In Visions of the Press in Britain, 1850-1950, Mark Hampton surveys a diversity of sources--Parliamentary speeches and commissions, books, pamphlets, periodicals and select private correspondence--in order to identify how governmental ...
Author: Mark Hampton
Publisher: University of Illinois Press
Hampton seeks to identify how governmental elites, the educated public, professional journalists, & industry moghuls characterised the political & cultural function of the press. He shows how British theories of the press were intimately tied to definitions of the public & the emergence of mass democracy.
“Spoken Discourse in Early English Newspapers.” Media History 11, nos. ... “
News and Politics in Early Seventeenth-Century England.” Past and Present 112
(1986): 60–90 ... Visions of the Press in Britain, 1850–1950. Urbana, IL:
University of ...
Author: Ross Eaman
Historical Dictionary of Journalism, Second Edition covers 46 countries, it contains a chronology, an introduction, an extensive bibliography, the dictionary section has more than 300 cross-referenced entries on a wide array of topics such as African-American journalism, the historiography of the field, the New Journalism, and women in journalism.
Democracy and Drama in Britain and Ireland, 1880-1939 Matthew Franks.
Gardner, Lyn. “Theatre ... Gitelman, Lisa. Paper Knowledge: Toward a Media
History of Documents. ... Visions of the Press in Britain, 1850–1950. Urbana:
University of ...
Author: Matthew Franks
Subscription Theater asks why turn-of-the-century British and Irish citizens spent so much time, money, and effort joining subscription lists. Matthew Franks argues that subscribers have been responsible for how we value audience and repertoire today, offering a new account of the relationship between ephemera, drama, and democracy.
... for the Millions: The New Journalism in Britain, 1850s to 1914 (Westport, CT,
1985); for “New Journalism” within the broader context of Victorian press, see
Mark Hampton, Visions of the Press in Britain, 1850–1950 (Champaign-Urbana,
Author: Seth Koven
Publisher: Princeton University Press
Nellie Dowell was a match factory girl in Victorian London who spent her early years consigned to orphanages and hospitals. Muriel Lester, the daughter of a wealthy shipbuilder, longed to be free of the burden of money and possessions. Together, these unlikely soulmates sought to remake the world according to their own utopian vision of Christ's teachings. The Match Girl and the Heiress paints an unforgettable portrait of their late-nineteenth-century girlhoods of wealth and want, and their daring twentieth-century experiments in ethical living in a world torn apart by war, imperialism, and industrial capitalism. In this captivating book, Seth Koven chronicles how each traveled the globe—Nellie as a spinster proletarian laborer, Muriel as a well-heeled tourist and revered Christian peacemaker, anticolonial activist, and humanitarian. Koven vividly describes how their lives crossed in the slums of East London, where they inaugurated a grassroots revolution that took the Sermon on the Mount as a guide to achieving economic and social justice for the dispossessed. Koven shows how they devoted themselves to Kingsley Hall—Gandhi’s London home in 1931 and Britain’s first "people’s house" founded on the Christian principles of social sharing, pacifism, and reconciliation—and sheds light on the intimacies and inequalities of their loving yet complicated relationship. The Match Girl and the Heiress probes the inner lives of these two extraordinary women against the panoramic backdrop of shop-floor labor politics, global capitalism, counterculture spirituality, and pacifist feminism to expose the wounds of poverty and neglect that Christian love could never heal.
Press Gang: How Newspapers Make Profits from Propaganda. London:
Macmillan. ... In Tabloid Tales: Global Debates over Media Standards, ed. Colin
Sparks & John ... Visions of the Press in Britain, 1850–1950. Champaign:
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Author: Murray Dick
Publisher: MIT Press
An exploration of infographics and data visualization as a cultural phenomenon, from eighteenth-century print culture to today's data journalism. Infographics and data visualization are ubiquitous in our everyday media diet, particularly in news—in print newspapers, on television news, and online. It has been argued that infographics are changing what it means to be literate in the twenty-first century—and even that they harmonize uniquely with human cognition. In this first serious exploration of the subject, Murray Dick traces the cultural evolution of the infographic, examining its use in news—and resistance to its use—from eighteenth-century print culture to today's data journalism. He identifies six historical phases of infographics in popular culture: the proto-infographic, the classical, the improving, the commercial, the ideological, and the professional. Dick describes the emergence of infographic forms within a wider history of journalism, culture, and communications, focusing his analysis on the UK. He considers their use in the partisan British journalism of late eighteenth and early nineteenth-century print media; their later deployment as a vehicle for reform and improvement; their mass-market debut in the twentieth century as a means of explanation (and sometimes propaganda); and their use for both ideological and professional purposes in the post–World War II marketized newspaper culture. Finally, he proposes best practices for news infographics and defends infographics and data visualization against a range of criticism. Dick offers not only a history of how the public has experienced and understood the infographic, but also an account of what data visualization can tell us about the past.
2 Mark Hampton , Visions of the Press in Britain , 1850 – 1950 ( Urbana :
University of Illinois Press , 2004 ) ; Ted Curtis Smythe , The Gilded Age Press ,
1865 - 1900 ( Westport , CT : Praeger , 2003 ) ; William Huntzicker , The Popular
Author: Joel H. Wiener
Publisher: Palgrave MacMillan
Through fourteen original essays by leading historians and media scholars, Anglo-American Media Interactions reveals the complicated ways in which British and American media have influenced each other over the past two centuries. In doing so, it adds an important transatlantic dimension to a media scholarship that normally remains within strictly national contexts, while demonstrating the crucial and varied ways in which media have helped build an Anglo-American 'special relationship'.
Emerging Media, Emerging Modernisms Ann L. Ardis, Patrick C. Collier.
Baughman , James L . The Republic of Mass Culture : Journalism , Filmmaking ,
and Broadcasting in America since 1941 ... Visions of the Press in Britain , 1850 –
Author: Ann L. Ardis
Publisher: Palgrave MacMillan
Representing the public sphere : the new journalism and its historians / Mark Hampton Staging the public sphere : magazine dialogism and the prosthetics of authorship at the turn of the twentieth century / Ann Ardis Transatlantic print culture : the Anglo-American feminist press and emerging "modernities" / Lucy Delap and Maria DiCenzo Feminist things / Barbara Green Philanthropy and transatlantic print culture / Francesca Sawaya John O'London's weekly and the modern author / Patrick Collier "Women are news" : British women's magazines, 1919-1939 / Fiona Hackney Christopher Morley's Kitty Foyle : (em)bedded in print / Margaret D. Stetz Journalism and modernism, continued : the case of W.T. Stead / Laurel Brake Journalism, modernity, and the globe-trotting girl reporter / Jean Marie Lutes The fine art of cheap print : turn-of-the-century American little magazines / Kirsten MacLeod The newspaper response to Tender buttons, and what it might mean / Leonard Diepeveen Modernist periodicals and pedagogy : an experiment in collaboration / Suzanne W. Churchill.
Brake , Laurel , ed . , Subjugated Knowledges : Journalism , Gender and
Literature in The Nineteenth Century ( Basingstoke ... Hampton , Mark , Visions of
the Press in Britain , 1850 – 1950 ( Urbana , Illinois : University of Illinois Press ,
2004 ) .
Author: Kate Campbell
Publisher: Northcote House Publishers
Poet, school inspector, civil servant and critic, this study examines the interrelationship of Arnold's different activities in tracing his evolution as a publicist to the publication of 'Culture and Anarchy' in 1869.
The ' Higher Journalism ' and the Politics of Culture in Mid - Nineteenth Century
America . ” Unpublished paper in ... Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania
Press , 1976 . - . “ A World ... Visions of the Press in Britain , 1850 – 1950 .
Author: Leslie Butler
Publisher: Univ of North Carolina Press
Critical Americans: Victorian Intellectuals and Transatlantic Liberal Reform
This book will be essential reading for students of the British empire, Indian history and the British press.
Author: Chandrika Kaul
Publisher: Manchester University Press
This highly original and lively study represents the first analysis of the dynamics of British press reporting of India and the attempts made by the British Government to manipulate press coverage as part of a strategy of imperial control. Kaul focuses on a period which represented a critical transitional phase in the history of the Raj, witnessing the impact of the First World War, major constitutional reform initiatives, the tragedy of the Amritsar massacre, and the launching of Gandhi's mass movement. The War was also a watershed in official media manipulation and in the aftermath of the conflict the Government's previously informal and ad hoc attempts to shape press reporting were placed on a more formal basis, being explicitly incorporated into official strategy. This book will be essential reading for students of the British empire, Indian history and the British press.
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Some programs include also the programs of societies meeting concurrently with the association.
Every 3rd issue is a quarterly cumulation.
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News , 1 August 1873 , p . 126 . ... Decorative Arts 1850 – 1950 : A Catalogue of
the British Museum Collection , London : British Museum Press , 1991 , p . 7 .
Author: Anthony Burton
Publisher: Victoria & Albert Museum
-- First in-depth history of the VandA and the personalities behind it.-- Published to coincide with the UK opening of the VandA's centenary exhibition, A Grand Design.-- Full of lively anecdotes and behind-the-scenes details.
Halladay , E. ( 1990 ) Rowing in England : A Social History , Manchester :
Manchester University Press . Hammond , J. and Hammond , B. ( 1930 ) The Age
of the Chartists 1832–1854 , London : Longman . Hargreaves , J. ( 1987 ) '
Author: Adrian Harvey
Publisher: Ashgate Pub Limited
Many historians have described early industrial Britain as a bleak age where the masses possessed little time, energy or money to devote to sport. Adrian Harvey reveals a very different picture of Britain at this time to show a rich, diverse and commercial sporting culture accessible to almost everyone. Far from being tied to a recreational calendar that was dependent upon established, traditional holidays, sporting events occurred within their own leisure timetable. Indeed, by the 1840s, it was common for sporting events to be conducted on a regular basis every week. sport had the capacity to capture the public's imagination, and the importance of the spectating audience transformed the staging of events into a major source of revenue. The increasing amount of money involved in sport created a situation in which the participants were often unable to regulate and administer activity, especially as they were confronted with instances of substantial corruption and fraud. The public perception of activity in many sports changed dramatically, with the existence of professionals expanding and the social elite withdrawing from the various roles that they had previously performed as organizers, supervisors and competitors. half of the 19th century that is based upon sporting periodicals, newspapers and sporting archives. Harvey depicts a society that is not suffering from a severe attack on recreations by commerce, industry and government, but one in which the principal problems experienced stemmed from criminal activity. As such, this book provides a revision of many misconceptions about the early history of sport in Britain.