Investigating Victorian Journalism by Laurel Brake, Aled Jones, Lionel Madden
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Overview: This reader of essays offers fresh insights into British journalism of the 19th century. It attempts to promote a discrete, theoretical field of study which is genuinely interdisciplinary. Dominant categories of journalism, such as the English metropolitan print-based press, are juxtaposed with the competing categories of the local London press, the Welsh press, and the newer electronic journalism. Opening new avenues of investigation the book makes a contribution to the teaching of communications, the study of discourse, and press history.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History