6 edition of Visions of the press in Britain, 1850-1950 found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -213) and index.
|LC Classifications||PN5117 .H27 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 218 p. :|
|Number of Pages||218|
|LC Control Number||2004004966|
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The Press in the Middle East and North Africa, Book Description: This volume presents twelve detailed studies dealing with cases drawn from the Middle East and North Africa in the period before independence (c). Authoritative and accessible, 'Tabloid Century' is an ideal guide for anyone wanting to learn about the history of the twentieth-century popular press. (Mark Hampton, Lingnan University, author of Visions of the Press in Britain, (), co-editor of Media History).
For an incisive discussion on the press’s evolution, see Mark Hampton, Visions of the Press in Britain, – (Champaign IL: University of Illinois Press, ). Google Scholar : Richard D. Fulton. George Binney Dibblee ( - 27 August ) was a newspaperman and academic who was manager of the Manchester Guardian and a noted authority on the idea of supply and demand.. Selected publications. The Laws of Supply and Demand, with Special Reference to Their Influence on Over Production and Unemployment, Constable, London, ; The Newspaper, Williams & Norgate, .
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In Visions of the Press in Britain,Mark Hampton argues that qualities expected of the contemporary British press--lively writing, speed, impartiality, depth, and the ability to topple corrupt governments by informing readers--are not obvious attributes of journalism but derive from more than a century of debate.
He analyzes the various historical conceptions of the British press that helped to Cited by: In Visions of the Press in Britain,Mark Hampton argues that qualities expected of the contemporary British press--lively writing, speed, impartiality, depth, and the ability to topple corrupt governments by informing readers--are not obvious attributes of journalism but derive from more than a century of debate.
"In Visions of the Press in Britain,Mark Hampton analyzes the various historical conceptions of the British press that helped to create its modern role and demonstrates that these conceptions were intimately involved in the emergence of mass democracy in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.".
roundtable: visions of the press in britain, – by mark hampton urbana and chicago: the university of illinois press, (pp. Author: Mark Andrew Hampton, Tom O'malley, Simon Potter, Joel Wiener.
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In Visions of the Press in Britain,Mark Hampton argues that qualities expected of the contemporary British press--lively writing, speed, impartiality, depth, and the ability to topple corrupt governments by informing readers--are not obvious attributes of journalism but derive from more than a century of : Mark HAMPTON.
Published on Reviews in History () Visions of the Press in Britain, – Review Number:€ Publish date:€Thursday, 1 June, Visions of the Press in Britain, – The subject of this book is not the modern British newspaper. It focuses instead on social commentary about the British press, from the abolition of the “taxes on knowledge” to the report of the Royal Commission on the by: 1.
In Visions of the Press in Britain,Mark Hampton surveys a diversity of sources--Parliamentary speeches and commissions, books, pamphlets, periodicals and select private correspondence--in order to identify how governmental elites, the educated public, professional journalists, and industry moguls characterized the political and cultural function of the : Mark Hampton.
Visions of the Press in Britain, – Mark Hampton Chicago, University of Illinois Press,ISBN: ; Price: £ Framing China: media images and political debates in Britain, the USA and Switzerland, / Ariane Knusel. by: Knusel, Ariane Published: () The Americanization of the British press, s speed in the age of transatlantic journalism / Joel H.
Wiener. Request PDF | On Apr 1,Mark Hampton and others published ROUNDTABLE: VISIONS OF THE PRESS IN BRITAIN, BY MARK HAMPTON URBANA AND CHICAGO: THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS PRESS, By Amy Milne-Smith, Published on 10/01/05Author: Amy Milne-Smith. Women and Work Culture: Britain c– - CRC Press Book Women's work has proved to be an important and lively subject of debate for historians.
An earlier focus on the pay, conditions and occupational opportunities of predominantly blue-collar working-class women has now been joined by an interest in other social groups (white-collar.
18 Hilliard, Christopher, ‘ The twopenny library: the book trade, working-class readers, and “middlebrow” novels in Britain, – ’, Twentieth Century British History, by: 4.
Visions of the Press in Britain, Author: Mark Hampton Pub Date: October The cultural and intellectual history of the British press learn more Elizabeth I Book and Verse A Guide to Middle English Biblical Literature. Author: James H. Morey Pub Date: learn more. Prof. Hampton is a cultural historian of Britain and the British Empire.
His first book, Visions of the Press in Britain,analyzed the ways in which British elites understood the role of the press during a period of rapid political and social change. Since then he has written several essays on twentieth century British journalism.
15 See Hampton, Mark, “ ‘Understanding Media’: Theories of the Press in Britain, –,” Media, Culture and Society 23 (March ): – For a more detailed elaboration of this intellectual context, see my forthcoming study, provisionally entitled Visions of the Press in Britain, – (Urbana, Ill., ).
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