


Papers for the Millions: The New Journalism in Britain, 1850s to 1914 (GLOBAL PER) epub

ISBN: 0313259399

ISBN13: 978-0313259395

Author: Joel H. Wiener

Category: Reference

Subcategory: Writing Research & Publishing Guides

Language: English

Publisher: Praeger; Annotated edition edition (November 11, 1988)

Pages: 347 pages

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Papers for the Millions book. A pioneering study in the history of journalism, it is the first volume to focus on the history of the New Journalism in Britain, which is central in the overall history of the modern press

Papers for the Millions book. This scholarly work deals specifically with the important changes. A pioneering study in the history of journalism, it is the first volume to focus on the history of the New Journalism in Britain, which is central in the overall history of the modern press. Written by leading scholars representing a This scholarly work deals specifically with the important changes in popular journalism in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.

JOEL H. WIENER, Professor of History at the City College of New York, has published widely on nineteenth-century British history.

More than enough detail and new information is presented, however, to interest not only journalism historians but also scholars of the politics, social fabric, and literature of the period. JOEL H.

Papers for the millions: the new journalism in britain, 1850s to 1914. Also by Mark Hampton. Visions of the press in britain, 1850–1950. PALGRAVE MACMILLAN is the global academic imprint of the Palgrave Macmillan division of St. Martin’s Press, LLC and of Palgrave Macmillan Ltd. Macmillan® is a registered trademark in the United States, United Kingdom and other countries. Palgrave is a registered trademark in the European Union and other countries. ISBN 978-1-349-35618-8 ISBN 978-0-230-28622-1 (eBook) DOI 1. 057/9780230286221. WIENER is Professor Emeritus of History at the City University of New York, US.

His books include The War of the Unstamped (1969) and Papers for the Millions: the New Journalism in Britain, 1850s to 1914 (1988). Winner of the 2012 Robert and Vineta Colby Scholarly Book Prize. Show all. Table of contents (10 chapters).

George Newnes and the New Journalism in Britain, 1880–1910: Culture and Profit. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2001. For challenges to this once orthodox view of the New Journalism, see Wiener, Joel . How New Was the New Journalism? in Papers for the Millions: The New Journalism in Britain, 1850s–1914, ed. Wiener, Joel H. (New York, 1988), pp. 47–72; Brake, Laurel, Subjugated Knowledges: Journalism, Literature, and Gender in the Nineteenth Century (New York, 1994), pp. 83–103. Raymond Williams articulated this continuity thesis in 1961; see The Long Revolution (London, 1961), pp. 215–29.

the new journalism in Britain, 1850s to 1914. Includes bibliographies and index. Published 1988 by Greenwood Press in New York. English newspapers, Congresses, Newspaper publishing, Press and politics, Journalism, History. Based on the proceedings of the CUNY Conference on History and Politics, held at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York, Nov. 7-8, 1986.

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This scholarly work deals specifically with the important changes in popular journalism in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. A pioneering study in the history of journalism, it is the first volume to focus on the history of the New Journalism in Britain, which is central in the overall history of the modern press. Written by leading scholars representing a variety of disciplines, the fourteen essays provide a careful historical analysis of the transformation that took place in journalism, and the innovations that occurred, such as the greater use of illustrations and photographs, headlines and crossheads, and increased coverage of human interest subjects. The authors take different positions on aspects of the New Journalism, and the book offers a wealth of new information based on original research, as well as lively, interpretive commentary on the nature of change in modern journalism and its relationship to popular culture.

The in-depth examination of major subject areas, such as The Beginnings of the New Journalism, The Flowering of the New Journalism, and Subjects and Audiences, dispels the simplistic view of the New Journalism as occurring within a short period of time by showing that the changes took place slowly and had many ramifications. The annotated bibliography includes studies of individual newspapers and biographies of some of the leading journalists.