Global Media Go to War: Role of News and Entertainment Media During the 2003 Iraq War
Ralph D. Berenger
Marquette Books, 2004 - Political Science - 382 pages
This book contains 45 essays from more than 60 mass media scholars around the world. It is the most comprehensive analysis available of the media's role in the 2003 Iraq war. The book is ideal for use in communication, political science and sociological courses on media and politics.
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