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It is a truism to say that the Great Irish Famine of 1845 to 1852 brought enormous changes to Ireland. The impact of massive emigration, death and suffering of so many people changed Ireland and marks the separation from the 18th century from modernity. It was also a period of change for the press, whose journalists had to find ways to tell the story of the famine. This work, using the three Cork newspapers as its case study, argues that the methods developed in the late 1840s laid down the basis for disaster coverage to this day.
Foley, M.J. (2015). Death in Every Paragraph: Journalism and the Great Irish Famine Connecticut: Quinnipiac University Press/ Ireland's Great Hunger Museum.