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Week four: Timeline for the development of the public sphere

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Sean Dodson

on 20 February 2017

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Transcript of Week four: Timeline for the development of the public sphere

Moral weeklies are a kind of early newspaper and magazine circulated in the first half of the 18th century. They dominated the contemporary press market and contributed significantly to spread the ideas of
. Their main purpose were ethical considerations rather than news. Famous among the about 200 titles in English are Tatler (1709 journal), The Spectator (1711), The Guardian (1713).
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