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Reading The News: A Pantheon Guide To Popular Culture

  title={Reading The News: A Pantheon Guide To Popular Culture},
  author={Schudson and Michael.},
Women in the Margins: Media Representations of Women's Labour in the Canadian Press, 1935-1945
During the Second World War, women’s participation in Canada’s ‘total war’ effort meant increased domestic responsibilities, volunteering, enlisting in the armed forces, and joining the civilian
Stories of Siblinghood: Three Nordic Neighbors at the 1994 Winter Olympics
This article analyzes newspaper representations of Norway, Sweden and Finland as Nordic neighboring countries at the 1994 Winter Olympics. Held in the Norwegian town of Lillehammer, the games
Post-Post-Truth: An Adaptationist Theory of Journalistic Verism
In the age of post-truth, media studies find themselves trapped between the desire to restore journalism’s authority as a veristic (truth-seeking) institution and the lack of a coherent, applicable
Eyes Wide Shut: Failures to Teach Student Journalists About Eyewitness Error
  • R. Blom
  • Education
    Journalism & Mass Communication Educator
  • 2018
Every news story depends on human memory one way or the other; in particular, eyewitness accounts. However, the amount of scholarly research on eyewitness misidentification in the fields of
J-school ethnography
The norms of modern journalism were shaped by the development of university-based journalism programs in the United States in the late nineteenth century. In Europe, journalism still struggles with
West Hollywood Is Not That Big on Anything but White People: Constructing “Gay Men of Color”
It is found that gay men of color use a number of cultural tropes that provide them the framework necessary to structure their experiences within a larger social context of a largely white, heterosexual society.
Ethnographic journalism
Accounting for emerging journalistic genres is a difficult endeavor not least because there is little agreement as to what constitutes journalism itself. Doing so, however, is essential if we are to
Nuclear voices in the news: A comparison of source, news agency and newspaper content about nuclear energy over time
While news media are frequently criticized for their alleged increasing reliance on ‘subsidized content’ provided by sources and news agencies, this claim is seldom empirically verified. Based on
The Temporal Tipping Point
“Slow journalism” is a term anthropologist and sociologists sometimes use to describe their empirical work, ethnography. To journalists and media observers, meanwhile, “slow journalism” signifies a