Posts Tagged ‘Western media’

 
 

‘Reality violence’ on TV news: it began with Vietnam

McCleneghan, J.S. (2002). ‘Reality violence’ on TV news: it began with Vietnam. The Social Science Journal.
This article  (‘Reality violence’ on the tv news: it began with Vietnam) explains why the Vietnam-war  is considered the first ‘tv-war’. The authors describe, with the use of a timeline, the impact the Vietnam-war had on television and how warreporting on television [...]

The Western coverage of the war in the former Yugoslavia

This thesis describes three different frames that has been used by Western journalists to cover the war in the former Yugoslavia. This thesis is in Dutch.

Author: linschakenraad
Posted on: November 11, 2010

Embedding the truth: a cross-cultural analysis of objectivity and television coverage of the Iraq war

Aday, S., Livingstone, S. & Hebert, M. (2005). Embedding the truth: a cross-cultural analysis of objectivity and television coverage of the Iraq war. The Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics.
The article ‘Embedding the truth: a cross-cultural analysis of objectivity and television coverage of the Iraq war’ is about  American television broadcasts concerning the war in Iraq. The [...]

Author: eva kam
Posted on: October 20, 2010

The Israeli-Hezbollah war of 2006: the media as a weapon in asymmetrical conflict.

Kalb, M. & Saivetz, C. (2007). The Israeli-Hezbollah war of 2006: the media as a weapon in asymmetrical conflict. The Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics, 12(3), pp. 43-66.
Kalb and Saivetz (2006) did research about the intense covering of what seems a side issue of the Israeli Palestinian conflict; the Israeli-Hezbollah war. It is interesting to [...]