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Her expose on the company, considered to be one of the first examples of muckrakingwas later credited with helping to hasten the breaking-up of the company, which in was found to be in violation of the Sherman Anti-Trust Act.
As a dramatic retelling of history, based, as we know from the prefaceon extensive research from court cases, lawsuits, interviews, and more, the story does not follow traditional narrative in terms of rising action, climax, and denouement. At the same time, however, she does recreate scenes for the reader, allowing them to insert themselves into the time and place rather than simply reading it as an academic tome.
However, the reader understands that this is drawn from one of her research texts rather than dialogue specific to one person. However, she still manages to give us a sense of character, although not in the sense of following a person who develops as the story progresses. We get a glimpse into E.
Here, she seems to be recreating character through action and recount peppered with artistic license in extrapolating his personality.
Obviously this is not necessarily exactly how the specific event happened, but her license adds engaging action without detracting from historical fact. Additionally, much of her characterization takes groups and portrays them as singular individuals for dramatic effect.
This helps to further the narrative effect of the piece. She breaks up the chapter into multiple sections with their own sub-headings. Each section almost stands alone, wrapping up with a conclusion before moving to the next. This is refreshing both content-wise and as a visual break on the physical page.
Her use of graphics accomplishes this effectively as well.
Almost every page includes a visual, and there is a mixture of photographs of the important players, maps of the area, and pictures of different oil apparatuses. The style of how the pictures are integrated into the text varies, making each page a different visual experience.
Many of the graphics also include extensive captions, giving extra biographical information that adds to the background information without being unnecessarily pedantic in the paragraph itself. While Tarbell does not yet attack the Standard Oil Company itself, she effectively builds a background that establishes her journalistic credibility and builds a full picture of the context in which the industry arose.
This is but the very beginning of an expose that would rock the company itself, help establish a genre of journalism, and place Ida Tarbell in the canon as a significant early female writer.Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela born 18 July is a South African politician who was the President of South Africa from to , the first ever to be elected in a fully representative and multi-racial election.
His administration focused on dismantling the legacy of apartheid, as . Ida Tarbell helped to revolutionize the field of journalism by pioneering what is known today as investigative journalism.
Her achievements have not only facilitated the in the expansion of the role of the newspaper in modern society; she has also beco 5/5(1). Ida Tarbell She was a muckraker; she helped lead the field of investigative journalism and exposed corruption in the oil industry in her book, "The History of the Standard Oil Company." American Federation of Labor.
Download-Theses Mercredi 10 juin Ida Tarbell (Fig. 1) grew up as the daughter of an oil worker in Titusville, Pennsylvania, directly privy to the practices of John D. Rockefeller’s Standard Oil Company, a monolith that she would later accuse of business tactics that put smaller oil companies, including her father’s, out of business, per Wikipedia.
Ida Tarbell helped transform journalism by introducing what is called today investigative journalism. Through her achievements, she not only helped to expand the role of the newspaper in modern society and stimulate the Progressive reform movement, but she also became a role model for women wishing to become professional journalists.