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Journalism, political change and front-page design.

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Rupar, V (2007) Journalism, political change and front-page design. In: Form and Style in Journalism. European Newspapers and the Representation of News, 1880-2005. Groningen Studies in Cultural Change, 26 . Peeters, Leuven. ISBN 978-90-429-1992-1

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Abstract

This paper examines the development of journalism norms by investigating the transformation of newspaper's front page design, its content and elements, over a century. The study (of daily Politika, Belgrade) analyses the types of stories and elements that typically appear on the front page of a newspaper and investigates how headlines, use of visuals, layout, selection of topics, proportion of facts and opinions, and journalism self- referentiality, serve the purpose of attracting and engaging readers. The working assumption is that the first page of a newspaper reflects not only the most important events of a previous day (social reality) but it reveals journalism approach to those events (newspaper's interpretation and construction of reality).

Item Type: Book Section
Keywords: journalism, front page, social change, form and style
Publisher: Peeters
Date Deposited: 04 May 2007
Last Modified: 18 Nov 2014 03:15
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