New Journalism


noun

journalism containing the writer's personal opinions and reactions and often fictional asides as added color.

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Origin of New Journalism

First recorded in 1965–70

OTHER WORDS FROM New Journalism

New Journalist, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for new journalism

New Journalism

noun

a style of journalism originating in the US in the 1960s, which uses techniques borrowed from fiction to portray a situation or event as vividly as possible
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