2 edition of twentieth-century newspaper press in Britain found in the catalog.
twentieth-century newspaper press in Britain
|Other titles||20th-century newspaper press in Britain|
|Statement||David Linton ; introduction by Ray Boston.|
|LC Classifications||Z6956.G6 L58 1994, PN5114 L58 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 386 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||386|
|LC Control Number||93042784|
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In the early 20th century the British press was dominated by a few wealthy press barons. In a bid to increase twentieth-century newspaper press in Britain book many papers included more popular and human-interest stories, as well as sports and other features.
In Rupert Murdoch bought and relaunched The Sun as a tabloid and soon added pictures of topless models on Page 3. Mark Hampton sets out to analyse 'the way in which British elites conceptualized the press between and ', examining the debates that helped to lead the British press to the point where 'informing readers and toppling governments, and never in boring fashion, could appear as the appropriate function of journalism'.
Newly commissioned essays by leading scholars offer a comprehensive and authoritative overview of the diversity, range and impact of the newspaper and periodical press in nineteenth-century Britain. Essays range from studies of periodical formats in the nineteenth century - reviews, magazines and newspapers - to accounts of individual.
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It is an acute and moving account of people who have been, until now, largely left out of the historical narrative.”—Stephen Brooke, author of Sexual Politics:.
Freemasonry and the Press in the Twentieth Century: A National Newspaper Study of England and Wales is certainly viewed with deep mistrust by the press and wider society. Yet, as this book makes clear, this view contrasts sharply with the situation at the beginning of the century when the public's perception of Freemasonry in Britain was.
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