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Shelves: journalism, -list, grad-school-related. When I taught mass communication history I used Fedler's book for humorous examples of reporter behavior and media hoaxes. So this full read-through was the first time I let myself read the whole book for fun, without a deadline. The Poe chapter is the best example of this - Fedler retells the entire s When I taught.
FRED FEDLER, et al. Oxford university press. Reporting for the media. Fred fedler john r. bender lucinda davenport michael w. drager. New York Oxford OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS 2005. In addition, Fedler has served on numerous committees concerned with journalism education. Lucinda Davenport School of Journalism Michigan State University East Lansing, Mich.
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In presenting a history of media hoaxes, Fedler has compiled, in a sort of distortion-mirror image, a history of how the media have become respectable, and-saints preserve us!- serious. The study of hoaxes also is the study of mass psychology, and many a prankster has been taken aback by the dire results of his hoax. The public's terror over Orson Welles' broadcast of "War of the Worlds" is legendary.
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