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American journalism( )

in English and held by 1,079 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Guide to sources in American journalism history by Lucy Shelton Caswell( Book )

7 editions published in 1989 in English and held by 346 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Directory of journalism and mass communication historians( )

in English and held by 13 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Our objective has been to make this a comprehensive directory and we have not limited it only to members of our sponsors."
Oral histories relating to journalism history( Book )

1 edition published in 1996 in English and held by 6 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Selected Papers Presented at the Annual Convention of the American Journalism Historians Association (Tulsa, Oklahoma, September 28-30,1995). Part I by American Journalism Historians Association( Book )

1 edition published in 1995 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The 13 papers presented in this collection all deal with journalism and journalists from colonial America through the 19th century. The papers and their authors are: "'The Presence of God Was Much Seen in Their Assemblies': Religious News in Colonial America" (David A. Copeland); "And So They Came: The Persuasive Effect of American Settlement Literature during the Colonial Era" (Julie Hedgepeth Williams); "The Impact of the American Revolution on the Occupational Ideology of Journalists: a Comparison of Pre- and Post-Revolution Prospectuses" (Patricia L. Dooley); "Trade, Treachery, and Daily Necessities: The Significance of the Sea to Colonial Newspapers" (David A. Copeland); "The Press and the War of 1812" (Susan Thompson); "'a Tincture of Madness': The Failure of Benjamin Franklin's West Indies Printing Partnerships" (Ralph Frasca); "'The Earnest Endeavor': Andrew Brown's Role in Philadelphia's 1793 Yellow Fever Epidemic" (Mark A. Smith); "Constantine Rea: An Antebellum Editor" (Nan Fairley); "The Rise of the Fact and 'Naive Empiricism' in Journalism and the Sciences, As Seen in the Great Cholera Epidemics of 1832, 1849, and 1866" (David T.Z. Mindich); "Observers of Crisis and Compromise: The Washington Correspondents of 1850" (Mark J. Stegmaier); "With Respect and Admiration--Walter Mason Camp, Journalist of the Little Big Horn" (Warren E. "Sandy" Barnard); "Domesticity and Municipal Housekeeping Concerns in the Writing of Women Journalists during the Nineteenth Century" (Agnes Hooper Gottlieb); and "From an Incautious Heroine, Ishbel Ross: Arms Outstretched beneath a Backward-Billowing Old Glory" (Beverly G. Merrick). (Nka)
Proceedings of the American Journalism Historians' Association Conference (Salt Lake City, Utah, October 5-7, 1993). Part II Issues of Race by American Journalism Historians Association( Book )

1 edition published in 1993 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The Issues of Race section of the proceedings of this conference of journalism historians contains the following 11 papers: "Dan A. Rudd and the 'American Catholic Tribune, ''The Only Catholic Journal Owned and Published by Colored Men'" (Joseph H. Lackner); "Rough Flying: The 'California Eagle, ' 1879-1965" (James Phillip Jeter); "Simeon Saunders Booker: Washington Bureau Chief" (Barbara Diggs-Brown); "Through Different Colored Glasses: African-American Correspondents in World War II" (Tonya V. Smith); "All That Jazz: Carter G. Woodson's Blue Note: African-American Press Focus on Jazz in the Early '30s" (Leonard Ray Teel); "William Lloyd Garrison's 'Ladies' Department': A Public Forum for Black Women Journalists of the 1830s" (Bernell E. Tripp); "Toward a Common Goal: Jean-Charles Houzeau, P.B.S. Pinchback and New Orleans' Black Press, 1862-1882" (Paul H. Gates, Jr.); "A Voice for White Society: The Role of 'The Virginia Gazette' during School Integration" (Poul Olson); "A Question of Race: A Southern Liberal Journalist's Fight for Freedom and Injustice" (Kevin Stoker); "Newspaper Contempt and the Issue of Race" (Richard Scheidenhelm); and "The Glass Houses of the Cold War: The American Press and Racial Problems on the World Stage" (Richard Lentz and Pamela A. Brown). (RS)
Syllabus reader : journalism, mass communication and communication history, with a section on special topics in J & MC history by American Journalism Historians Association( Book )

1 edition published in 2000 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the American Journalism Historians' Association (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 3-5, 1991) by American Journalism Historians Association( Book )

1 edition published in 1991 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The 24 papers in this collection discuss a variety of issues concerning the history of journalism in many countries. The papers are: "The East-Indian American Press" (Arthi Subramaniam); "The World's Oldest Magazine and Its Place in the Evolution of British Periodicals" (Sam G. Riley); "Donna Allen and the Women's Institute: a Feminist Perspective on the First Amendment" (Maurine H. Beasley); "Warning Visions: a Case Study of Three Canadian Documentaries" (Maureen J. Nemecek); "The Press and the Execution of the Rosenbergs" (Arlene Tyner); "Ethnic Community or Workers' Solidarity? Class and Ethnicity in the Foreign Language Press" (Jon Bekken); "Struggle for Free Expression: Case Studies of African-American Journalists" (Maurine H. Beasley); "Rediscovering Zona Gale, Journalist" (Elizabeth Burt); "E.L. Godkin and the Meaning of Journalism" (Edward Caudill); "Parliament and Expression of Opinion: 17th-Century England" (Kenneth Campbell); "'The Freeman' to 'The Tribune': Black Journalism in the Colonial Bahamas" (Howard S. Pactor); "Victorian Proletarian Spiritualism: God, Workers and Canadian Labour Journalism" (David R. Spencer); "a Pennsylvania Newspaper publisher as Captain of 'Gideon's Army': J.W. Gitt, Henry Wallace and the Progressive Party" (Mary A. Hamilton); "War, Women and Work: a Study of Gender Displays in Advertising Images during World War ii" (Charles Lewis and John Neville); "The Only Good Indians: a Comparative Examination of Press Coverage of the War with the Southern Cheyennes (1864-1868)" (Patricia A. Curtin); "The Valley Tan: An Early Free Press Challenge in the Tops of the Mountains" (Jack A. Nelson and Ed Adams); "An International View of the Professionalization of Journalists: The International Congress of the Press, 1894-1914" (Ulf Jonas Bjork); "The Railroad Industry and Its Early Periodicals, 1831 to 1850, Exploring the History of the Business/Trade Press" (Kathleeen L. Endres); "The Mormon Problem: The Press Reacts to Mormons, Polygamy, and 'Reynolds V. United States' in 1879" (David A. Copeland); "How Advertisers Defined the Role of Women during World War ii: An Analysis of Advertisements Appearing in 'Ladies Home Journal', 1940-1945" (Margaret Mary Gike); "Grim 'Slices of Life'--Disaster Reporting in the Gilded Age" (Paulette D. Kilmer); "The Newspaper Industry's Campaign against SpaceGrabbers, 1917-1921" (Susan M.L. Caudill); "American Propaganda in Britain during World War I" (James D. Startt); and "Greater Distance = Declining Interest: Massachusetts Printers and Protections for a Free Press, 1783-1791" (Carol Sue Humphrey). (Rs)
Selected Papers Presented at the Annual Convention of the American Journalism Historians Association (Tulsa, Oklahoma, September 28-30,1995). Part Ii by American Journalism Historians Association( Book )

1 edition published in 1995 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The 14 papers in this collection all deal with 20th century journalism and journalists in the United States. The papers and their authors are: "Educating Ike: The Evolution of Presidential pr in 1953" (David W. Guth); "Crumbs from the Publishers' Golden Tables: The Plight of the Chicago Newsboy" (Jon Bekken); "'They Work Too Hard': How Newspapers Justified the 1924 Exclusion of Japanese Immigrants" (Brad Hamm); "Agnes Smedley: a Radical Journalist in Search of a Cause" (Karla Gower); "The Camera's Red Lens: Television Coverage of Wounded Knee ii, 1973" (William Hewitt); "From College Expulsion to Pulitzer Prize: How the New York World-Telegram's Fred Woltman Became the 'No. 1 Newspaper Specialist' on Communists" (Brad Hamm); "The Segregationist Press in the Closed Society: The Jackson Daily News' Coverage of the Civil Rights Movement, 1960-1964" (David R. Davies); "a 'Political Institutional' Theory of the News: The Emergence of Independent Journalism in Detroit, 1865-1920" (Richard L. Kaplan); "Will Irwin Revisited: a Contrast of Past and Present Criticisms of the Press" (Brian C. Smith); "Returning Government to the Hands of the People: The Pacific Northwest's Nonpartisan League Newspapers" (Mary M. Cronin and Paul Schlienz); "Birth Control Crusade: The Public Relations Campaign" (R. Brooks Garner); "aids and the Gay Press: Uncovering or Covering Up?" (Rodger Streitmatter); "The Farmer and the Radio Man Should Be Friends: Clear Channel Radio Stations and the Farm Lobby, 1941-1968" (James C. Foust); and "Electrical Transcriptions: Quality Programming for All Radio Stations" (Jann Hyde). (Nka)
Proceedings of the Conference of the American Journalism Historians Association (Lawrence, Kansas, October 1-3, 1992). Part II Journalism History in the Twentieth Century by American Journalism Historians Association( Book )

1 edition published in 1992 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This proceedings contain 16 papers on American journalism history in the 20th century. Papers in the proceedings are: "News Suppression & Press Intimidation During the Nixon Administration" (Egbe Enonnchong); "The Persian Gulf War: Revolution in News Transmission" (Robert L. Spellman); "South Dakota's W.R. Ronald: Prairie Editor and an AAA Exponent" (Elizabeth Evenson Williams); "William H. Mason: How a Journalist's Murder Influenced Media Coverage" (Mary K. Sparks); "A Paper for Those Who Toil: The Chicago Labor Press in Transition" (Jon Bekken); "A Southern Demagogue as Portrayed through Florida Newspapers" (John Galey); "Ohio Newspaper Coverage of the 1920 Presidential Campaign" (Douglass K. Daniel); "Truth and Jimmy Carter: The 1976 Presidential Campaign" (Sonya Forte Duhe);"The Carter Presidency and the National Press: Grappling with the Process of Truth" (Kyle Cole); "Ambassador of American Journalism: Alistair Cooke" (Michael D. Murray); "Photographs, Image Manipulation, and False Light Invasion of Privacy" (Steve Buhman); "'Lou Grant': Creating Characters for a Newspaper Drama" (Douglass K. Daniel); "Eisenhower, McCarthy, and News Conferences That Fought Back: A Turning Point in White House Press Relations, 1953-1954" (Craig Allen); "Reaching for Professionalism and Respectability: State Press Association Ethics Codes in the 1920s" (Mary M. Cronin and James B. McPherson); "Penitents Brought into the Fold: Tales of Conversion, Heresy, and Contrition in 'Time' Magazine" (Richard Lentz); and "Was the Mainstream Press a Promoter of the Progressive Ideology? The 'New York Times' and the 'New York World', 1900-1917" (Elizabeth Burt). (RS)
American Journalism Historians Association Annual Convention (London, Ontario, Canada, October 3-5, 1996). Part I Selected Papers Covering the Colonial Period through the 19th Century by American Journalism Historians Association( Book )

1 edition published in 1996 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The 16 papers presented in this collection all deal with journalism and journalists from colonial America through the 19th century. The papers and their authors are: "Fighting for a Continent: Newspaper Coverage of the English and French War for Control of North America, 1754-1760" (David A. Copeland); "A Romance with 'Local' Happenings (Never Mind What You Were Taught): Colonial Americans and Their Newspapers" (Julie Hedgepeth Williams); "When Women Speak: A Comparison of the Voices of Black Women Journalists before and after the Civil War" (Bernell E. Tripp); "Inventing an Indian Icon: How the Press Made Sense of Sitting Bull" (John M. Coward); "From Populist to Patrician: Edward H. Butler's Buffalo 'News' and the Crisis of Labor, 1877-1892" (Michael J. Dillon); "'I Heare It So Variously Reported': News-Letters, Newspapers, and the Ministerial Network in New England, 1670-1730" (Sheila McCall McIntyre); "Christmas Puffery: Christmas Book Advertising in Nineteenth Century Newspapers" (Priscilla Coit Murphy); "Little Big Horn Coverage in the Texas Press: Fiercely Partisan Myth-Making" (James E. Mueller); "The Paper and the Poles: The First Major Crusade of Buffalo's "Evening News'" (Jerry Goldberg); "The Work That Came before Art: Willa Cather's Journalism, 1893-1912" (Carolyn L. Kitch); "From 1850 to 1950: Actions of Early Journalists Often Unethical, Even Illegal" (Fred Fedler); "The Medium in the Mirror: How Journalists in the 1880s and 1890s Viewed 'New Journalism'" (James McCollum); "Women's Moral Reform Periodicals of the Nineteenth Century: A Cultural Feminist Analysis" (Therese L. Lueck); "The Third Most Valuable Newspaper Property in Chicago: A History of the 'Chicago Journal'" (Jon Bekken); "Converting the Popular to Politics: The American Feminist Magazine as Forum for Transformation" (Amy Beth Aronson); and "Cattle Papers and the Cowboy: Myth-Making in the 'Bad Lands Cow Boy'" (Ross F. Collins). (NKA)
Proceedings of the American Journalism Historians' Association Conference (Roanoke, Virginia, October 6-8, 1994). Part Ii by American Journalism Historians Association( Book )

1 edition published in 1994 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The second part of the proceedings of this conference of journalism historians contains the following 21 papers: "The First Information Revolution" (Irving Fang); "The 'Andromeda Strain' Phenomenon: Mutating Systems and International Communication Policy" (Eliza Tanner); "Guns or Butter?: Black Press Editorial Policy toward the Vietnam War" (William J. Leonhirth); "Print Journalism in Mexico: From Printing Press to Revolutionary Press, 1536-1821" (Victoria Goff); "Combatting Economics and the Print Advertising Trend during World War ii: irs Tax Rulings and the War Bond Drives" (Edward E. Adams and Rajiv Sekhri); "Justice, Progress, and a Preserved Republic: Benjamin Orange Flower and the Arena" (Mary M. Cronin); "Mark Fowler and the Fairness Doctrine: An Analysis of Speeches and Articles 1981-1987" (Jan H. Samoriski); "American Film Propaganda in Revolutionary Russia" (James D. Startt); "Milton Caniff: a Summing Up" (Lucy Shelton Caswell); "Campbell's 'Boston News-Letter': Some Not-So-Boring Sheets of News" (Alan Neckowitz); "Defining the American Heroine Women of Godey's 'Lady's Book'" (Janice Hume); "Cultural Politics and the Press in the Third Republic" (Andre Spies); "The General Circulation Press as a Tool for Propaganda: The Wisconsin Suffrage Movement, 1910-1919" (Elizabeth V. Burt); "Women in the News: a Look at the Presentation of American Women in News Magazines from 1945 to 1963" (Karla K. Gower); "Negotiating Class and Ethnicity: The Polish- and Yiddish-Language Press in Chicago" (Jon Bekken); "The Role of Government in Global Media Flows: The Commerce Department and Hollywood Exports, 1921-33" (Ulf Jonas Bjork); "Uncovering a Mid-Nineteenth Century Press Association Code of Ethics" (Stephen A. Banning); "Women's Pages or People's Pages: The Production of News for Women in the 'Washington Post' in the 1950s" (Mei-ling Yang); "a Revolutionist Must Have His Say in Court Even If It Kills Him: Benjamin Gitlow, His Conviction for Criminal Anarchy, and What It Meant for Freedom of Speech" (tj Hemlinger); "The Misconduct of the 'New England Courant'" (David Phillip Moore); and "'The Suffragist': The National Woman's Party Wields the Power of the Press" (Linda Lumsden). (Rs)
Proceedings of the American Journalism Historians' Association Conference (Salt Lake City, Utah, October 5-7, 1993). Part I Newspapers and Journalism by American Journalism Historians Association( Book )

1 edition published in 1993 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The Newspapers and Journalism section of the proceedings of this conference of journalism historians contains the following 22 papers: "'For Want of the Actual Necessaries of Life': Survival Strategies of Frontier Journalists in the Trans-Mississippi West" (Larry Cebula); "'Legal Immunity for Free Speaking': Judge Thomas M. Cooley, 'The Detroit Evening News, ' and 'New York Times v. Sullivan'" (Richard Digby-Junger); "The Dilemma of Femininity: Gender and Journalistic Professionalism in World War II" (Mei-ling Yang); "'An American Conspiracy': The Post-Watergate Press and the CIA" (Kathryn S. Olmsted); "Female Arguments: An Examination of the Utah Woman's Suffrage Debates of 1880 and 1895 as Represented in Utah Women's Newspapers" (Janika Isakson); "Back Channel: What Readers Learned of the 'Tri-City Herald's' Lobbying for the Hanford Nuclear Reservation" (Thomas H. Heuterman); "The Canadian Dragon Slayer: The Reform Press of Upper Canada" (Karla K. Gower); "The Campaign for Libel Reform: State Press Associations in the Late 1800s" (Tim Gleason); "Partisan News in the Nineteenth-Century: Detroit's Dailies in the Reconstruction Era, 1865-1876" (Richard L. Kaplan); "'Pikadon (The Flash-Boom)': A Study of Press Coverage of the Atomic Bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, 6-12 August, 1945" (Thomas William McCaskey); "A Preliminary Profile of the Nineteenth Century U.S. Peace Advocacy Press" (Nancy L. Roberts); "'A Receipt against the Plague': How Colonial Newspapers Presented Diseases and Their Remedies for Their Readers" (David A. Copeland); "A Grim Elation: Press Reaction to the Atomic Bomb, August 1945" (Cara D. Runsick); "Sun Yat-Sen, the Press, and the 1911 Chinese Revolution" (Xuejun Yu); "Walter M. Camp: Reporter of the Little Big Horn" (Warren E. Barnard); "Captive Audiences: Handwritten Prisoner-of-War Newspapers of the Texan Santa Fe Expedition and the War Between the States" (Roy Alden Atwood); "An Applied Social Science: Journalism Education and Professionalization, 1900-1955" (Brad Asher); "Savannah's Little Watchdog Weekly: The 'Georgia Gazette, ' 1978-1985" (Ford Risley); "Exposing the Foundation: The Cultural Underpinnings of the Hutchins Commission" (Jane S. McConnell); "'The Truth about What Happens': Katherine Anne Porter and Journalism" (Jan Whitt); and "The Joint Operating Agreement between the Daily Newspapers in Knoxville, Tennessee--A Unique Situation" (Susan R. Siler). (RS)
Selected Papers from the 1990 Meeting of the American Journalism Historians' Association (Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, October 2-7, 1990) Part 1 by American Journalism Historians Association( Book )

1 edition published in 1990 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The following 12 papers, on a variety of topics, were given at the 1990 meeting of the American Journalism Historians' Association: (1) "'Let Jim Handle It': President Dwight D. Eisenhower's First Heart Attack and Jim Hagerty's Handling of the Media" (Joseph V. Trahan, III); (2) "Eisenhower's Pyrrhic Victory in 1956: Mixed Lessons from the First National TV Campaign" (Craig Allen); (3) "The Black Press and the Campaign for a Federal Antilynching Law, 1933-34" (Leonard Ray Teel); (4) "Persuasive Argumentation Styles in Selected 1931-33 'Negro World' Editorials by Marcus Garvey" (Svetlana Lucas); (5) "'The Tennessee Western Monitor and Religious Journal' in the Anti-Slavery Movement" (Keith E. Terry); (6) "Alice Allison Dunnigan and the Hastening of the Modern Civil Rights Movement" (Rodger Streitmatter); (7) "A 'Hitler Myth?': American Popular Periodicals and Adolf Hitler 1933-38" (Anthonette L. McDaniel); (8) "Wallace H. White, Jr.: Radio's Quiet Back Stage Negotiator" (Donald G. Godfrey); (9) "The Journalist as Iconoclast: H.L. Mencken and the Free Lance" (Wallace B. Eberhard and Gary D. Evans); (10) "F. G. Bonfils, Teapot Dome and the Founding of the American Society of Newspaper Editors: A Struggle over Professionalism during America's Jazz Age" (Bruce J. Evensen); (11) "Chronicle of a Failed Coup: W. Eugene Smith versus Time-Life Incorporated" (Anna Banks); and (12) "The Journalist as Modern Sage: James Agee and the Prophetic Voice" (Paul Ashdown). (SR)
Proceedings of the American Journalism Historians' Association Conference (Roanoke, Virginia, October 6-8, 1994). Part I by American Journalism Historians Association( Book )

1 edition published in 1994 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The first part of the proceedings of this conference of journalism historians contains the following 21 papers: "'Life' Magazine and the Mercury 7 Astronauts: a Historic Case of Media Control" (Ginger Rudeseal Carter); "Newspaper Contempt between the Wars" (Richard Scheidenhelm); "Crosses Holding Off a Vampire: How Four Newspapers Used Editorials to Define Their First Amendment Functions" (James B. McPherson); "Jurisdiction Over the Body: Themes in Coverage of the Garfield Assassination" (Peter Ausenhus); "Standing Idly By: Newspaper Coverage of the 1958-59 Investigation into Homosexuality at the University of Florida" (Ford Risley); "Public Relations, the Community, and Newspaper Coverage of a Local Steel Strike, 1946" (Karen S. Miller); "'The Ladies Companion, ' 1834-1844: a Magazine of 'Polite' Literature" (Paul Belgrade); "The Proceedings of the Rebellious Negroes: News of Slave Insurrections and Crimes in Colonial Newspapers" (David A. Copeland); "Visible Hand: The Journalistic Drive to Incorporate a Frontier" (David J. Vergobbi); "The Leo Frank Case and the Post-Conviction Press, 1913-1915" (Jill J. Cohen); "Banana-Peel Journalism: P.S. Lovejoy and the Fight for the Cutover, 1919-1923" (James Kates); "Presidents Madison and Monroe and the Party Press in Transition, 1808-1824" (David R. Davies); "Who's the Boss?: The Influence of Black Women Journalists of 'Ringwood's Journal'" (Bernell E. Tripp); "The 'Big Six' and Muckraking: Re-examining 'Exposure Journalism'" (Kathleen L. Endres); "Historical Perspective in Magazine Design: The Need to Go Forward into the Past in a Technological Age" (Carol E. Holstead); "a Brief History of the Environmental Movement in the United States: Mass Media and Social Forces" (Mark Neuzil); "The Rip Rap Shoal Story: First Precedent for Revealing the Identity of a Journalist's Source" (Robert L. Spellman); "'Treason's Biggest Victory': How the National News Magazines Covered the 1957 Supreme Court 'Red Monday' Cases" (Bradley J. Hamm); "African Americans and the White-Owned Mississippi Press: An Analysis of Photographic Coverage from 1944 to 1984" (Susan Weill); "Mississippi Journalists, the Civil Rights Movement, and the Closed Society, 1960-1964" (David R. Davies); and "Somebody Out There Is Listening: The wor Radio Broadcasts of Mary Margaret McBride" (Beverly G. Merrick). (Rs)
Proceedings of the American Journalism Historians' Association Conference (Salt Lake City, Utah, October 5-7, 1993). Part III Mass Media Studies by American Journalism Historians Association( Book )

1 edition published in 1993 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The Mass Media section of the proceedings of this conference of journalism historians contains the following 10 papers: "Broadcast News, Cable TV and the Telcos: A Historical Examination of the Rhetorical Forces Affecting the Electronic Distribution of Information to the American Television Public" (John E. Craft and Frances R. Matera); "WAKR Radio: A History" (David Ritchey and Thomas Miles); "The Missouri State Council of Defense: Boosting Morale and Voluntary Action during World War II" (Caryl A. Cooper); "Censoring Comics: The Implementation and Enforcement of the 1954 Comics Code" (Amy Kiste Nyberg); "The Media Pool System--A Legal and Policy History" (David B. White); "'One' Magazine: Gay America's First Journalistic Voice" (Rodger Streitmatter); "When Surveys Failed: What Can Be Learned from the 1936 'Literary Digest' and 1948 Truman versus Dewey Election Polling Fiascos" (Maury M. Breecher); "Toward a Theory of Constructivism, Based upon the Lives of Two Women Photographers" (Kathryn S. Egan); "Defining the Modern Indian: Lee Harkins and 'The American Indian'" (John M. Coward); and "Pagans or Paragons? Imagery and Ideology in the Portrayals of Native Americans in the Prestige Press" (Mary Ann Weston). (RS)
Proceedings of the Conference of the American Journalism Historians Association (Lawrence, Kansas, October 1-3, 1992). Part I Journalism History before the Twentieth Century by American Journalism Historians Association( Book )

1 edition published in 1992 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This proceedings contain 18 papers on American journalism history before the 20th century. Papers in the proceedings are: "Military and Press Discord during the Civil War: Foreshadowing of Future Disputes" (Maury M. Breecher); "The Missouri Press Association: A Study of the Beginning Motivations, 1867-1876" (Stephen A. Banning); "The Detroit Evening News: Nonpartisan, Reform Journalism in the 1870s: 1876-1877" (James Bow); "The Blood of Kansas and the New York Penny Press" (Gary L. Whitby); "Selected Texas Newspaper Editorials and Spanish-American War Sentiment" (Douglas Ferdon and John Tisdale); "A Visible Minority: Literary Journalism's Story-Telling and Symbolism Spurred the Anti-Chinese Movement by Tacoma Daily Newspapers in 1885" (Myron K. Jordan); "American Crime and Trial Pamphlets after the Penny Press" (James L. Aucoin); "For 'The Prosperity of the Denomination': Understanding the North Carolina Baptist Press, 1845-1861" (David A. Copeland); "The Stamp Act Press: The First True Mass Medium" (Julie Hedgepeth Williams); "Covering the Big Story: George Whitefield's First Preaching Tour, News Manipulation, and the Colonial Press" (David A. Copeland); "Latest from the Canadian Revolution: Early War Correspondence in the 'New York Herald' 1837-1838" (Ulf Jonas Bjork); "Abolitionist, Emigrationist, Feminist: Mary Ann Shadd Cary, First Female Editor of the Black Press" (Bernell E. Tripp); "James Bryce and the Promise of the American Press: 1888-1921" (James D. Startt); "Maria W. Stewart: An African-American Woman Journalist Who Raised a Fiery Voice in the Abolitionist Movement" (Rodger Streitmatter); "A Silence in Massachusetts: John Campbell and the Boston 'News-Letter'" (Wm. David Sloan); "American Newspaper Contempts before 1880" (Richard Scheidenhelm); "The Rise of the English-Jewish Press in America" (Barbara Reed); and "Congress and Journalistic Privilege: An Historical and Legal Perspective" (Robert L. Spellman). (RS)
Directory of journalism historians( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Listings are not limited to membership in the two organizations."
American Journalism Historians Association Annual Convention (London, Ontario, Canada, October 3-5, 1996). Part II Selecting Papers Covering the 20th Century by American Journalism Historians Association( Book )

1 edition published in 1996 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The 17 papers in this collection all deal with 20th-century journalism, journalists, and mass media. The papers and their authors are: "Building One's Own Gallows: The Trade Publications' Reaction to a Federal Shield Law, 1972-1974" (Karla Gower); "The Useful Ogre: Sweden's Use and Views of American Television, 1956-62" (Ulf Jonas Bjork); "Black or Negro? The Media's Dilemma of Racial Identifiers, 1967-1971" (Joey Senat); "Hostile Crowds, Homosexual Activists and AIDS Victims: Mainstream Newspapers Cover Gay Liberation" (Elizabeth M. Koehler); "Unhappy Events in Ireland: Irish-American Press Coverage of Dublin's 1916 Easter Rising" (Karen Patricia Potter); "'They're Talking about Us': Yellow Journalism and the Press of West Africa" (W. Joseph Campbell); "Same/Difference: The Media, Equal Rights and Aboriginal Women in Canada, 1968" (Barbara M. Freeman); "Literature, Propaganda and the First World War: The Case of 'Blackwood's Magazine'" (David Finkelstein); "Reasoned Protest and Personal Journalism: The Liberty and Death of 'The Intermountain Observer'" (James B. McPherson); "Measuring Jazz Journalism in Missouri Dailies of the 1920s" (Steven D. Koski); "Fighting for 'The Big Voices of the Air': A History of the Clear Channel Broadcasting Service"; "Rural Publicity in the Boilerplate Era: The Mt. Clemens News Bureau" (James C. Foust); "The Delightful Relationship: Presidents and White House Correspondents in the 1920s" (Stephen Ponder); "Construction of a Gay Image in the Washington Press: 1943-1970" (Edward M. Alwood); "Balancing Academic Freedom and Academic Image: The North Carolina Speaker Ban, 1963-1968" (Patricia Richardson); "The Vietnam War, the Cold War, and Protestants: How the 'Christian Century' and 'Christianity Today' Reflected American Society in the 1960s" (David E. Settje); and "News Pegs and the National Farmers Organization: Episodic and Life-Span Patterns of Press Coverage" (Jane S. McConnell). (NKA)
Selected Papers from the 1990 Meeting of the American Journalism Historians' Association (Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, October 2-7, 1990) Part 2 by American Journalism Historians Association( Book )

1 edition published in 1990 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The following 11 papers, on a variety of topics, were given at the 1990 meeting of the American Journalism Historians' Association: (1) "They Hang Editors Don't They?: Free Speech and Free Press Issues in the Haymarket Case, 1886" (Nathaniel Hong); (2) "G. K. Chesterton and the British Press, 1911-1933" (Dean Rapp); (3) "Trial by Newspaper in Nineteenth-Century England" (Judith Knelman); (4) "The Halftone and Magazine Reproduction in the United States: From 1880-1900" (Christopher R. Harris); (5) "' ... A Beautiful Gesture That Is Perfectly Meaningless ... ' The ASNE Debate over Teeth in Its Code of Ethics, 1923-1932" (Alf Pratte); (6) "' ... To Leave This Beggarly Profession': A Study of Lawyers in Journalism" (Elise D. Nordquist); (7) "The 'New England Courant': Voice of Anglicanism" (Wm. David Sloan); (8) "'Protect the Laborer': Henry Demarest Lloyd and Gilded Age Labor Reporting, 1878-1902" (Richard Digby-Junger); (9) "Science and Sin: The Debate over Prize Fighting in Three Antebellum New York City Newspapers" (Dennis Gildea); (10) "'Hojas Volantes': The Beginning of Print Journalism in the Americas" (Victoria Goff); and (11) "An Inside View of the Immigrant Press: Press Criticism by Two Swedish-American Editors" (Ulf Jonas Bjork). (SR)
 
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