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Notes on the Present and Future Research on World Literary Journalisms

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This review article offers a glimpse into the problems and promises of current research on world literary journalism. It discusses the rise and spread of press cultures via colonialism, the contentious nature and taxonomy of the fact-its subjectivism, accessibility, and veracity-within an inconsistent global press, and how the porous divide between fiction and nonfiction genres is affecting the production and consumption of literary journalism around the world. The article concludes by offering nine areas of research (from canon-building and historiographies to digital news platforms and gendered media) still under-represented in international and transnational literary journalism studies.
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hal-04209737 , version 1 (18-09-2023)

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John S. Bak. Notes on the Present and Future Research on World Literary Journalisms. Journalism and Media, 2023, 4 (3), pp.984-1000. ⟨10.3390/journalmedia4030063⟩. ⟨hal-04209737⟩
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