New Journalism


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New Journalism

n.
Journalism that is characterized by the reporter's subjective interpretations and often features fictional dramatized elements to emphasize personal involvement.

New Journalist n.

New Journalism

n
(Journalism & Publishing) a style of journalism originating in the US in the 1960s, which uses techniques borrowed from fiction to portray a situation or event as vividly as possible

New′ Jour′nalism


n.
journalism containing the writer's personal opinions and reactions and often fictional asides as added color.
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And the announcement ended with an injunction to "firm and trusty Millionaires" to help the publisher in "making this offer known." The connection between the commercial techniques of the New Journalism and the consumer culture that depended upon such techniques is clear.
Stead introduced a "New journalism" which featured a monstrous minotaur who, representing the male aristocrat, preyed on helpless young street girls.
With his first - person account of the 1967 peace march on the Pentagon, Mailer created a landmark in American political journalism in a style that was soon dubbed " new journalism " (also practiced by Tom Wolfe and Truman Capote ).
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They examine the political context of the book; comparison to the works of Erskine Caldwell; Agee's position as a southerner in the literary culture of 1930s Manhattan; the use of a cinematic eye for the sharecroppers' homes and possessions; links between Agee and writers like William Wordsworth, Arthur Schopenhauer, Fyodor Dostoevsky, John Berger, Federico Garcia Lorca, and Herman Melville; Agee as a forefather of New Journalism; his concept of irony; the conflict of art and nature in the book; and the portrayal of space.
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He saw more publications moving online, which is why he decided to make his new journalism venture digital-only.
In addition to the keynotes, there has been a long list of speakers from the Nordic countries, who have presented new journalism research.
Jason Mosser, in his book on participatory journalism, offers a close reading of four representative writers in an attempt to understand the motivation, meaning, and intent of New Journalism and these unique historical narratives.
As Nicey points out, Citizenside would never have approved the fake photo of Bin Laden's corpse that circulated in the mainstream press--a clear example to support Jonathan Holmes' optimism about new journalism practices.
Os romances realistas forneceram a base do New Journalism, mais de um seculo depois de Madame Bovary, e o "primeiro cinema" dos irmaos Lumiere e de Edison nao esta muito distante de videos do Youtube que tem milhoes de espectadores.