Morrison, Matthew C. "The role of the political cartoonist in image making." In: Communication Studies 20.4 (1969), S. 252–260.
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Keywords: Caricature, Communications, Politics, Randformen des Comics, USA
Collection: Communication Studies
The editorial cartoon delineates the features of a popular image. The treatments by selected cartoonists of Abraham Lincoln, James G. Blaine and Robert F. Kennedy demonstrate that the cartoonist, using graphic counterparts of effective oral style, can bring obscure values and images into sharp focus.
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