MCO 418 Study QuestionsCh 8 (Modernization and Printed Products)1.What are some of the industrialization advances of the nation between 1830s and 1900?
2. In what ways did newspapers starting in the late 19thcentury help early immigrantsassimilate in American society?
3. By the 1870s, the urbanization of U.S. society and shift in values saw the newspaper editor replace whom as the “conscious of the community”?
4. By 1870, what was the combined population of American cities?
5. What’s the newspaper legacy of Henry Grady and Scripps Howard?
6. Grady was one of the first reporters to use what news gathering technique?
7. How was lynching treated in the 19thcentury mainstream press?
8. Who was Ida B. Wells Barnett and what was her legacy?
9. The availability of photographs caused newspaper editors to ponder what ethical questions?Ch 9 Study Questions(Mass Markets and Mass Culture)
1. The rise of department storessuch as the notable New York City Wanamakerstore epitomized U.S. consumer culturethrough integration of what two other concepts besides visual display?
2.Department stores held a pre-eminent role in local U.S. advertising from the 1890suntil what decade?
3. Which of the six women’s magazines started in the last decades of the 19thcentury arestill publishing?
4. Publishedby Cyrus Curtis, what werethe origins of The Ladies Home Journaland The Saturday Evening Postand how were they characterized?
5. What was the first mass circulating American magazine to exceed 1million readersand when?
6. What’s the American journalism legacy of Joseph Pulitzer and William Randolph Hearst?
7. Besides introducing column-spanning headlines, what other news techniques did Pulitzerintroduce in his New York newspaper?
8. What are some of the exploits and stories that made Nelly Bly (Elizabeth Cochrane)famousas a reporter for The New York World?
9. Discuss the intense competition between Pulitzer and Hearst from the “Yellow Kid” to the Spanish-American War of 1898?
10.Why did Hearst go to Cuba as a foreign correspondent and for how long?
11. When did press clubs develop in America, what was their purpose, and why did they exclude women and African Americans?