Description - War and the Media by Mark Connelly
The text covers conflict from the Boer War, British and German propaganda in World War I and World War II, the Cold War, the Gulf War and Kosovo. An important aspect - not generally realized except among media professionals - is the control of propaganda by the Ministry of Defence which has access to the largest single television audience in the world through "BBC World". The role of propaganda in the "war against terror" is also analysed in detail.
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(234mm x 156mm x mm)
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Author Biography - Mark Connelly
Mark Connelly is a Reuters Lecturer in Media and Propaganda History, and David Welch is Professor of Modern History, both at University of Kent in Canterbury.