Definition of New Journalism

1. Proper noun. A style of news writing and journalism of the 1960s and 1970s, employing literary techniques deemed unconventional at the time. ¹



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New Hampshire rule
New Hampshirite
New Hampshirites
New Haven
New Hebrides
New High German
New Holland
New Ionian
New Ionic
New Ireland
New Jersey
New Jersey Plan
New Jerseyan
New Jerseyite
New Jerseyites
New Journalism (current term)
New Labour
New Latin
New London
New Look
New Mexican
New Mexicans
New Mexico
New Netherland
New Norwegian
New Orleanian
New Orleans
New People's Army
New Pomerania

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