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Rebooting the Herman & Chomsky propaganda model in the twenty-first century

by Brian Michael Goss | 26 June 2013
Category: Speeches & Toasts
Using the Herman & Chomsky «Propaganda Model» that was introduced in 1988, Goss offers a rigorous and accessible portrait of contemporary news media. Following a current survey of media ownership and news worker routines, in a series of case studies, he shows how recent news discourse has developed an Us/Them narrative. Cases include The New York Times ' accounts of the Bush administration and United Nations in the lead-up to the 2003 invasion of Iraq; and analysis of the 2011 riots in the United Kingdom in a comparison between two British broadsheets (The Guardian and The Daily Telegraph ). Further case studies demonstrate important, if partial, new media discontinuities with respect to «old» news media. The book's international reach and sustained attention to new media indicate that it is not simply high-fidelity repetition of Herman & Chomsky, but re-engineers the model's architecture for the twenty-first century.
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Using the Herman & Chomsky «Propaganda Model» that was introduced in 1988, Goss offers a rigorous and accessible portrait of contemporary news media. Following a current survey of media ownership and news worker routines, in a series of case studies, he shows how recent news discourse has developed an Us/Them narrative. Cases include The New York Times ' accounts of the Bush administration and United Nations in the lead-up to the 2003 invasion of Iraq; and analysis of the 2011 riots in the United Kingdom in a comparison between two British broadsheets (The Guardian and The Daily Telegraph ). Further case studies demonstrate important, if partial, new media discontinuities with respect to «old» news media. The book's international reach and sustained attention to new media indicate that it is not simply high-fidelity repetition of Herman & Chomsky, but re-engineers the model's architecture for the twenty-first century.
Currently out of stock
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361 Reward Points

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€120.40
Currently out of stock
Delivery 5-7 Days
Eligible for free delivery
361 Reward Points

Any purchases for more than €10 are eligible for free delivery anywhere in the UK or Ireland!

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Using the Herman & Chomsky «Propaganda Model» that was introduced in 1988, Goss offers a rigorous and accessible portrait of contemporary news media. Following a current survey of media ownership and news worker routines, in a series of case studies, he shows how recent news discourse has developed an Us/Them narrative. Cases include The New York Times ' accounts of the Bush administration and United Nations in the lead-up to the 2003 invasion of Iraq; and analysis of the 2011 riots in the United Kingdom in a comparison between two British broadsheets (The Guardian and The Daily Telegraph ). Further case studies demonstrate important, if partial, new media discontinuities with respect to «old» news media. The book's international reach and sustained attention to new media indicate that it is not simply high-fidelity repetition of Herman & Chomsky, but re-engineers the model's architecture for the twenty-first century.

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Rebooting the Herman & Chomsky propaganda model in the twenty-first century

ISBN9781433116216

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Publisher (26 June. 2013)

No. of Pages0

Weight450

Language English (United States)

Dimensions 225 x 150