ERIC Number: ED340045
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1991-Oct
Reference Count: N/A
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the American Journalism Historians' Association (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 3-5, 1991).
American Journalism Historians' Association.
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)
Publication Type: Historical Materials; Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: American Journalism Historians' Association.
Identifiers: African Americans; Bahamas; Canada; Ethnic Newspapers; Great Britain
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