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ERIC Number: ED481253
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2003-Jul
Pages: 541
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Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (86th, Kansas City, Missouri, July 30-August 2, 2003). History Division.
The History Division of the proceedings contains the following 18 papers: "Woman as Machine: Representation of Female Clerical Workers in Interwar Magazines" (Jane Marcellus); "'So Vivid A Crossroads': The FCC and Broadcast Allocation, 1934-1939" (James C. Foust); "Cattle Barons Vs. Ink Slingers: The Decline and Fall of the Wyoming Stock Growers Association (1887-1894)" (Ross F. Collins); "The Black Press, the Black Metropolis, and the Founding of the Negro Leagues (1915-1920)" (Brian Carroll); "The International Sources of Section 12 of the Radio Act of 1927" (Rita Zajacz); "Alcoholic Dogs and Glory for All: The Launch of New Communications for National Prohibition, 1913" (Margot Opdycke Lamme); "'Neither Drunkards nor Libertines': Portraying Grover Cleveland as a Threat to the Family in Political Cartoons During the 1884 Campaign" (Harlen Makemson); "Exhortation to Action: The Writings of Amy Jacques Garvey, Journalist and Black Nationalist" (Jinx Coleman Broussard); "Keep and Use It for the Nation's War Policy: The Office of Facts and Figures and Its Uses of the Japanese-Language Press from Pearl Harbor to Mass Internment" (Takeya Mizuno); "Herbert Hoover's Philosophy of the Public Service Standard in Broadcasting" (J.M. Dempsey); "A Stunt Journalist's Last Hurrah: Nellie Bly Goes Ringside to Report on Jack Dempsey Winning the Heavyweight Boxing Championship" (Mike Sowell); "Sex and Censorship on Postwar American Television" (Bob Pondillo); "Propaganda v. Public Diplomacy: How 9/11 Gave New Life to a Cold War Debate" (David W. Guth); "Pricking the National Conscience: The Early Radio Career and Thematic Interests of Charles Kuralt" (Johanna Cleary); "Deeper Than the Fictional Model: Structural Origins of Literary Journalism in Greek Tragedy and Aristotle's 'Poetics'" (Charles Marsh); "The Pulitzer and the Klan: Horace Carter, the Pulitzer, and How a Weekly Editor Stood Up to the Klan--and Won" (Thomas C. Terry); "The Newspaper Reporter as Fiction Writer: The Tale of 'Franklin W. Dixon'" (Marilyn S. Greenwald); and "'Our People Die Well': Death-Bed Scenes in Methodist Magazines in Eighteenth-Century Britain" (Richard J. Bell). (RS)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
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Language: English
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Identifiers - Location: United Kingdom (Great Britain); Wyoming