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Speaking personally : the rise of subjective and confessional journalism / by Rosalind Coward.

By: Coward, Rosalind.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Journalism: reflections on practice.Publisher: Houndmills ; New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2013Description: vi, 157 p. ; 22 cm.ISBN: 9780230360204; 0230360203.Subject(s): Journalism | | Communication and mass media May2016DDC classification: 070.4
Contents:
Machine generated contents note: 1.The Impersonal Voice and the Fallacies of Objectivity -- 2.Changing Places: Opinion Columns and Editorials -- 3.Gonzo and I: The New Journalism -- 4.Getting Closer: Feminisation, Featurisation and the Confessional Society -- 5.Confessional Journalism -- 6.Blogging and the Intimate Universality of Cyberspace.
Summary: The personal voice is everywhere. Whether in comment writing, personal columns, confessional journalism or blogging, speaking personally is a dominant feature of contemporary journalism.
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Index : p.148-157.

Bibliography : p. 141-147.

Machine generated contents note: 1.The Impersonal Voice and the Fallacies of Objectivity -- 2.Changing Places: Opinion Columns and Editorials -- 3.Gonzo and I: The New Journalism -- 4.Getting Closer: Feminisation, Featurisation and the Confessional Society -- 5.Confessional Journalism -- 6.Blogging and the Intimate Universality of Cyberspace.

The personal voice is everywhere. Whether in comment writing, personal columns, confessional journalism or blogging, speaking personally is a dominant feature of contemporary journalism.

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