Changing genre conventions in historical English news discourse /

Mark Twain's famous hoax articles, such as "Petrified Man" (1862) and "ABloody Massacre near Carson" (1863), are forerunners of a genre - news satire -which blends together social criticism, humour and intentional deception. Unlike the present-day fake news press, represente...

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Corporate Author: CHINED (Conference) Rostock, Germany)
Other Authors: Bös, Birte, 1974- (Editor), Kornexl, Lucia (Editor)
Format: Conference Proceeding eBook
Language:English
Published: Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publishing Company, [2015]
Series:Advances in historical sociolinguistics ; 5.
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505 0 |a Changing Genre Conventions in Historical English News Discourse; Editorial page; Title page; LCC data; Table of contents; Preface ; Introduction ; References; Part I. The formation of public news discourse and metadiscursive terminology; "We have in some former bookes told you": The significance of metatext in 17th-century English news; 1. Introduction; 2. Definitions; 3. Data and method; 3.1 Electronic corpora and archives; 3.2 Methodology; 4. Analysis; 4.1 Beginnings of periodical news (1620-1641); 4.2 From the Civil War to the London Gazette (1642-1665) 
505 8 |a 4.3 From the London Gazette to the lapse of the Licensing Act (1665-1695)5. Concluding comments; Corpus of analysis; References; Corpora, archives and tools; Secondary sources; Conceptualisations, sources and agents of news: Key terms as signposts of changing journalistic practices; 1. Introduction: Aim, data and methods; 2. Concepts of news; 2.1 Basic conceptualisation of news: News, advice, information, intelligence, tidings, account, and report; 2.2 Reflections of news values in adjectival premodification; 2.3 Evaluative conceptualisations of news: Discourse and rumour. 
505 8 |a 3. News gathering and transmission3.1 Written messages communicating news: Letter, mail, despatch/dispatch, express, and bulletin; 4. Agents of news processing: Correspondent, reporter, journalist, editor, and Reuter; 5. Conclusion; References; Corpora and tools; Secondary sources; Part II. Changing modes of reference and shifts in audience orientation; News in space and time; 1. Introduction; 2. Representing time and space in newspapers; 3. News writing: Inputs, models and transformations; 4. Findings; 4.1 Time; 4.2 Places; 5. Conclusions; References; Corpora and tools; Primary sources. 
505 8 |a Secondary sourcesChanging genre conventions and sociocultural change: Person-mention in 19th-century English advertis; 1. Advertisements as a promotional genre; 2. Person-mention in advertisements; 2.1 Previous research; 2.2 Advertiser-reference and audience-mention: Basic forms and functions; 3. Advertisements in their sociocultural context; 3.1 Psychobiography; 3.2 Situated activity; 3.3 Social setting; 3.4 Contextual resources; 4. Advertisements from The Times and The Morning Post; 5. Frequency of person-mention. 
505 8 |a 6. Grammatical and interpersonal functions of advertiser- and audience-mention7. Conclusion; References; Corpora and archives; Secondary sources; Late Modern English death notices: Transformations of a traditional text type; 1. Introduction; 2. Death notices: An introduction to the text type; 3. The Corpus of English Death Notices (CEDN): Compilation and composition; 4. Medium-specific constraints: Death notices in the wider discourse context; 4.1 Position in the newspaper; 4.2 Layout and typography; 4.3 Principles of order; 4.4 Text length. 
520 |a Mark Twain's famous hoax articles, such as "Petrified Man" (1862) and "ABloody Massacre near Carson" (1863), are forerunners of a genre - news satire -which blends together social criticism, humour and intentional deception. Unlike the present-day fake news press, represented e.g. by the British satiricalmagazine Private Eye or the American spoof newspaper The Onion, mostof these inaugural forms were not based on actual events. Instead, they createdentirely imaginary situations so as to feed the readers' thirst for shockingsensations while satirising their manias. Interestingly, Twain's made-up. 
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