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The Literature of Journalism

An Annotated Bibliography

Author:

Warren C. Price

The Literature of Journalism
The Literature of Journalism

Warren C. Price, the compiler, was a professor of journalism at the University of Oregon.

The Literature of Journalism

Contents

I. HISTORY

A. General Histories of Journalism in the United States and Canada (items 1-26)
B. Special-Period Histories of Journalism in the United States (items 27-55)
C. General Histories of British Journalism (items 56-90)
D. Histories of Individual Newspapers and Associations in the United States and Canada (items 91-187)
E. Histories of Individual Newspapers in Great Britain (items 188-213)
F. Histories of the Regional and Specialized Press in the United States (items 214-261)
G. General Printing History (items 262-290)

II. BIOGRAPHY

A. Collected Biographies (items 291-332)
B. United States and Canadian Journalists (items 333-1084)
C. British Journalists (items 1085-1289)
D. Journalists of Other Countries (items 1289a-1325)

III. NARRATIVES OF JOURNALISTS AT WORK AND ANTHOLOGIES OF JOURNALISTIC WRITING

A. General News and Features (items 1326-1373)
B. Columns, Criticism, and Poetry (items 1374-1412)
C. Editorials (items 1413-1445)
D. Foreign Correspondence and War Correspondence: Before World War I (items 1446-1494)
World War I and the Period up to World War II (items 1495-1580)
World War II (items 1581-1688)
Post-World War II Period (items 1689-1740) 258
E. Political, Economic, and Social Reporting and Correspondence (items 1741-1814)
F. Photography and Cartooning (items 1815-1864)
G. Sports (items 1865-1884)

IV. APPRAISALS OF THE PRESS, ETHICS OF THE PRESS, AND LAW OF THE PRESS

A. General Appraisals of the Press in the United States (items 1885-1973)
B. General Appraisals of the British Press (items 1974-1987)
C. Ethical Studies of the Press (items 1988-2000)
D. Freedom of the Press and Legal Analyses of the Press in the United States (items 2001-2123)
E. Freedom of the Press and Legal Analyses of the Press in Great Britain (items 2124-2153)
V. TECHNIQUES OF JOURNALISM, INCLUDING TEXTBOOKS (items 2154-2302)
VI. JOURNALISM EDUCATION AND VOCATIONAL GUIDANCE (items 2303-2339)

VII. MAGAZINES

A. History of Magazines in the United States (items 2340-2375)
B. History of British Magazines (items 2376-2394)
C. Collections of Magazine Material (items 2395-2419)

VIII. PERIODICALS OF THE PRESS (items 2420-2477)

IX. MANAGEMENT OF THE PRESS

A. General Studies and Texts (items 2478-2501)
B. Advertising (items 2502-2550)
C. Circulation and Distribution (items 2551-2564)
D. Production and Labor Relations in the Printing Industry (items 2565-2597)

X. PUBLIC OPINION, PROPAGANDA, AND PUBLIC RELATIONS

A. General Studies in Public Opinion (items 2598-2655)
B. Public Opinion Measurement and Media Analysis (items 2656-2695)
C. Propaganda (items 2696-2750)
D. Publicity and Public Relations (items 2751-2775)

XI. RADIO AND TELEVISION (items 2776-2834)

XII. FOREIGN PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL COMMUNICATION FACILITIES (items 2835-2924)

XIII. BIBLIOGRAPHIES AND DIRECTORIES

A. General Bibliographies (items 2925-2946)
B. Bibliographies on Special Fields of Journalism: Advertising (items 2947-2948)
Foreign Press and International Communications (items 2949-2963)
Legal Bibliographies (items 2964-2970)
Printing (items 2971-2976)
Public Opinion, Propaganda, and Public Relations (items 2976a-2991)
Radio and Television (items 2992-2997)
C. Check Lists of Newspapers and Magazines (items 2998-3078)
D. Almanacs, Directories, Manuals, and Yearbooks (items 3079-3131)
E. Indexes (items 3132-3147)

INDEX