Conformity and Subversion: Handwritten Newspapers from an Exiles' Commune, 1938–1943

@article{Kenna2008ConformityAS,
  title={Conformity and Subversion: Handwritten Newspapers from an Exiles' Commune, 1938–1943},
  author={M. Kenna},
  journal={Journal of Modern Greek Studies},
  year={2008},
  volume={26},
  pages={115 - 157}
}
  • M. Kenna
  • Published 2008
  • Sociology
  • Journal of Modern Greek Studies
Handwritten newspapers from a commune of political exiles on one of the Aegean islands came to light 50 years after their first appearance and a survey of their contents has begun. There are more than 40 items, with seven differently titled newspapers catering to a variety of readers, from ordinary communards to political theorists and members of regionally-based sub-groups. A detailed discussion of particular issues of newspapers using theoretical insights from the works of Goffman and… Expand
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