News Networks in 17thc Brit&eu


by
Joad Raymond (Editor)

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Page count: 176 pages

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Language: English

Examining new research, this excellent volume presents a series of case-studies exemplifying the new newspaper history. Using cross-cultural comparisons, Joad Raymond establishes an agenda for answering crucial questions central to the future histories of the political and literary culture of early-modern Britain:

* What is the relationship between the circulation of news in Britain and communication networks elsewhere in Europe?

* Was the British development of the media unique?

* What are the specific rhetorical properties of news-communication in seventeeth-century Britain?

* What was the relationship between commerce and politics?

* How do local exchanges of news relate to national practices and institutions? 

Previously published as a special issue of the journal Media History, this book is compulsory reading for researchers and students of European history and media studies alike.

 

Examining new research, this excellent volume presents a series of case-studies exemplifying the new newspaper history. Using cross-cultural comparisons, Joad Raymond establishes an agenda for answering crucial questions central to the future histories of the political and literary culture of early-modern Britain:

* What is the relationship between the circulation of news in Britain and communication networks elsewhere in Europe?

* Was the British development of the… (more)

Examining new research, this excellent volume presents a series of case-studies exemplifying the new newspaper history. Using cross-cultural comparisons, Joad Raymond establishes an agenda for answering crucial questions central to the future histories of the political and literary culture of early-modern Britain:

* What is the relationship between the circulation of news in Britain and communication networks elsewhere in Europe?

* Was the British development of the media unique?

* What are the specific rhetorical properties of news-communication in seventeeth-century Britain?

* What was the relationship between commerce and politics?

* How do local exchanges of news relate to national practices and institutions? 

Previously published as a special issue of the journal Media History, this book is compulsory reading for researchers and students of European history and media studies alike.

 

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