Vol. 33

Volume 33, No. 1, 2016

These issues are available through Communication and Mass Media Complete on EBSCOHost.

Editor’s Note

Articles

The Scramble for African Media:
The British Government, Reuters and Thomson in the 1960s
By John Jenks

“‘A Nation-Wide Chain Within 60 Days’:
Radio Network Failure in Early American Broadcasting”
By Michael R. Socolow

“Wild Horse Annie” Rides on Washington:
Mythical Characterization in Newspaper Coverage of Wild Horse Advocacy
By Aaron T. Phillips

Positioning for Battle:
The Ideological Struggle over Senator Joseph McCarthy and the American Establishment
By Julie B. Lane

Professional Notes

Historical Readership Studies:
A Methodological and Autobiographical Note
By David Paul Nord

Book Reviews

Public Relations and Religion in American History: Evangelism, Temperance, and Business
By Margot Opdycke Lamme
Reviewed by Randy L. Armstrong

Global Muckraking: 100 Years of Investigative Journalism from Around the World
By Anya Schiffrin
Reviewed by Gretchen Soderlund

Pauline Frederick Reporting: A Pioneering Broadcaster Covers the Cold War
By Marilyn S. Greenwald
Reviewed by Sherilyn Cox Bennion,

Word Warrior: Richard Durham, Radio and Freedom
By Sonja D. Williams
Reviewed by Todd Steven Burroughs

Byline of Hope: Collected Newspaper and Magazine Writing of Helen Keller
By Beth A. Haller
Reviewed by Nancy L. Roberts

Community Newspapers and The Japanese-American Incarceration Camps:
Community, Not Controversy
By Ronald Bishop
Reviewed by Krysti J. Carlson-Goering

Crack of the Bat: A History of Baseball on the Radio
By James R. Walker
Reviewed by Roger Heinrich

Digital Media Reviews

Image of the Journalist in Popular Culture
Reviewed by Paulette Kilmer

A Football Life: Ed Sabol
Reviewed by Scott D. Peterson

Presidential Address

Crossing Borders and Bridging Gaps:
Preserving the Past and Ensuring the Future of AJHA
Erika Pribanic-Smith

Endnotes

 

Volume 33, No. 2, 2016

These issues are available through Communication and Mass Media Complete on EBSCOHost.

Editor’s Note

Articles

The Passport Battle of Journalist Anne Bauer, 1950-1954
By Edward Alwood

Editing a Paper in Hell:
Davis Lee and the Exigencies of Smalltime Black Journalism
By Thomas Aiello

Hard Sell or Soft Sell? The Advertising Philosophies and Professional Relationship of Rosser Reeves and David Ogilvy
By Daniel M. Haygood

“Boys are Running off to the Wars by Scores”:
Promoting Masculinity and Conquest in the Coverage of the Mexican-American War
By Mark Bernhardt

Professional Notes

A Bid for Expanded Research
David Kaszuba

Book Reviews

Mary McGrory: The First Queen of Journalism
By John Norris
Reviewed by Agnes Hooper Gottlieb

Imprinting Britain: Newspapers, Sociability, and the Shaping of British North America
By Michael Eamon
Reviewed by Dean Jobb

Washington Merry-Go-Round: The Drew Pearson Diaries, 1960-1966
By Drew Pearson
Reviewed by Harvey Strum

Eye on the Struggle: Ethel Payne, the First Lady of the Black Press
By James McGrath Morris
Reviewed by Wayne Dawkins

Byline Richard Wright: Articles from the Daily Worker and New Masses
By Earle V. Bryant, ed.
Reviewed by Thomas C. Terry

Reporting Baseball’s Sensational Season of 1890:
The Brotherhood War and the Rise of Modern Sports Journalism
By Scott D. Peterson
Reviewed by Chris Lamb

Heroes and Scoundrels: The Image of the Journalist in Popular Culture
By Matthew C. Erlich and Joe Saltzman
Reviewed by Ray Begovich

Digital Media Reviews

Trumbo
Reviewed by Cayce Myers

The End of the Tour
Reviewed by Raluca Cozma

Spotlight
Reviewed by Jack Breslin

Endnotes

 

Volume 33, No. 3, 2016

Editor’s Note                                                       

Articles

More Than “Rations, Passions and Fashions”:
Re-Examining the Women’s Pages in the Milwaukee Journal
By Kimberly Voss and Lance Speere

More Than “little old ladies going gliding”:
The Canadian Press and Women’s Interest News
By Barbara M. Freeman

“Thus Did Restell Seal This Unfortunate Lady’s Lips with a Lie”:
George Washington Dixon’s Polyanthos and the Seductive Abortion Narrative
By Nicole C. Livengood

Edward Kennedy’s Long Road to Reims:
The Media and the Military in World War II
By Richard A. Fine

Professional Notes

Reflections on Radio History, Preservation, and Relevance
Noah Arceneaux

Book Reviews

Reporting the Cuban Revolution: How Castro Manipulated American Journalists
By Leonard Ray Teel
Reviewed by Rosemary Armao

Cold War on the Airwaves: The Radio Propaganda War against East Germany
By Nicholas J. Schlosser
Reviewed by Len O’Kelly

AP Foreign Correspondents in Action: World War II to the Present
By Giovanna Dell’Orto
Reviewed by Philip Glende

Making News: The Political Economy of Journalism in Britain and America from the Glorious Revolution to the Internet
By Richard R. John and Jonathan Silberstein-Loeb, eds.
Reviewed by Owen V. Johnson

Women, Workers, and Race in LIFE Magazine:
Hansel Mieth’s Reform Photojournalism, 1934-1955
By Dolores Flamiano
Reviewed by Keith Greenwood

Press Portrayals of Women Politicians, 1870s-2000s:
From “Lunatic” Woodhull to “Polarizing” Palin
By Teri Finneman
Reviewed by Tracy Moniz

The African American Press in World War II:
Toward Victory and Home and Abroad
By Paul Alkebulan
Reviewed by Nathaniel Frederick II

 The $ystem: Journalism 1897-1920
By Lincoln Steffens, Tom Streissguth, ed.
Reviewed by Richard Anthony Lewis

Digital Media Reviews

Truth
Reviewed by Aaron T. Phillips

Kill the Messenger
Reviewed by Mary M. Cronin

Rosewater
Reviewed by Stephen A. Banning

Endnotes

 

Volume 33, No. 4, 2016

These issues are available through Communication and Mass Media Complete on EBSCOHost.

Editor’s Note                                                         

Articles

Baby, You Can Drive My Car:
Advertising Women’s Freedom in 1920s America
By Einav Rabinovitch-Fox

Piercing the Paper Curtain:
The Southern Editorial Response to National Civil Rights Coverage
By David Wallace

Subversive Voices:
George Seldes and Mid-Twentieth Century Muckraking
By Helen Fordham

“What Deepest Remains”: How Photojournalistic Mutualism Between
Robert Capa and Elmer Lower Shaped Modern Concepts of World War II
By Steven Holiday and Dale Cressman

Professional Notes

Teaching History in the Age of Black Lives Matters:
Embracing the Narratives of the Long Struggle for Civil Rights
By Earnest L. Perry Jr.

Book Reviews

The Defender: How the Legendary Black Newspaper Changed America
By Ethan Michaeli
Reviewed by Aleen J. Ratzlaff

 At Home with Ernie Pyle
By Owen V. Johnson, ed.
Reviewed by Robert Rabe

American Journalism:
Murrow’s Cold War: Public Diplomacy for the Kennedy Administration
By Gregory M. Tomlin
Reviewed by Louise Benjamin

The Newspaper Warrior:
Sarah Winnemucca Hopkins’s Campaign for American Indian Rights, 1864-1891
By Cari M. Carpenter and Carolyn Sorisio, eds.
Reviewed by John M. Coward

Newsmaker: Roy W. Howard, The Mastermind
Behind the Scripps-Howard News Empire from the Gilded Age to the Atomic Age
By Patricia Beard
Reviewed by Edward Alwood

The Press and Slavery in America, 1791-1859:
The Melancholy Effect of Popular Excitement
By Brian Gabrial
Review by Stephen Banning

From Jack Johnson to LeBron James: Sports, Media, and the Color Line
By Chris Lamb, ed.
Reviewed by Matt Haught

Relentless: The Stories Behind the Photographs
By Neil Leifer with Diane K. Shah
Reviewed by Amy Forss

Pulitzer’s Gold: A Century of Public Service Journalism
By Roy J. Harris Jr.
Reviewed by Mary Beadle

Digital Media Reviews

The Bain Collection
Reviewed by Denitsa Yotova

True Story
Reviewed by Erika J. Pribanic-Smith

Whiskey Tango Foxtrot
By Koji Fuse

Endnotes

Thanks to Reviewers