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A New Journalism for a New Age

Jane L. Chapman, Nick Nuttall
Published: 5 April 2011
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Keywords: a new journalism for a new age - history of press littered with “new journalisms” - lurid sensationalism of nineteenth-century Sundays / role of typographic and stylistic innovation - driven by new technologies / “framework” for the “new journalisms” emerging / Joseph Pulitzer's World / headlines - “How Babies Are Baked / ” “Burning Babies Fall From The Roof / ” and “Lines of Little Hearses” / Britain / and a New Journalism - appearing / and copying aspects of Yellow Journalism / New Journalism / with people approaching newspaper texts - quite differently from any other reading matter / journalists taking pride in describing themselves as hacks - members of a profession / blurred by public relations and citizen journalism / objective reporting - substance over style - “objectivity” appearing to be central to journalistic sense of professionalism / objectivity and independence / cardinal virtues - stock-in-trade of a new institution / “bare-bones” problem / mixing news and interpretation - explaining and illuminating / journalist as partisan

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