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by Susan L. Carruthers


An exploration of the relationship between the broadcast media and political events in Northern Ireland. Contributors examine a range of issues, including the broadcasting ban, Ulster Unionism and British journalism, the Gibraltar killings and coverage of the conflict by Dublin journalists.

An exploration of the relationship between the broadcast media and political events in Northern Ireland.

As someone who has worked in the media covering conflict, Ms. Carruthers has written a book which opened a new dimension for me on "Media at War".

Susan L. Carruthers is Senior Lecturer in International Politics at the University of Wales, Aberystwyth. As someone who has worked in the media covering conflict, Ms. She avoids glorifying war and exposes how even the most well meaning objective journalist is co-opted by governments in covering conflicts. It seems inevitable that journalists covering conflict become, knowingly or not, proponents of war. This book is an essential read for any journalist covering war or other conflict.

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The Media at War is the third book on this topic by Susan L. Carruthers, a senior lecturer on international politics . This book's breadth is purchased at the cost of depth. Carruthers, a senior lecturer on international politics at the University of Wales at Aberystwyth. Carruthers bases her examination of media- government relations during military conflicts on other authors' interpretations of events rather than her own direct probes. For example, she sweeps the Vietnam War in a scant twenty-one pages.

W37 R48 2004 Carruthers, Susan L. The Media at War : Communication and Conflict in the Twentieth Century. New York: St. Martin's Press, 2000.

Some titles appear in more than one category. War & the News Media (General) Allan, Stuart, and Barbie Zelizer, eds. Reporting War : Journalism in Wartime. W37 R48 2004 Carruthers, Susan L.

The Media At War: Communication and Conflict in the Twentieth Century (Palgrave/Macmillan, 2000; Chinese .

News media, movies, blogs and video games issue constant invitations to picture war, experience the thrill of combat, and revisit battles past. War, it’s often said, sells. Spanning a broad geographical and historical canvas, Susan L. Carruthers provides a compelling analysis of the forces that shape the production of news and images of war – from state censorship to more subtle forms of military manipulation and popular pressure.

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Susan Carruthers’ book succeeds in exposing the multifaceted and constantly shifting relationship between the media and war, finds Sasha Jesperson

Susan Carruthers’ book succeeds in exposing the multifaceted and constantly shifting relationship between the media and war, finds Sasha Jesperson.

The media at war. communication and conflict in the twentieth century. by Susan L. Published 2000 by Macmillan in Basingstoke. History, Mass media and war, War correspondents.

Book Publishing WeChat. 2000) The Media at War: Communication and Conflict in the Twentieth Century. St Martin’s Press, New York. The analysis used in this study using the methods of discourse analysis and content analysis to get the answers to the formulation of the problem. Content analysis was conducted to answer the formulation of the problem (quantitative method) using the chi-square.

Drawing on examples from the 20th century's "total wars" and also "limited wars", terrorist campaigns and "complex emergencies" such as Rwanda and Somalia, this study argues that the media's performance in wartime may result as much from peacetime journalistic practices as from the special circumstances of war. The book concludes by assessing the impact of new communications technology and how the representation of future wars is likely to differ from those in the past.
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Ms. Carruthers has put together an invaluable resource for anybody interested in the interaction of media, governments and militaries during times of war and conflict. In looking back at what I've just read, I find that I've underlined and highlighted passages throughout the book for future reference. Those who study the topic in detail (or just want to learn more after reading this book) will find the bibliography extremely useful. I've added a dozen more titles to my list of "must-read" books thanks to her exhaustive research. The book is also very well organized and written, covering the topic using the full spectrum of war -- from total war to terrorism -- which is much more useful than a simple chronoligical view often found in histories of this type. Overall, Ms. Carruthers has written an important book that adds significantly to the scholarly work in this field. As one who works with both the international media and militaries from several nations, this book has earned a spot on the top of the reference pile sitting on my desk and will undoubtedly be worn out in short order.
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As someone who has worked in the media covering conflict, Ms. Carruthers has written a book which opened a new dimension for me on "Media at War". She avoids glorifying war and exposes how even the most well meaning objective journalist is co-opted by governments in covering conflicts. It seems inevitable that journalists covering conflict become, knowingly or not, proponents of war.

This book is an essential read for any journalist covering war or other conflict.
The Media at War: Communication and Conflict in the Twentieth Century ebook
Author:
Susan L. Carruthers
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Social Sciences
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Palgrave Macmillan (October 28, 1999)
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