Authors Jon Goodman, Hugh Sidey, Letitia Baldridge, Robert Dallek, and Barbara Baker Burrows wrote in their book, The Kennedy Mystique: Creating Camelot (2006) and JFK and Jackie were recognized the PR value of using the media to promote a certain image of the First Family. Journalists were encouraged to take photographs of private as well as public moments. Sometimes what appear to be candid moments were actually staged. Use of the word "Camelot" to describe the Kennedy mystique first appeared in print in the December 6, 1963 issue of Life. This article, written by Theodore H. White, is attributed with having played a major role in establishing and fixing the Camelot image of the Kennedy Administration and period in the popular mind.