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Colonial British Caribbean Newspapers: A Bibliography and Directory

Colonial British Caribbean Newspapers: A Bibliography and Directory

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This book is a milestone achievement in the documentation of the newspapers of the British Caribbean islands, a field that, until now, has been neglected by many scholars. The existing and bygone papers, and several commonly unknown publications, listed in this work provide a wealth of information about these obscure times. No other work, before this one, has been as extensive in its documentation and coverage of the individual papers. Of special assistance is the index, which completes the work.

This bibliography seeks to determine the extent of newspaper publications in the British Caribbean colonies and to organize it into a useful form. In the past, researchers have either ignored or given brief and scattered coverage to this information, but with Colonial British Caribbean Newspapers, Pactor hopes to make this information available to scholars. His book lists information about the known newspapers of the British Colonial Caribbean, arranged alphabetically by colony and chronologically within each colony. Dates of publications and names of editors, publishers, and owners are given, if known. The newspapers are also listed in an index. It is hoped that a work of this sort may make access to these newspapers easier for scholarly research and call attention to the need to find and preserve these fragile resources. Historians, sociologists, and mass communication scholars will be especially appreciative of Pactor's efforts.

Author: Howard S. Pactor, Haoward Pactor
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Published: 07/24/1990
Pages: 160
Binding Type: Hardcover
Weight: 0.91lbs
Size: 9.64h x 6.42w x 0.63d
ISBN: 9780313272325

About the Author

HOWARD S. PACTOR is Assistant Professor in the College of Journalism and Communications at the University of Florida, Gainesville. He is involved in continuing research on the mass media of British colonial Caribbean area.

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