Title Education and the culture of print in modern America [electronic resource] / edited by AdamR. Nelson and John L. Rudolph
Imprint Madison, Wis. : University of Wisconsin Press, c2010. (Baltimore,Md. : Project MUSE, 2013)
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Descript 1 online resource (viii, 225 p.) : ill., map
Series Print culture history in modern America
Print culture history in modern America
Note Includes bibliographical references
Introduction: Education, print culture, and the negotiation of meaning in modern America / Adam R. Nelson -- Which truth, what fiction? : librarians' book recommendations for children, 1876-1890 / Kate McDowell-- A "Colored Authors Collection" to exhibit to the world and educate a race / Michael Benjamin -- Merry's flock : making something out of educational reform in the early twentieth century / Ryan K. Anderson -- Printed presence : twentieth-century Catholic print culture for youngsters in the United States / Robert A. Orsi -- Unschooled but not uneducated : print, public speaking, and the networks of informal working-classeducation, 1900-1940 / Frank Tobias Higbie -- "Write as you fight" : the pedagogical agenda of the Working woman, 1929-1935 / Jane Greer -- "A gentleman is nosissy" : reading, work, and citizenship in the Civilian Conservation Corps / Catherine Turner -- State regulation of the textbook industry / Adam R. Shapiro -- Teaching reading with television : constructing closed captioning using the rhetoric of literacy / Greg Downey -- Conclusion: Education, work, and the culture of print : directions for future research / James P. Danky
Description based on print version record
Subject Mass media and education -- United States -- History
Alt Author Rudolph, John L., 1964-
Nelson, Adam R
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