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After the war the press in a changing America, 1865-1900

Author: David B Sachsman; Dea Lisica
Publisher: London New York Routledge 2017
Series: Journalism Series
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Introduction / David B. Sachsman -- Press, politics, and restoration. Rebel yells and idle vaporings: the lost cause rises and dissipates in the Chicago tribune, Atlanta constitution, and New York times, 1860-1914 / Thomas C. Terry and Donald I. Shaw -- The new departure: the northern democratic press and reconstruction, 1868-1876 / Erik B. Alexander -- The forgotten issue: the Little Bighorn and the election of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Erscheint auch als:
After the war.
New Brunswick, New Jersey : Transaction Publishers, 2017
Online-Ausgabe
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: David B Sachsman; Dea Lisica
ISBN: 9781412865135 1412865131 9781412864633 1412864631
OCLC Number: 1005699734
Description: xxxii, 385 Seiten
Contents: List of Images, Illustrations, and Tables Preface - David B. Sachsman Introduction - David B. Sachsman Part I. Press, Politics, and Restoration 1 Rebel Yells and Idle Vaporings: The Lost Cause Rises and Dissipates in the Chicago Tribune, the Atlanta Constitution, and the New York Times, 1860-1914Thomas C. Terry and Donald L. Shaw 2 The New Departure: The Northern Democratic Press and Reconstruction, 1868-1876Erik B. Alexander 3 The Forgotten Issue: The Little Bighorn and the Election of 1876James E. Mueller 4 Thomas Nast, Harper's Weekly, and the Election of 1876William E. Huntzicker 5 The President's Private Life: A New Explanation for "The Right to Privacy"Patricia Ferrier 6 "Always to be the `Tocsin'": Josephus Daniels, the News & Observer, and the Rise of Jim CrowThomas C. Terry and Donald L. Shaw Part II. Journalism in the Gilded Age: Entertaining the Masses, Serving the Public, and Raking the Muck 7 Haunted Times? Ghosts in Crime Stories Printed by the New York Times, 1851-1901Paulette D. Kilmer 8 The Rocky Mountains, Yosemite, and Other Natural Wonders: Western Landscape in Travel Correspondence of the Post-Civil War PressKatrina J. Quinn 9 Consuelo, the Duke, and the Press: Celebrity and Sensationalism in the Gilded AgeWallace B. Eberhard 10 Are You Going to the Hanging? Georgia Editors and the Movement to End Public HangingsWallace B. Eberhard 11 Abolishing Wage Slavery in the Gilded Age: John Swinton and the American Labor Movement'sMemory of the Civil WarMaryan Soliman 12 Babies as Breadwinners: Child Labor Prior to Federal Reform in the Industrial North and theIndustrializing South, 1890-1899Amber Welch Part III. Images of Immigrants, Race, and Gender 13 Sickness from Abroad: How Media Framing of New Immigrants and Disease Fueled the Immigration Debate, 1891-1893Harriet Moore 14 Changes in the News: Characterizing Immigration, 1850-1890Timothy L. Moran 15 Riot, Race, and Placing Blame: Press Coverage of the 1885 Rock Springs Chinese MassacreRich Shumate16 "Black Fiends" and "Atrocious Murders": Redefining "Sensationalism" through Coverage of Interracial Crime in the Nineteenth-Century PressLee Jolliffe 17 Ida B. Wells and Coverage of Lynchings and Antilynching Efforts in Selected MainstreamNewspapers, 1892-1894Aleen J. Ratzlaff 18 Custer and the "Savages": Newspaper Coverage of the Indian War, Summer 1876Thomas C. Terry and Donald L. Shaw 19 A Moral Panic on the Plains? Press Culpability and the 1890 Massacre at Wounded KneeBrian Gabrial 20 Why Women Dared to Make Journalism Their CallingPaulette D. Kilmer 21 "They'd Vote for What is Pure and Good": Representations of Women in the Gilded Age PressJennifer E. Moore 22 The New Woman as Athlete: Coverage of the Sporting Woman in the Gilded Age PressAmber Roessner About the Editor Contributors Index
Series Title: Journalism Series
Responsibility: David B. Sachsman (editor) with Dea Lisica

Abstract:

Introduction / David B. Sachsman -- Press, politics, and restoration. Rebel yells and idle vaporings: the lost cause rises and dissipates in the Chicago tribune, Atlanta constitution, and New York times, 1860-1914 / Thomas C. Terry and Donald I. Shaw -- The new departure: the northern democratic press and reconstruction, 1868-1876 / Erik B. Alexander -- The forgotten issue: the Little Bighorn and the election of 1876 / James E. Mueller -- Thomas Nast, Harper's weekly, and the election of 1876 / William E. Huntzicker -- The president's private life: a new explanation for "the right to privacy" / Patricia Ferrier -- "Always to be the "tocsin"": Josephus Daniels, The news & observer, and the rise of Jim Crow / Thomas C. Terry and Donald l. Shaw -- Journalism in the Gilded Age: entertaining the masses, serving the public, and raking the muck. Haunted times: ghosts in crime stories printed by the New York times, 1851-1901 / Paulette D. Kilmer -- The Rocky Mountains, Yosemite, and other natural wonders: western landscape in travel correspondence of the post-civil war press / Katrina J. Quinn -- Consuelo, the Duke, and the press: celebrity and sensationalism in the Gilded Age / Wallace B. Eberhard -- Are you going to the hanging? Georgia editors and the movement to end public hangings / Wallace B. Eberhard -- Abolishing wage slavery in the Gilded Age: John Swinton and the American labor movement's memory of the Civil War / Maryan Soliman -- Babies as breadwinners: child labor prior to federal reform in the industrial north and the industrializing south, 1890-1899 / Amber Welch -- Images of immigrants, race, and gender. Sickness from abroad: how media framing of new immigrants and disease fueled the immigration debate, 1891-1893 / Harriet Moore -- Changes in the news: characterizing immigration, 1850-1890 / Timothy l. Moran -- Riot, race, and placing blame: press coverage of the 1885 Rock Springs Chinese Massacre / Rich Shumate -- "Black fiends" and "atrocious murders": redefining "sensationalism" through coverage of interracial crime in the 19th-century press / Lee Jolliffe -- Ida B. Wells and coverage of lynchings and anti-lynching efforts in selected mainstream newspapers, 1892-1894 / Aleen J. Ratzlaff -- Custer and the "savages": newspaper coverage of the Indian War, summer 1876 / Thomas C. Terry and Donald l. Shaw -- A moral panic on the Plains' press culpability and the 1890 massacre at Wounded Knee / Brian Gabrial -- Why women dared to make journalism their calling / Paulette D. Kilmer -- "They'd vote for what is pure and good?: representations of women in the Gilded Age press / Jennifer E. Moore -- The new woman as athlete: coverage of the sporting woman in the Gilded Age press / Amber Roessner

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