Description - The de Gaulle Presidency and the Media by Jean K. Chalaby
Is it true that de Gaulle kept journalists at a distance because he disliked the press? Or was the press really against him, as always claimed? How did he exploit his own charisma on radio and television? This book explores the relationship between de Gaulle and the media during his presidency. The author examines de Gaulle's communications strategy and broadcasting policy, comparing his approach to public communications with that of past French leaders and contemporary American presidents.
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Author Biography - Jean K. Chalaby
JEAN K. CHALABY is Lecturer in Sociology at City University, London. He also teaches at the University of Geneva, Switzerland. He is the author of The Invention of Journalism and has published extensively in leading European and American journals on a range of topics related to the media, including comparative journalism and the new media.