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Manufacturing consent : the political economy of the mass media

Author: Edward S Herman; Noam Chomsky
Publisher: New York : Pantheon Books, ©1988.
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Discusses the ways in which the mass media are manipulated to present the news according to an underlying elite consenus which affects the manner in which similar events in different parts of the world are presented.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Herman, Edward S.
Manufacturing consent.
New York : Pantheon Books, ©1988
(OCoLC)572987218
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Edward S Herman; Noam Chomsky
ISBN: 0394549260 9780394549262 0679720340 9780679720348
OCLC Number: 17877574
Description: xvi, 412 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: A propaganda model --
Worthy and unworthy victims --
Legitimizing versus meaningless Third World elections : El Salvador, Guatemala, and Nicaragua --
The KGB-Bulgarian plot to kill the Pope : free-market disinformation as "news" --
The Indochina wars (I) : Vietnam --
The Indochina wars (II) : Laos and Cambodia --
Conclusions --
Appendix 1 : The U.S. official observers in Guatemala, July 1-2, 1984 --
Appendix 2 : Tagliabue's finale on the Bulgarian connection : a case study in bias --
Baestrup's Big Story : some "Freedom House exclusives."
Responsibility: Edward S. Herman and Noam Chomsky.
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Discusses the ways in which the mass media are manipulated to present the news according to an underlying elite consenus which affects the manner in which similar events in different parts of the world are presented.

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