How Newspaper Editors Helped the Country Become Politically Articulate

Kirkpatrick, R. (2000) How Newspaper Editors Helped the Country Become Politically Articulate. Australian Journalism Review, 22 1: 118-136.

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Author Kirkpatrick, R.
Title How Newspaper Editors Helped the Country Become Politically Articulate
Journal name Australian Journalism Review
ISSN 0810-2686
Publication date 2000-01-01
Volume 22
Issue 1
Start page 118
End page 136
Total pages 19
Editor W. Blood
Place of publication Canberra
Publisher Journalism Education Association
Collection year 2000
Language eng
Subject 400101 Journalism
751004 The media
C1
Abstract A 'country-minded' ideology began to develop in the mid-19th century in New South Wales as newspapers gave the scattered settlements a coherent political voice. This voice, initially used on behalf of individual towns, was later used in cooperative opposition to the perceived evils of Sydney and a government dominated by capital-city interests. Country newspapers played a significant role in the campaign for a new state in northern NSW and, more significantly, in the emergence of a political party to represent country interests. This paper charts the evolution of country-mindedness and the part that coutnry newspapers played in giving their communities an articluate political voice.
Keyword Regional newspapers - Australia
Newspapers - Australia - history
Q-Index Code C1

Document type: Journal Article
Collection: School of Journalism and Communication Publications
 
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