The Undeclared War Between Journalism And Fiction

Author: D. Underwood
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137353481
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In this volume, Doug Underwood asks whether much of what is now called literary journalism is, in fact, 'literary,' and whether it should rank with the great novels by such journalist-literary figures as Twain, Cather, and Hemingway, who ...

Some Honorable Men

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It was expected of me to see the world with my own eyes and own words. See it
by the warp or stance of my character. Which if it could collect into some kind of
integrity might be called a style. I was enlisted then on my side of an undeclared
war between those modes of perception called journalism and fiction. When it
came to accuracy, I was on the side of fiction. I thought fiction could bring us
closer to the truth than journalism, which is not to say one should make up facts
when writing ...

Women S Movement

Author: Heidi Slettedahl Macpherson
Publisher: Rodopi
ISBN: 9789042013629
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To say that all fiction of the 1980s provides a positive portrait of escape is,
however, to make a serious error. The feminist movement began to face
considerable backlash in the media and popular press in this decade, a decade
which also saw the rise of new "bratpack" male authors celebrating violence and
misogyny. The most cogent analysis of the backlash against feminism comes
from the Pulitzer-prize winning journalist, Susan Faludi. In Backlash: The
Undeclared War Against ...

Between Fact And Fiction

Author: Edward Jay Epstein
Publisher: Vintage
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the problem of journalism Edward Jay Epstein. ity, called for an immediate
investigation of "the death of 28 Black ... a virtual open season has been declared
on the Panthers." Time reported, on December 12, 1969, that "a series of gun
battles between Panthers and police throughout the nation" amounted to a "lethal
undeclared war," and concluded, "Whether or not there is a concerted police
campaign, the ranks of Panther leadership have been decimated in the past two
years." In the.

Apais Australian Public Affairs Information Service

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3, Spring 1995 : 89-91 (Fiction, Australian* / Jose, Nicholas* / Literary criticism)
A96021746 JOURNALISM Applied cybernetics and its implications for education
for journalism. bibl. ... HENNINGHAM, heus (St Lucia, ald), 1995 : 225-238
Technological change* / veys / Computer Video recordings / Job Newspapers /
Television) A96065487 Australian journalists' religious views. bibl., tables. .... [
The undeclared war between ASIS and the media in reporting about security
matters].

The Drunken Journalist

Author: Howard Good
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Crowley, John W. The White Logic: Alcoholism and Gender in Modernist
American Fiction. Amherst: University of ... Erhlich, Matthew C. "Thinking Critically
About Journalism Through Popular Culture." Journalism Educator 50 (winter
1996): 35-41. Estes, Nada J., and M. Edith Heinemann, eds. Alcoholism:
Development, Consequences, and Interventions, 2d ed. St. Louis: C. V. Mosby,
1982. Faludi, Susan. Backlash: The Undeclared War Against American Women.
New York: Doubleday ...

Journalism Mass Communication Abstracts

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FICTION. FEMINIST. AGE. EDUCATION. OCCUPATION. In Backlash: The
Undeclared War Against American Women, Susan Faludi argued that an
antifeminist sentiment was prevalent in the media during the Regan and Bush
administrations. To determine if this backlash was present in women's magazine
fiction, a content analysis was con- EMOTIONS. STRATEGY. CROSS-
CULTURAL RESEARCH. BEHAVIOR. ANGER. GENDER. This research
elaborates on the research of ...

Contemporary Authors

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A Bio-bibliographical Guide to Current Writers in Fiction, General Nonfiction,
Poetry, Journalism, Drama, Motion Pictures, Television and Other Fields. of
Becket ... For The Violent Peace: A Report on Wars in the Postwar World, Mydans
collaborated with her husband, Carl Mydans, to examine the nature of
international conflict after World War II. ... Thomas Lask of the New York Times,
for instance, remarked that "the book is no mere recital of gross cruelties and
undeclared war.

Chasing The Dragon

Author: Roy Rowan
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 9781599217017
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A Veteran Journalist's Firsthand Account of the 1946-9 Chinese Revolution Roy
Rowan. as president. To accomplish all this, he levied high taxes. ... Then, when
Japan renewed its undeclared war against China in 1937, he hid out in Konanpo
("hillside of conquering all difficulties"), where he maintained a delicate buffer
position between the Nationalists, Communists, and Japanese in an attempt to
play each against the others. Most of the warlords had risen through the ranks of
the ...