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The myth of the liberal media : an Edward Herman reader

Auteur: Edward S Herman
Uitgever: New York : P. Lang, 1999.
Serie: Media & culture (New York, N.Y.), v. 2.
Editie/Formaat:   Boek : EngelsAlle edities en materiaalsoorten bekijken.
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"The Myth of the Liberal Media contends that the mainstream media are parts of a market system and that their performance is shaped primarily by proprietor/owner and advertiser interests. Using a propaganda model, it is argued that the commercial media protect and propagandize for the corporate system.
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Aanvullende fysieke materiaalsoort: Online version:
Herman, Edward S.
Myth of the liberal media.
New York : P. Lang, 1999
(OCoLC)631646414
Soort document: Boek
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: Edward S Herman
ISBN: 0820441864 9780820441863
OCLC-nummer: 41527857
Beschrijving: xii, 328 p. ; 23 cm.
Inhoud: Preface / by Noam Chomsky --
Introduction : The illiberal media --
pt. 1. The market system versus freedom of expression --
ch. 1. Market system constraints on freedom of expression --
ch. 2. The propaganda model --
ch. 3. The deepening market in the west : commercial broadcasting on the march --
ch. 4. The media megamergers --
pt. 2. News values, news papers, news shapers --
ch. 5. The politics of newsworthiness --
ch. 6. All the news fit to print (part 1) : structure and background of the New York Times --
ch. 7. All the news fit to print (part 2) : biases and propaganda service in covering foreign affairs --
ch. 8. All the news fit to print (part 3) : the Vietnam War --
ch. 9. The Wall Street Journal as propaganda agency --
ch. 10. The inky and me : a study in market driven journalism --
ch. 11. David Broder and the limits of mainstream liberalism --
pt. 3. Media coverage of foreign and domestic policy --
ch. 12. The media's role in U.S. foreign policy : the Persian Gulf War --
ch. 13. Legitimization by fraudulent elections --
ch. 14. NAFTA, Mexican meltdown, and the propaganda system --
ch. 15. Carlos and Posada : their terrorists and ours --
ch. 16. Suharto : the fall of a good genocidist --
ch. 17. Corporate junk science in the media --
pt. 4. Propaganda and democracy --
ch. 18. The propaganda model revisited --
ch. 19. Postmodernism and the active audience --
ch. 20. Word tricks and propaganda --
ch. 21. Toward a democratic media --
Name index --
Subject index.
Serietitel: Media & culture (New York, N.Y.), v. 2.
Verantwoordelijkheid: Edward S. Herman.

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"The Myth of the Liberal Media contends that the mainstream media are parts of a market system and that their performance is shaped primarily by proprietor/owner and advertiser interests. Using a propaganda model, it is argued that the commercial media protect and propagandize for the corporate system.

Case studies of major media institutions - the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the Philadelphia Inquirer - are supplemented by detailed analyses of "word tricks and propaganda" and the media's treatment of topics such as Third World elections, the Persian Gulf War, the North American Free Trade Agreement, the fall of Suharto, and corporate Junk science."--BOOK JACKET.

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