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Thinking about Journalism with Superman
Unformatted Document Text:  Thinking about Journalism with Superman 29 more on the importance of empathy in journalism, see Howard Good, “Journalism and the Victims of War,” in Journalism Ethics Goes to the Movies, ed. Howard Good (Lanham, Md.: Rowman & Littlefield, 2008), 149-62. 64 “Finale,” Smallville, originally aired May 13, 2011 (available online from 65 Daniels, Superman: The Complete History, 35, 39. 66 Regalado, “Modernity, Race, and the American Superhero,” 91. See also Superman from the Thirties to the Eighties, 37-53; Andrae, “From Menace to Messiah,” 130-31. 67 Society of Professional Journalists Code of Ethics,, online at . 68 Serrin and Serrin, “Introduction,” xxii. 69 Ian Gordon, “Nostalgia, Myth, and Ideology: Visions of Superman at the End of the `American Century,‟” in Comics and Ideology, ed. Matthew P. McAllister, Edward H. Sewell, Jr., and Ian Gordon (New York: Peter Lang, 2001), 181-82. See also Daniels, Superman: The Complete History, 41-42, 63. 70 Legman, “From Love and Death,” 117; McLuhan, “From The Mechanical Bride,” 105; Wertham, Seduction of the Innocent, 34. 71 Lawrence and Jewett, The Myth of the American Superhero, 42. 72 McChesney, The Political Economy of Media, 34. 73 Superman IV: The Quest for Peace, originally released 1987 (available on Warner Home Video). 74 “Gemini,” Smallville, originally aired December 13, 2007 (available on Smallville Season 7 DVD from Warner Home Video). For a summary of the similar story that had appeared in the comics, see the “Daily Planet” entry in Greenberger and Pasko, The Essential Superman Encyclopedia, 69-70. 75 Roebuck, “The Good, the Bad and the Oedipal,” 145. 76 Andrae, “From Menace to Messiah,” 132; Eagan, “A Flag with a Human Face,” 91. 77 Rossen, Superman vs. Hollywood, 164. 78 Umberto Eco, “The Myth of Superman,” in Arguing Comics, ed. Jeet Heer and Kent Worcester (Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 2004), 164. 79 Eagan, “A Flag with a Human Face,” 92. 80 Walter Lippmann, Public Opinion (New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1922), 364. 81 See Shanto Iyengar and Jennifer A. McGrady, Media Politics: A Citizen’s Guide (New York: Norton, 2007), 220-23; McChesney, The Political Economy of Media, 33-34; Bennett, News: The Politics of Illusion.

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Thinking about Journalism with Superman 29 
more on the importance of empathy in journalism, see Howard Good, “Journalism and the Victims of War,” in 
Journalism Ethics Goes to the Movies, ed. Howard Good (Lanham, Md.: Rowman & Littlefield, 2008), 149-62. 
 “Finale,” Smallville, originally aired May 13, 2011 (available online from    
 Daniels, Superman: The Complete History, 35, 39. 
 Regalado, “Modernity, Race, and the American Superhero,” 91. See also Superman from the Thirties to 
the Eighties, 37-53; Andrae, “From Menace to Messiah,” 130-31. 
 Society of Professional Journalists Code of Ethics,, online at 
 Serrin and Serrin, “Introduction,” xxii. 
 Ian Gordon, “Nostalgia, Myth, and Ideology: Visions of Superman at the End of the `American 
Century,‟” in Comics and Ideology, ed. Matthew P. McAllister, Edward H. Sewell, Jr., and Ian Gordon (New York: 
Peter Lang, 2001), 181-82. See also Daniels, Superman: The Complete History, 41-42, 63. 
 Legman, “From Love and Death,” 117; McLuhan, “From The Mechanical Bride,” 105; Wertham, 
Seduction of the Innocent, 34. 
 Lawrence and Jewett, The Myth of the American Superhero, 42. 
 McChesney, The Political Economy of Media, 34. 
 Superman IV: The Quest for Peace, originally released 1987 (available on Warner Home Video). 
 “Gemini,” Smallville, originally aired December 13, 2007 (available on Smallville Season 7 DVD from 
Warner Home Video). For a summary of the similar story that had appeared in the comics, see the “Daily Planet” 
entry in Greenberger and Pasko, The Essential Superman Encyclopedia, 69-70. 
 Roebuck, “The Good, the Bad and the Oedipal,” 145. 
 Andrae, “From Menace to Messiah,” 132; Eagan, “A Flag with a Human Face,” 91. 
 Rossen, Superman vs. Hollywood, 164. 
 Umberto Eco, “The Myth of Superman,” in Arguing Comics, ed. Jeet Heer and Kent Worcester (Jackson: 
University Press of Mississippi, 2004), 164. 
 Eagan, “A Flag with a Human Face,” 92. 
 Walter Lippmann, Public Opinion (New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1922), 364. 
 See Shanto Iyengar and Jennifer A. McGrady, Media Politics: A Citizen’s Guide (New York: Norton, 
2007), 220-23; McChesney, The Political Economy of Media, 33-34; Bennett, News: The Politics of Illusion

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