Journalism and Communication Monographs

Journalism and Communication Monographs is an academic journal focusing on Journalism and Communication Monographs

Articles from Vol. 10, No. 3, Autumn

American Newspapers and the Great Meteor Storm of 1833: A Case Study in Science Journalism
AbstractAmerican newspaper coverage of the great meteor storm of 1833 provides an opportunity to observe that era's science journalism in action. The results are surprising. Newspapers in this period from the Revolution to the Civil War focused almost...
Editor's Note
As I begin my responsibilities as editor of Journalism &* Communication Monographs, I would like to acknowledge the work of Anantha S. Babbili, the previous editor, and Bonnie Brennan, the previous associate editor. The manuscripts in this volume...
Seeing Themselves through the Lens of the Other: An Analysis of the Cross-Cultural Production and Negotiation of National Geographic's "The Samurai Way" Story
AbstractMore than any other publication, National Geographic magazine has taught Americans about the world around them. Recently, the magazine's view of the world has become more complex. Since 1995, the magazine has been producing editions published...