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From its provocative title to its inclusion of contributions from observers like John Pilger, Censored 2014 provides no space for a counter narrative to its criticism of what it calls the corporate or establishment media. Heroes abound but they aren...
Due to his background in entertainment television Chris Veits would seem uniquely qualified to conduct a semiotic analysis of the conflict coverage promotional spots on CNN International and Al Jazeera English. However, admirers of Al Jazeera...
Stephen Quinn presents in this rather concise publication the concept of mobile journalism (mojo) within the Asian context. Along with practical tips on jow to be a mojo in this region, Quinn provides case studies and examples in an anecdotal form...
This book puzzled me at first. Not that it's badly written and organised. It's clear, concise and informed. Nor it is it laden with fantastic theories cooked up by desk bound academics claiming they uderstand the world which perhaps exists beyond...
Flat Earth News is a 400-page exposé of shonky practices by the British media— and not just the scurrilous London tabloids, which would suprise no one, but by some of the so-called 'quality' broadsheets as well. Including Davies' own paper, The...
Gunaratna's book is on the surface a very impressive collection of much of the data about Al Qaeda. It contains a description of the origins and goals of Al Qaeda, a profile of its main members, a country-by-country description of the 'global...
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