A case study of Pittsburg Magazine : an analysis of the use of Facebook and Twitter from the perspective of magazine editors and readers
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Webs of intimacy and influence: unraveling writing culture at Harper's magazine during the Willie Morris years (1967-1971) Townsend, Rebecca Marie, 1974- (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2009)Through an exploration of what a collective of writers have written and said about the experience of working together at Harper's Magazine from 1967-1971, this research aims to give shape to the concept of writing culture. ...
Disease as drama: dramatistic constructs and models of redemption in covering illness in Glamour magazine Pesheva, Ekaterina D., 1974- (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2005)This study sought to explore how personal medical crises are narrated in Glamour, a popular women's magazine. The study employed Kenneth Burke's dramatism, specifically his pentad and the concepts of guilt and redemption ...
Growing up consumer: representations of adult culture in contemporary American children's magazines Tauchen, Katrina D., 1986- (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2009)This study examines how contemporary American children's magazines represent the culture of adults organized for kids in two commercial magazines -- Sports Illustrated Kids and National Geographic Kids -- and two noncommercial ...