THE PEDAGOGICAL AND SCHOLAR MURES PRESS IN THE XXth CENTURY
AbstractThe pedagogical and scholar press appeared in the Mureş county during the XXth century represented a true cultural laboratory for the Romanian local press. The year 1918 (marking the creation of the modern Romanian state) represented a starting point in this evolution, determining the birth of the Romanian school system and press in Târgu Mureş. Thus, an entire generation of teachers, some of them with relevant journalistic experience, were brought to Târgu Mureş in the 20s to contribute to the development of the young local school system. With a function and a structure placing it between the cultural press (by its content) and the specialized press (by its connection to the school environment and public), the pedagogical and scholar press of the Mureş county totalizes during the last century 63 publications of great relevance, due to the roles it assumed in different periods, as an informative and cultural shelter for the Romanian general local press.
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Volume (Year): (2013)
Issue (Month): 29 (October)
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pedagogical press; scholar press; Mures county; XXth century;
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