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Immersion journalism

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Immersion journalism or immersionism is a style of journalism similar to gonzo journalism. ... Critics of immersionism (who sometimes call it "stunt journalism") argue by using such method...

Fast women - Columbia Journalism Review

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Ah, stunt journalism. where would America's airport bookstores be without it? ... In Eighty Days: Nellie Bly and Elizabeth Bisland's History-Making Race Around ...

Are We Living in a Golden Age of Stunt Journalism? - Newsweek

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5 days ago ... But it's not so easy to trace its history; nobody can really tell you when stunt journalism evolved into today's more sensationalist form, so let's just ...

History of Newspapers - GitHub Pages

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Explain the effect of the penny press on modern journalism. ... Examining newspapers' historical roots can help shed some light on how and why the ..... Pulitzer responded to the success of the Yellow Kid by introducing stunt journalism.

Journalism History - SlideShare

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Feb 12, 2010 ... History of American Journalism. ... comic strips in It continued over “stunt journalism”•Both publishers used publicitystunts to build readership: .

Nellie Bly and Other Stunt Girls (and Boys) of the Late 1880s-Early ...

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Nellie Bly and Other Stunt Girls (and Boys) of the Late 1880s-Early 1900s ... News: 19th-Century Stunt Reporters" - Guylaine Spencer - History Magazine .... and notebooks left by the late Sir John Richard Robinson, the London journalist.

Uncovering Nellie Bly - UKnowledge

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Part of the Journalism Studies Commons, and the Women's History Commons ... Introduction: Nellie Bly, stunt journalist and social reformer of the late 19th ...

stunt journalism - HeinOnline

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A BRIEF HISTORY OF "STUNT JOURNALISM". "Undercover reporting" or " surreptitious newsgathering" was termed. "stunt journalism" around the turn of the last ...

Around the World in 72 Days - Film & History

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Center for the Study of Film and History ... While other women “stuntjournalists are mentioned, such as Meg Merrilies, there is no mention of the fact that one ...

Early Journalists and the Evolution of Publicists' Stunts - Scientific ...

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This study examines early journalists and public relations publicity practices through an historical analysis of 150 autobiographies, 100 biographies, and 250  ...

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Nellie Bly & Stunt Journalism | Stuff You Missed in History Class ...

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Mar 24, 2010 ... Born in 1864, Nellie Bly wasn't your average journalist -- in fact, she feigned insanity to gain entry into a mental institution. Join Sarah and Katie ...

To Live or Perish Forever – Stunt Journalism and Reporting – A ...

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Aug 13, 2009 ... The term stunt journalism first came into usage after 1887 when Nellie Bly wrote ... Part history, part journalism, part danger tourism To Live will ...

Young and Brave: Girls Changing History

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Nellie Bly so impressed a newspaper editor that she began her journalism career ... This type of reporting was new and some of her peers referred to it as “stunt ...