Anniversary Journalism, Collective Memory, and the Cultural Authority to Tell the Story of the American Past

@inproceedings{Kitch2003AnniversaryJC,
  title={Anniversary Journalism, Collective Memory, and the Cultural Authority to Tell the Story of the American Past},
  author={Carolyn L. Kitch},
  year={2003}
}
L'A. examine comment les medias journalistiques americains celebrent leurs propres anniversaires d'une maniere qui leur permet de definir la memoire nationale et de se positionner comme historiens publics. Il analyse vingt-cinq magazines nationaux de consommateurs representant un large eventail de sujets et d'interets, l'etendue chronologique allant de periodes courtes - cinquieme anniversaire par exemple - a des periodes depassant le siecle. Malgre la diversite des contenus et des publics, l… CONTINUE READING

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