Introduction: Popular Press Theory and History Popularizing the People The Popular Press as Popular Culture The American Popular Press in the Nineteenth Century The English Popular Press in the Early Nineteenth Century Commercializing the Popular in Britain The New Journalism The Long Version The Popular Press Surviving Postmodernity Integrating Approaches to Contemporary Popular Culture
Martin Conboy is a Reader in the Department of Journalism Studies at the University of Sheffield. He co-edits the book series Journalism Studies: Key Texts for SAGE.
"In the Press and Popular Culture, Martin Conboy aims to provide a critical history of the popular press. Conboy reconstructs the development of rhetorical strategies through which the popular press tried to align itself with the cultural practice of its readers." * Communications: The European Journal of Communication Research *