Within the following week, news magazines, such as Time, U.S. News and World Report, People, and New Yorker published their regular or special issues covering the event of the September 11 attacks. In magazine issues readers read short editorial articles, and longer stories describing vividly the devastating event. Photos from the scenes captured people, feelings and situations.
Browse the gallery of magazines published one week after the September 11 attacks. Click the gallery images to view & read articles from these magazines.
The week that followed the event, the information continued flowing in written form. Magazine articles written by journalists, staff writers and contributors reflected on the tragedy and its consequences. The level of analysis was greater than newspaper articles. The articles included analysis on how the United States Congress reacted to the terrorist attacks, how the foreign policy of the United States would change due to this event, how the terrorist attacks may affect the stock market and the U.S. economy, how the lives of Americans changed. Stories of bravery and loss were also published as well as stories presenting the psychological effects of the attacks.
Reading articles online, can be trickier than when you are looking at a print version of a source. Computer screens impose us with the impression that all information sources are the same or that they offer the same kind of information.
Check the table that follows with the magazine attributes that will help you determine the type of source you are viewing.
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