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by Nancy Whitelaw

eBook They Wrote Their Own Headlines: American Women Journalists (World Writers) download ISBN: 1883846064
Author: Nancy Whitelaw
Publisher: Morgan Reynolds Pub; 1st edition (June 1, 1994)
Language: English
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Category: Teenager
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Read by Nancy Whitelaw. Chapter biographies of seven of the nation's most interesting journalists.

Read by Nancy Whitelaw. Included are Ida Tarbell, Dorothy Thompson, Margaret Bourke-White, Alice Dunnigan, Ann Landers, Marguerite Higgins, and Charlayne Hunter-Gault.

Chapter biographies of seven of the nation's most interesting journalists. More by Nancy Whitelaw.

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They Wrote Their Own Headlines: American Women Journalists, Morgan Reynolds (Greensboro, NC), 1995. Grace Hopper: Programming Pioneer, illustrated by Janet Hamlin, Scientific American Books for Young Readers (New York, NY), 1995. Joseph Pulitzer and the New York World, Morgan Reynolds (Greensboro, NC), 2000. Whitelaw's books are often part of more extensive series, such as the "European Queens" and "Notable Americans" series published by Morgan Reynolds.

Women increased their presence in professional journalism, and popular representations of the "intrepid girl . Nancy Whitelaw, "They Wrote Their Own Headlines: American Women Journalists" (World Writers) (1994).

Nancy Whitelaw, "They Wrote Their Own Headlines: American Women Journalists" (World Writers) (1994).

Whitelaw follows They Wrote Their Own Headlines (1994), on American .

Whitelaw follows They Wrote Their Own Headlines (1994), on American women journalists, with a probing biography of the greatest of them al. Whitelaw follows They Wrote Their Own Headlines (1994), on American women journalists, with a probing biography of the greatest of them all.

and corporeal because the women projected their own bodies into their .

Such reporting was quite physical and corporeal because the women projected their own bodies into their stories.

Provides a look at the personal lives and careers of such women journalists as Ida Tarbell, Dorothy Thompson, Marguerite Higgins, Margaret Bourke-White, Alice Dunnigan, Ann Landers, and Charlayne Hunter-Gault