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by William E. Huntzicker

  • Author: William E. Huntzicker
  • ISBN: 0313307954
  • ISBN13: 978-0313307959
  • ePub: 1656 kb | FB2: 1600 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Writing Research & Publishing Guides
  • Publisher: Praeger; First Edition edition (January 30, 1999)
  • Pages: 224
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Home Browse Books Book details, The Popular Press, 1833-1865. The Popular Press, 1833-1865. By William E. Huntzicker, James D. Startt, William David Sloan. The third volume in The History of Journalism series, this work provides an overview of the period from 1833 to 1865 when major journalistic forces evolved within professional circles, reform movements, Southern nationalism, ethnic, religious and racial minorities. The transition from partisan press to commercial journalism, it is argued, was a gradual process that covered the entire popular press era from the founding of the penny newspapers in 1833 through the end of the Civil War in 1865.

The third volume in The History of Journalism series, this work provides an overview of the period from 1833 to 1865 when major journalistic . The Popular Press, 1833-1865 (The History of American Journalism). 0313307954 (ISBN13: 9780313307959).

The third volume in The History of Journalism series, this work provides an overview of the period from 1833 to 1865 when major journalistic forces evolved within professional circles, reform movements, Southern nationalism, ethnic, religious and racial minorities.

William E. Huntzicker, The Popular Press, 1833–1865 (The History of American Journalism) (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1999), 5. oogle Scholar. 4. Frank Luther Mott, American Journalism: A History: 1690–1960 (New York: Macmillan, 1962), 203; colophon from Independent Chronicle and Boston Patriot, August 30, 1820.

Journalism in America began as a "humble" affair and became a political force in the campaign for American independence. Following independence, the first amendment to the . The press became a key support element to the country's political parties but also organized religious institutions.

HISTORY OF AMERICAN JOURNALISM. THURLOW WEED HORACE GREELEY CHARLES A. DANA JAMES GORDON BENNETT JESSE BUEL ZACHARIAH POULSON. EPES SARGENT BENJAMIN RUSSELL PHILIP FRENEAU. HISTORY OF AMERICAN JOURNALISM. BY. JAMES MELVIN LEE. Director of the Department of Journalism New York University. BOSTON AND NEW YORK HOUGHTON MIFFLIN COMPANY The Riverside Press Cambridge.

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30% off. American Journalism History : An Annotated Bibliography. Sloan has undertaken to fill a long-standing gap in the study of journalism history. He has compiled a comprehensive annotated bibliography of works pertaining to United States journalism history from colonial to contemporary times. The history of the American news media has been a popular subject with journalists, popular writers, and historians since the early years of the Republic, and it continues to attract widespread interest.

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1999)The Popular Press, 1833–1865Huntzicker, William E. Niles' Weekly Register: News Magazine of the Nineteenth Century (1947).

Huntzicker, William E. "News Hits the Streets" and "New York Newspaper Wars," Chapters 1 and 2 of The Popular Press, 1833-1865. Greenwood Press, 1999, Isley Jeter A. Horace Greeley and the Republican Party. Princeton University Press, 1947. A History of the Atlantic Monthly 185 7-1909: Yankee Humanism at High Tide and Ebb. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1994. Seitz Don C. Horace Greeley, Founder of the New York Tribune.

A substantial, well-written, and well-argued book that is likely to become a standard work in literary journalism . Refuting the popular belief that Truman Capote's In Cold Blood was the first example of literary nonfiction, Hartsock argues that this form of writing first appeared in the 19th century, when writers like Stephen Crane and Lafcadio Hearn began to change the way journalists reported the truth by bringing the reader and the subject closer together when writing about slavery, travel

The third volume in The History of Journalism series, this work provides an overview of the period from 1833 to 1865 when major journalistic forces evolved within professional circles, reform movements, Southern nationalism, ethnic, religious and racial minorities. The transition from partisan press to commercial journalism, it is argued, was a gradual process that covered the entire popular press era from the founding of the penny newspapers in 1833 through the end of the Civil War in 1865. Newspapers reflected a diverse, multicultural society and numerous reform and partisan groups during the antebellum era. Civil War correspondents created a new power base, the reporter in the field, by occassionally sending reports independent from the views of their commanding officers and employing editors. The relationship between newspapers and the government and political parties remained a complex one, especially during the war when reporters demonstrated their independence if not their objectivity.

Scholars and researchers of journalism history and of the American Civil war will appreciate this synthesis of journalism history during an important period in American history. Among the subjects covered are the New York newspaper wars, specialized publications, alternative newspapers, Western newspaper wars, reporters, officers, and soldiers in the field, and reflections on the popular press. A complete list of sources follows a bibliographical overview.

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