Early modern English news discourse: newspapers, pamphlets and scientific news discourse. Edited by: Jucker, A H. Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2009. ISBN 978-90-272-5432-0 .
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In Early Modern Britain, new publication channels were developed and new textual genres established themselves. News discourse became increasingly more important and reached wider audiences, with pamphlets as the first real mass media. Newspapers appeared, first on a weekly and then on a daily basis. And scientific news discourse in the form of letters exchanged between fellow scholars turned into academic journals. The papers in this volume provide state-of-the art analyses of these developments.
The first part of the volume contains studies of early newspapers that range from reports of crime and punishment to want ads, and from traces of religious language in early newspapers to the use of imperatives. The second part is devoted to pamphlets and provides detailed analyses of news reporting and of impoliteness strategies. The last section is devoted to scientific news discourse and traces the early publication formats in their various manifestations.
|Item Type:||Edited Scientific Work|
|Communities & Collections:||06 Faculty of Arts > Institute of English Studies|
|DDC:||820 English & Old English literatures|
|Deposited On:||04 Feb 2010 08:45|
|Last Modified:||04 Apr 2012 15:10|
|Series Name:||Pragmatics & Beyond New Series|
|Number of Pages:||227|
|Additional Information:||The papers in this volume were presented at the Second Conference on Historical News Discourse (CHINED) held at the Kartause Ittingen (Switzerland), on August 31 and September 1, 2007|
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