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POTTER Simon J. (dir.), Newspapers and empire in Ireland and Britain : reporting the British Empire, 1857-1921, Dublin, Four Courts Press, 2004.

These essays explore the varied attitudes towards empire once sustained by different groups in Ireland, England, Wales and Scotland, and by their diasporic descendants. They also examine the images of the British Empire that were projected by newspapers and periodicals in Ireland and Britain.
Introduction : empire, propaganda and public opinion / Simon J. Potter — The press and the dominant ideology of empire / John M. Mackenzie — Empire and the English press, c.1857-1914 / Simon J. Potter — The Scottish press and empire, 1850-1914 / Richard J. Finlay — Empire and the Welsh press / Aled Jones and Bill Jones — Mutiny or freedom fight ? The 1857 Indian Mutiny and the Irish press / Jill C. Bender — The dog in the night-time : the Freeman’s Journal, the Irish Parliamentary Party and the empire, 1875-1919 / Felix M. Larkin — The Irish Independent and empire, 1891-1919 / Patrick Maume — ’The view from Fleet Street’ : Irish nationalist journalists in London and their attitudes towards empire, 1892-1898 / Ian Sheehy — Nationalist and unionist responses to the British empire in the age of the South African War, 1899-1902 / Donal Lowry — An Irish perspective on empire : William Flavelle Monypenny / Jacqueline Beaumont — The South African War, empire and the Irish World, 1899-1902 / Üna Ní Bhroiméil — John Bull’s other empire : Roger Casement and the press, 1898-1916 / Angus Mitchell.
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