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    By some critical analysis, magazine is one of the informative elements that has to with education and carry information of genuine stories concerning important happenings in a particular society. Some of these magazines carry story and picture about dress code, government activities, entertainment and other cultural information and practices that are pertaining a particular society. Such as demonstration, gangster activity and government policy that could be imitated in another society against

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    Magazines are publications that cover a particular field of interest. The fields can range from modeling, pop culture, lifestyle, and fashion. These magazines represent what the society believes and celebrates. The first American magazines were General Magazine and American Magazine. These early magazines were expensive because they did not carry advertising to help lower the costs. The circulations were small, and only wealthy patrons could afford these publications. Later in the 1800s, magazines

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    Harper Magazine Literary Piracy, Nationalism and Woman readers by Jennifer Phegley is a peer review article that talks about British literature in the American magazine. This Harper review goes over the magazine impacted American nationalism , what the magazine had in store for American women and what that meant for the American society.The Harper magazine review mainly focused on the problem of british literature and its impact on changing the lives of American women as well asAmerica as a whole

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    Muckrakers

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    "story of the poor" became the basic outline for muckraking (Ho... ... middle of paper ... ...direct success. However, indirectly, it was one of the most powerful journalistic movements of our history. The total circulation of the ten muckraking magazines reached over three million. Also, Upton Siclair's novels The Brass Check and The Jungle went over the hundred thousand mark by 1932. A new political movement of reformed capitalism was undergone as the muckraking era pounded out its grievances. Most

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    journalists were attacking. “During his dedication at the House of Representative’s building, Roosevelt first brought about the term “muckraker”, using it to describe investigative reporters who exposed corruption”. The major fact concerning the American political parties between 1875 and 1900 was that the parties were evenly divided. It was typical in this era in which political corruption seemed to be accepted. Businessmen bribed public officials at the local, state and national level, and political

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    Impact of Pulp Magazines on American Culture “The story is worth more than the paper it is printed on.” Frank Munsey’s words symbolized the history of the pulp magazine. Frank Munsey started the pulp magazine craze with his first magazine, the Argosy, in 1896. The Argosy was a revamping of his children’s magazine, the Golden Argosy, shifting its focus from children to adults. The Argosy offered large amounts of fiction for a low price, because these stories would be printed on cheap pulpwood

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    Paul's Case

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    Paul's Case Paul was a self-oriented boy, concerned with money, wealth, and glamour, raised in a Calvinist household that supported these ideals. Through my research I have decided that Paul's eventual fate was not any one person's fault. Paul was just as much to blame as his father and teachers for Paul's suicide. Paul was never content with his house on Cordelia Street and was always dreaming about "movin' on up" while he worked at Carnegie Hall and watched the actors and actresses move

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    In my life an abundance of people has had an impact on me, especially my family. I grew up with my twin and two older sisters and growing up with three sisters has taught me many essential concepts and lessons including sharing and taking responsibility for the things that you have done. Even though at times it was tough to have an abundance of sisters, I enjoyed it thoroughly. I always had someone I could go to, and having a twin allowed me to have a friend at all times. In addition, by having older

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    Influences and Reality

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    Do we find ourselves subscribing to and reaching for magazines in the checkout line that our parents read? I do. As I become more independent I see subtle changes in the styles around me but find myself grounded in what my parents, my brothers and my environment have familiarized me with. Strewn around me are volumes of "Outdoor Life", "Prevention", "Better Homes and Gardens", "Midwest Living", "Vogue" and "Masonry Construction." A magazine to satisfy many interests, each containing pieces of

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    I am writing blindly

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    1. Growing up we all heard stories. Different types of stories, some so realistic, we cling onto them farther into our lives. Stories let us see and even feel the world in different prespectives, and this is becuase of the writter or story teller. We learn, survive and entertain our selves using past experiences, which are in present shared as stories. This is why Roger Rosenblatt said, "We are a narrative species." 2. The three incidents of people writing stories in terrible situations that Roger

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