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  • Reporting from the Danger Zone

    Frontline Journalists, Their Jobs, and an Increasingly Perilous Future

    By Maria Armoudian

    Journalism is a dangerous business when one’s "beat" is a war zone. Armoudian reveals the complications facing frontline journalists who cover warzones, hot spots and other hazardous situations. It compares yesterday’s conflict journalism, which was fraught with its own dangers, with today’s…

    Paperback – 2016-08-01 
    Routledge

  • The Places and Spaces of News Audiences

    Edited by Chris Peters

    Historically, or so we would like to believe, the story of everyday life for many people included regular, definitive moments of news consumption. Journalism, in fact, was distributed around these routines: papers were delivered before breakfast, the evening news on TV buttressed the transition…

    Hardback – 2016-08-01 
    Routledge
    Journalism Studies

  • Inventing the Popular in Nineteenth-Century France

    Printing, Politics, and Poetics

    By Bettina R. Lerner

    The decades leading up to the Revolution of 1848 witnessed radical transformations in popular culture in France. In the first study to show how competing works by working-class writers both resisted and contributed to these sudden changes in the cultural field, Bettina R. Lerner departs from…

    Hardback – 2016-07-28 
    Routledge

  • The European Handbook of Media Accountability

    By Susanne Fengler, Tobias Eberwein

    In recent years, the Leveson Inquiry in Great Britain, as well as the EU High Level Group on Media Freedom and Pluralism, have stirred heated debates about media accountability and media self-regulation across Europe. How responsible are journalists? How well-developed are infrastructures of media…

    Hardback – 2016-07-28 
    Routledge

  • Redefining Journalism in the Era of the Mass Press, 1880-1920

    Edited by John Steel, Marcel Broersma

    At the turn of the 20th century, the significant social, political, and technological changes that were occurring in society also heralded new roles and functions for journalism as a profession and as an aspect of a burgeoning mass mediated society. Redefining Journalism in the Era of the Mass…

    Hardback – 2016-07-18 
    Routledge

  • Appropriated Photographs in French Surrealist Periodicals, 1924-1939

    By Linda Steer

    The first monograph to analyze the Surrealist gesture of photographic appropriation, this study examines "found" photographs in three French Surrealist reviews published in the 1920s and 1930s: La Révolution surréaliste, edited by André Breton; Documents, edited by Georges Bataille; and Minotaure,…

    Hardback – 2016-07-15 
    Routledge

  • Pursuing an Ethic of Empathy in Journalism

    By Janet Blank-Libra

    This book advances a journalistic theory of empathy, challenging long-held notions about how best to do journalism. Because the institution of journalism has typically equated empathy and compassion with bias, it has been slow to give the intelligence of the emotions a legitimate place in the…

    Hardback – 2016-07-01 
    Routledge
    Routledge Research in Journalism

  • Journalism’s Lost Generation

    The Decimation of U.S. Newspaper Newsrooms

    By Scott Reinardy

    This book looks at the journalism industry and its changes during the late 20th century and early 21st century. It’s a researched and opinionated take on the transitions brought on my television, the internet, and budget declines. Reinardy’s underlying theme is that the changes in the industry don’…

    Hardback – 2016-06-23 
    Routledge

  • The Forgotten Chaucer Scholarship of Mary Eliza Haweis, 1848–1898

    By Mary Flowers Braswell

    The author of numerous books on Geoffrey Chaucer, the nineteenth-century scholar Mary Eliza Haweis has been largely erased from general histories of Chaucer studies. In her critical biography, Mary Flowers Braswell traces Haweis’s career, bringing her out of obscurity and placing her contributions…

    Hardback – 2016-06-21 
    Routledge

  • The Indian Ladies' Magazine

    Raj and Swaraj

    By Deborah Anna Logan

    The Indian Ladies’ Magazine, published in Madras from 1901 to 1918 and from 1927 to 1938 by Kamala Satthianandhan, was one of the first women-edited periodicals in colonial India. Published in the language of the colonial rulers, it had as its intended readership women in both the East and the West…

    Hardback – 2016-05-28 
    Routledge

  • The Routledge Handbook to Nineteenth-Century British Periodicals and Newspapers

    By Andrew King, Alexis Easley, John Morton

    Providing a comprehensive, interdisciplinary examination of scholarship on nineteenth-century British periodicals, this volume surveys the current state of research and offers researchers an in-depth examination of contemporary methodologies. The impact of digital media and archives on the field…

    Hardback – 2016-05-26 
    Routledge

  • Explorations in Global Media Ethics

    Edited by Muhammad Ayish, Shakuntala Rao

    Studies of global media and journalism have repeatedly returned to discussions of ethics. This book highlights the difficulty that journalists encounter when establishing appropriate ethical practices and marks the pressing importance of global media ethics as a subject of current debate. A wide…

    Paperback – 2016-05-16 
    Routledge
    Journalism Studies

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