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Vanity fair vs. Santa Barbara magazine : how does national versus regional society and celebrity coverage differ specifically in depictions of food, wine and entertaining?
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2012)
"� and "intimate"� that distance the reader; whereas, Santa Barbara Magazine uses inclusive language such as "welcome," "your," "greet"� and "enjoy"� that invites the reader to the party. Essentially, Vanity Fair keeps its reader behind the velvet rope; Santa...
"Written So You Can Understand It": The process and people behind creating an issue of Popular Mechanics
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2013)
At 112 years old, Popular Mechanics has one of the longest legacies in magazines. Looking at the editorial process, editor-in-chief Jim Meigs talks about what makes great science journalism at Popular Mechanics. He talks ...