Media at War: The Iraq Crisis
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Beschreibung'Tumber and Palmer have provided an invaluable review of how journalists covered and reported the Iraq war and its aftermath. Their exhaustive research has resulted in an impressive analysis that makes this book essential reading' -
John Owen, Executive Producer of News Xchange and Visiting Professor of Journalism, City University
'This is a meticulously researched book that lays bare the way the war was reported. Decide for yourself whether the media 'embeds' - of whom I was one - were the world's eyes and ears inside the military, or merely the puppets of the Pentagon and the Ministry of Defence in London' - Ben Brown, BBC
'Media at War offers insights into the ways in which media at war inevitably become participants in both the military and the political wars' - Professor Michael Gurevitch, University of Maryland
International media coverage of the war in Iraq provoked public scrutiny as well debate amongst journalists themselves.
Media at War offers a critical overview of the coverage in the context of other preceding wars, including the first Gulf War, and opens up the debate on the key questions that emerged during the crisis. For example,
- What did we actually gain from 'live, on the spot' reporting?
- Were journalists adequately trained and protected?
- How compromised were the so-called 'embedded' journalists?
Tumber and Palmer's analysis covers both the pre-war and post war phase, as well as public reaction to these events, and as such provides an invaluable framework for understanding how the media and news organisations operated during the Iraq Crisis.
InhaltsverzeichnisPART ONE: THE MEDIA GO TO WAR
Journalists Go to War
The Safety of Journalists
Embedding and Identification
PART TWO: THE MEDIA COVERAGE
The Pre-Invasion Phase
The Invasion Phase
The Post-Invasion Phase
PART THREE: THE MEDIA STILL AT WAR
Weapons of Mass Destruction, the Hutton Inquiry and the BBC
Postscript: The Publication of the Hutton Report
PortraitProfessor Tumber is Dean of the Schools of Arts and Social Sciences, Director of Research for the Graduate School of Journalism, and Co-director of the Centre for Law, Justice & Journalism.
Pressestimmen"...the authors offer a particularly good discussion of the role of journalists and the place of objectivity, truth, and accuracy...it will be a valuable addition to the literature on media and the war, and US readers will benefit from the British perspective. Recommended."
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: SAGE PUBN
Erscheinungsdatum: März 2004
Seitenanzahl: 192 Seiten