Limit search to available items
Book Cover
Author Young, Peter R.

Title The media and the military : from the Crimea to Desert Strike / Peter Young and Peter Jesser
Published New York : St. Martin's Press, 1997


Location Call no. Vol. Availability
 W'PONDS  355.342 You/Mat  AVAILABLE
Description viii, 391 pages ; 23 cm
Contents 1. The Changed Nature of War and Duties of the Citizen in Time of War -- 2. The Evolution of the Conflict between the Media and the Military -- 3. Post-War Self Determination: The Unheeded Warning -- 4. Northern Ireland: A Classic Democratic Dilemma -- 5. Vietnam: Deception on a National Scale -- 6. The Falklands Conflict: A Policy of Media Manipulation -- 7. Grenada: An Emerging Pattern of Control -- 8. Panama: A Deliberate Policy of Exclusion -- 9. The Gulf Conflict: The Ascendancy of the Military -- 10. The Media and United Nations Peace-Keeping -- 11. Somalia: The Uninvited Intervention -- 12. Cambodia: The War the Media Forgot -- 13. Haiti: A Domestically-Driven Intervention -- 14. Conclusion: An Uncertain Future
Analysis Censorship
Freedom of the press
Limited war
Mass media
Media bias
Military operations
National security
Opinion manipulation
Overseas item
Political influence
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 365-381) and index
Subject Armed Forces and mass media -- History.
Author Jesser, Peter.
LC no. 97024399
ISBN 0312210116 (cloth)
0312210124 (paper)