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This article explores the contradiction between the way journalism appeals to photographic indexicality in support of its claims to professional objectivity, while use of the news photograph includes violations of realism and the projection of multiple levels of connotative meaning. The article...
The combination of epistemic responsibility from moral philosophy and narrative theory provides a foundation for establishing literature-based standards for judging the quality of literary journalism. The application of these theories to the work of Polish journalist Ryszard Kapuscinski provides...
This article examines the character of the British television current affairs series World in Action from its first transmission in 1963 until 1965. Against the background of existing current affairs programming, it assesses the series' contribution to the development of distinctive rhetorical...
‘Confessional culture’ is a particularly controversial aspect of tabloidization, condemned by many within the media industry as trivial or even degrading. Others argue that, apart from the positive audience response, public explorations of the subjective are an important flexing of the...
The popular music press in the UK has undergone a number of important changes since the mid-1990s. These changes are due to a variety of factors including the emergence and proliferation of high-production glossy niched monthly titles, the fragmentation and over-saturation of the market for...
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