When media goes to war : hegemonic discourse, public opinion, and the limits of dissent
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When media goes to war : hegemonic discourse, public opinion, and the limits of dissent / by Anthony DiMaggio.
|Main author:||Dimaggio, Anthony R., 1980- (Author)|
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Table of Contents:
- Introduction: propaganda and the news in a time of terror
- Withdrawal pains: Iraq and the politics of media deference
- There are no protestors here: media marginalizaition and the antiwar movement
- Worthy and unworthy victims of history: the politicization of genocide and human rights in U.S. foreign policy
- Journalistic norms and propaganda: Iraq and the war on terror
- Iran, nuclear weapons, and the politics of fear
- Media, globalization, and violence: views from around the world
- Public rationality, political elitism, and opposition to war
- Media effects on public opinion: propaganda, indoctrination, and mass resistance
- Propaganda, celebrity gossip, and the decline of news
- Postscript: media coverage in the age of Obama.