ERIC Number: ED367975
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1993-Oct
Reference Count: N/A
Proceedings of the American Journalism Historians' Association Conference (Salt Lake City, Utah, October 5-7, 1993). Part I: Newspapers and Journalism.
American Journalism Historians' Association.
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)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Historical Materials
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: American Journalism Historians' Association.
Identifiers: Canada; Chinese Revolution (1911); Journalists; Media Coverage; Professional Concerns; Utah