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Rival Visions: Reportorial Approaches, Audience Preferences, and New Frontiers

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This paper examines the roles of two key informants, young Vermonters John Barrett and Dean Worcester, in shaping the views of the Philippines developed by U.S. media audiences in the early stages of American interest in archipelago, a key moment in American and Philippine history. The role of the key interlocutor is often cast in shadow by the message he or she relays, but it is only through the actions of individuals that institutions can give rise to new policies, perceptions and pathologies. The continuities and disjunctures between ambitious miners of the new global imaginary serve here to illustrate some of the fault lines and foundations of an emerging information order in which speed of publication, mode of presentation, and perceived authenticity of authorial experience combined to shape the responses to knowledge production by both broad publics and high officials.

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Vaughan, Christopher. "Rival Visions: Reportorial Approaches, Audience Preferences, and New Frontiers" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Communication Association, Marriott Hotel, San Diego, CA, May 27, 2003 <Not Available>. 2009-05-26 <http://www.allacademic.com/meta/p111353_index.html>

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Vaughan, C. A. , 2003-05-27 "Rival Visions: Reportorial Approaches, Audience Preferences, and New Frontiers" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Communication Association, Marriott Hotel, San Diego, CA Online <.PDF>. 2009-05-26 from http://www.allacademic.com/meta/p111353_index.html

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Abstract: This paper examines the roles of two key informants, young Vermonters John Barrett and Dean Worcester, in shaping the views of the Philippines developed by U.S. media audiences in the early stages of American interest in archipelago, a key moment in American and Philippine history. The role of the key interlocutor is often cast in shadow by the message he or she relays, but it is only through the actions of individuals that institutions can give rise to new policies, perceptions and pathologies. The continuities and disjunctures between ambitious miners of the new global imaginary serve here to illustrate some of the fault lines and foundations of an emerging information order in which speed of publication, mode of presentation, and perceived authenticity of authorial experience combined to shape the responses to knowledge production by both broad publics and high officials.

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Rival Visions: Reportorial Approaches Audience Preferences and New Frontiers As knowledge of the world beyond American borders grew in value at the end of the 19th century the extension of U.S. interests to the far reaches of the Pacific prompted intense interest in the new colonial domain in the Philippines. Closely related but distinct strains of discourse emerged to inform American media audiences about the newly discovered realm with audience preferences emerging to order popular conceptions of the Philippines
accessed February 11 2002 via http://www.boondocksnet.com/expos/wfe_fp_151200.html 26 Overland Times Ceylon December 3 1902 p. 1 in JB Box 134. 27 Report of the Philippine Exposition Board (Microfilm Reel 159 No. 3 National Museum of American History Washington DC) pp. 26-30. Igorots accounted for more than $200 000 of the $407 028.37 earned by of Philippine Exhibition. “Igorrotes Were Best Attraction ” St. Louis Republic December 9 1904. 17 Rival Visions: Reportorial Approaches Audience Preferences and New Frontiers 28 Barrett


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