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Book's title: George Newnes and the new journalism in Britain, 1880-1910 : culture and profit Kate Jackson.
Library of Congress Control Number: 00108812
International Standard Book Number (ISBN):0754603172 (alk. paper)
Cataloging Source:DLC, DLC DLC
Authentication Code:pcc
Geographic Area Code:e-uk
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Library of Congress Call Number:PN5123.N4 J33 2001
Dewey Decimal Classification Number:070.5/0941$221
Personal Name:Jackson, Kate.
Publication, Distribution, etc.:Aldershot ; Burlington, USA . Ashgate, (c)2001.
Physical Description:293 p. : ill. ;, 24 cm.
Bibliography, etc. Note:Includes bibliographical references (p. [279]-283) and index.
Formatted Contents Note:Machine generated contents note: Part I The New Journalism: A Liberal Profession or a Branch of
Business?
Introduction to Part I
1 Securing the Suffrage of the Crowd: Tit-Bitites and Millionaires:
Tit-Bits (1881) and The Million (1892)
2 A National Institution: The Strand Magazine (1891)
Part II Liberalism and Imperialism: Developing Formats
and Expanding Horizons
Introduction to Part II
3 A Bold Stroke of Mingled Business and Benevolence'
The Westminster Gazette (1893)
4 Expanding Human ConsciousnessAcross the G0be:
The Wide World Magazifne(- -898)
Part III Speeialisation and Diversification: Targeting Niche
Audiences and Exploiting a Segmented Market
Introduction to Part III
5 Femininity, Consumption, Class and Culture in the Ladies' Paper:
The Ladies' Field (1898)
6 Respectable Anxieties, Role-Models and Readers:
The Captain (1899)
Conclusion
George Newnes: Biographical Summary
Select Bibliography
Index.
Personal Name:Newnes, George, 1851-1910.
Rubrics: Journalism
Great Britain
History$y19th century
History$y20th century

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