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"A good line of advertising:" the historical development of children's advertising as reflected in St. Nicholas Magazine, 1873-1905
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2007)
Media researchers often assume that children's advertising began in the early days of radio and television broadcasting. In fact, it had begun nearly a half century earlier within the pages of children's magazines. One of the first magazines...
The military versus the press : Japanese military controls over one U.S. journalist, John B. Powell, in Shanghai during the Sino-Japanese war, 1937-1941
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2008)
Military controls over journalism and journalists during wartime have long existed in various forms. As multinational relations become more complex during a war, the military controls can extend beyond the journalists of ...
How media and communication graduates find jobs
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2019)
With rising college student debt, questions about the return on investment for a degree in media and communication and perceived instability in the industry, students want to know how they will find jobs before loans are ...
Exporting Hollywood excellence : public relations excellence theory and the MPPDA's European public affairs program of the 1920s
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2020)
[ACCESS RESTRICTED TO THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI AT AUTHOR'S REQUEST.] To test the theory that the period between the mid-1920s and the 1950s was marked by the "two-way asymmetrical model" of public relations, this thesis searches for the modern...
If it feeds, it leads : eating, media, identity, and ecofeminist food journalism
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2021)
This project explored contemporary food journalism and placed it in the larger context of American history, asking how such media made eating a matter of public concern. In other words, it asked: how does food journalism ...
Point of view : examining the magazine industry standard
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2009)
Point of view permeates every aspect of magazines. As a relatively modern concept, the journalistic device went previously unstudied in scholarly form. The research question, "How and why do U.S. consumer magazine writers ...