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Boundary Production in Practice: Amateurs, Professionals, and Amateur Journalism in the 19th-Century United States. Jay Hamilton

Abstract: This paper investigates boundaries between professional from the amateur by investigating amateur journalism of the late 19th-Century United States. Amateur journalists wrote, typeset and printed journals of essays, commentary, word puzzles and stories, which were circulated primarily among themselves in subcultural networks of reciprocity. A broad cultural analysis characterizes how debates about social changes […]

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