The Media and the Gulf War/the Press and Democracy in Wartime
by Hedrick Smith
Publisher's Description
"Unlike any previous war in which the United States has been involved, the Gulf War set new rules for the media. In the aftermath of the first war played for television, it is necessary to understand the changing rules of war coverage, and if and how this coverage serves the American people. In this book members of the media, military, and scholarly community come together under the auspices of the Johns Hopkins Foreign Policy Institute to examine the conduct of the media in the Gulf War."--the publisher.
ISBN: 0932020992
Publisher: Seven Locks Pr
Hardcover : 438 pages
Language: English
Dimensions: 6.1 x 9.4 x 0 inches
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