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by Frankie Hutton,Barbara Straus Reed


Frankie Hutton is the author of The Early Black Press in America, 1827–1860. If you want to examine a book for possible course use, please see our Course Books page.

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Frankie Hutton is the author of The Early Black Press in America, Библиографические данные. Outsiders in 19th-century Press History: Multicultural Perspectives.

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Examining the publications of various marginalized groups provides modern readers with a more complicated sense of the outsider experience in nineteenth-century America by allowing long-silenced groups to speak for themselves.

Frankie Hutton, Barbara Straus Reed. It shows how marginal groups developed their own journalism to counter the prejudices and misconceptions of the white establishment press. The essays address the important questions of freedom of expression in religious matters as well as the domains of race and gender.

Democratic Idealism in the Black Press, in Outsiders in 19th Century Press History: Multicultural Perspectives, ed. Hutton, Frankie and Reed, Barbara Straus (Bowling Green, Ohio: Bowling Green State University Press, 1995), 5–19; Hutton, Frankie, The Early Black Press in America, 1827–1860 (Westport, Conn

Bowling Green, Ohio: Bowling Green State University Popular Press, 1995. Focuses on the landmark decision against polygamy in Reynolds v. United States (1879) and the subsequent treatment of Mormons in the press. Olsen, Steven L. Cosmic Urban Symbolism in the Book of Mormon

Frankie Hutton and Barbara Straus Reed, ed. Outsiders in 19th-Century Press History: Multicultural Perspectives, 1995. Letters and Other Papers Relating to Cherokee Affairs; Being in Reply to Sundry Publications Authorized by John Ross, 1837

Frankie Hutton and Barbara Straus Reed, ed. Letters and Other Papers Relating to Cherokee Affairs; Being in Reply to Sundry Publications Authorized by John Ross, 1837.

Frankie Hutton and Barbara Straus Reed, ed. Outsiders in 19 th -Century Press History: Multicultural Perspectives (Bowling Green: Bowling Green University Popular Press, 1995), 1. 1. John Lofton, The Press as Guardian of the First Amendment (Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 1980), 279. Dietram Scheufele. Framing as a Theory of Media Effects," Journal of Communication (2009): 105. David A. Copeland, Colonial American Newspapers: Character and Content (Newark: University of Delaware Press, 1997), 46-66.

This anthology of journalism history brings together essays on the early Black press, pioneer Jewish journalism, Spanish-language newspapers, Native American newspapers, woman suffrage, peace advocacy, and Chinese American and Mormon publications. It shows how marginal groups developed their own journalism to counter the prejudices and misconceptions of the white establishment press. The essays address the important questions of freedom of expression in religious matters as well as the domains of race and gender.
Yndanol
Dr. Hutton, along with her colleagues, did a marvelous job in conveying the issues affecting minorities in journalism. I think the text is required reading at Dr. Hutton's Alma Mater, The Univesrity of South Carolina.
FEISKO
As a minority new citizen in the Unated States, I think this is a great book. It would be wonderful if all ethnic groups could have their press histories chronicled as Hutton and others have written about Jews, African-Americans, Native Americans, Women, etc. in the OUTSIDERS anthology.
Outsiders in 19th-Century Press History: Multicultural Perspectives ebook
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Frankie Hutton,Barbara Straus Reed
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