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The News of the World and the British Press, 1843–2011

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
Laurel Brake, Chandrika Kaul, Mark W. Turner

2. The Foundation and Early Years of the News of the World: ‘Capacious Double Sheets’
James Mussell

3. Rebranding the News of the World: 1856–90
Laurel Brake, Mark W. Turner

4. Rebranding the News of the World: 1891 and After
Laurel Brake, Mark W. Turner

5. ‘Child Slavery in England’: The News of the World and Campaigning for Children (1843–78)
Melissa Score

6. Imagining the Mass-market Woman Reader: The News of the World, 1843–77
Alexis Easley

7. News of the Imperial World: Popular Print Culture, the News of the World and India in the late Nineteenth Century
Chandrika Kaul

8. Residual Radicalism as a Popular Commercial Strategy: Beginnings and Endings
Martin Conboy

9. Passports to Oblivion: J.M. Staniforth’s Political Cartoons for the News of the World, 1893–1921
Chris Williams

10. ‘Woman as Husband’: Gender, Sexuality and Humour in the News of the World 1910–50s
Alison Oram

11. The Irish Edition — From ‘Filthy Scandal Sheet’ to ‘Old Friend’ of the Taoiseach
Kevin Rafter

12. ‘One in Every Two Households’: The News of the World in the 1950s
John Stokes

13. Bringing Popular Journalism into Disrepute: The News of the World, the Public and Politics 1953–2011
Kevin Williams

14. ‘Gross Interference with the Course of Justice’: The News of the World and the Moors Murder Trial
Adrian Bingham

15. Harbingers of the Future: Rupert Murdoch’s Takeover of the News of the World Organisation
Julian Petley

16. The Downfall of the News of the World: The Decline of the English Newspaper and the Double-edged Sword of Technology
James Rodgers

17. Afterword: Lessons of the Leveson Inquiry into the British Press
Neil Berry

Keywords: History, Cultural History, History of Britain and Ireland, Modern History, Social History, Industries, Journalism

Editor
 
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2016
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Palgrave Studies in the History of the Media
Page amount
324 pages
Category
History
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137392053
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-57675-3

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