By Calvin L. Hall
During this e-book Calvin L. corridor examines choose autobiographies written through African American journalists_Jill Nelson's Volunteer Slavery, Nathan McCall's Makes Me Wanna Holler, Jake Lamar's Bourgeois Blues, and Patricia Raybon's My First White Friend_in order to discover the connection among race, category, gender, and journalism perform.
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Jerome Bruner, “The Autobiographical Process,” in The Culture of Autobiography: Constructions of Self-Representation, ed. Robert Folkenflik, Irvine Studies in the Humanities (Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 1993), 43. 55. Bruner, “The Autobiographical Process,” 43. 56. Bruner, “The Autobiographical Process,” 43. 57. ” in The Fourth Genre: Contemporary Writers of/on Creative Nonfiction, ed. Robert L. Root and Michael Steinberg (New York: Longman, 2002), 293. 2 Form, Function and the Public Sphere in Jill Nelson’s Volunteer Slavery S TRIVING FOR DIVERSE NEWSROOMS has led to unforeseen issues for black journalists.
18 While such reporting may be understandable, the report continues, it is not excusable in the media, an institution that has undertaken the mission of informing and educating the whole of society. It is said that the first step in fixing a problem is admitting the problem exists. In this acknowledgment of a particular standpoint in the reporting of the news, the Kerner Commission performed an intervention for a media so addicted to its own standpoint that it failed to report reality accurately.
African American Journalists: Autobiography as Memoir and Manifesto by Calvin L. Hall