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by Alan Hooper Publisher: Gower Publishing Company Release Date: 1982 Genre: Language Arts & Disciplines Pages: 247 pages ISBN 13: ISBN 10: UOM:39015001185571 Format: PDF, ePUB, MOBI, Audiobooks, Kindle
Synopsis : The Military and the Media written by Alan Hooper, published by Gower Publishing Company which was released on 1982. Download The Military and the Media Books now! Available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Søgeord: Military and Media; Militæret og Medierne; Misinformation; TV; Royal Navy; RAF; News; Press; Objektivitet; Defence Public Relations Service; Censorship; BBC; British Army; Journalisme; Public Opinion; Iranian Embassy Siege; ... -- Søgeord: Military and Media; Militæret og Medierne; Misinformation; TV; Royal Navy; RAF; News; Press; Objektivitet; Defence Public Relations Service; Censorship; BBC; British Army; Journalisme; Public Opinion; Iranian Embassy Siege; Ulster; Krigsreportage;
Type: BOOK - Published: 1993 - Publisher: Praeger Pub Text
"This book provides an unmatched contemporary analysis of the fourth estate and its impact on military affairs. Anyone with a need to understand military-media relations and the potential impact of the media on future military operations needs to save a space on the bookshelf." Military Review
Type: BOOK - Published: 1982 - Publisher: Gower Publishing Company
Søgeord: Military and Media; Militæret og Medierne; Misinformation; TV; Royal Navy; RAF; News; Press; Objektivitet; Defence Public Relations Service; Censorship; BBC; British Army; Journalisme; Public Opinion; Iranian Embassy Siege; Ulster; Krigsreportage;
Type: BOOK - Published: 2009-01-08 - Publisher: Routledge
This new volume explores the history of an important, but neglected sector of the Western Front between 1914 and 1918 in the context of its portrayal in the media. The analysis sheds new light on of the role of the mass media in generating national mythologies. The book focuses on the largely forgotten Armentières and La Bassée sector, a section of the Western Front which saw fighting from many different nationalities on almost every day of the war. Through analysis of this section of the Western Front, this book examines the way the First World War was interpreted, both in official and semi-official sources as well as in the mass media, comparing what was apparently happening on the Western Front battlefield to what was reported in the newspapers. It follows the different sides as they responded to the changing nature of warfare and to each other, showing how reporting was adapted to changing perceptions of national needs.
Type: BOOK - Published: 1997-10-13 - Publisher: Springer
The first comprehensive study of the contentious issue of the public's right to know in time of war or limited conflict. The book traces the uneasy relations between the military and a generally unprepared and gullible media, from the Crimea to the present day. It shows how the advent of nuclear warfare has outlawed the nationalistic wars of survival of the past, and freed the citizen from his age-old obligations in time of war, able to make up his or her own mind on the merits of the situation. It is here that the battle lies, in the struggle for public opinion as a necessary precursor to war. This book details how the military discovered the secret of media and public manipulation in the Falklands, tested it in Grenada, and refined it in Panama before deploying it in all its glory during the Gulf. This book is essential reading for every soldier and journalist, or any student of military history as it points the way to the future.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2006-04-18 - Publisher: Manchester University Press
This collection provides the first comprehensive analysis of the nature of the relationship between the military and society in post-Soviet Russia. It brings together a multidisciplinary group of leading Western and Russian experts to investigate both the ways in which developments in the Russian armed forces influence Russian society, and the impact of broader societal change on the military sphere.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2000 - Publisher: Transaction Publishers
This outstanding compendium of articles on Europe's militarysituation as we enter the new millennium has been compiled under the aegis of the GeorgeMarshall European Center for Security Studies. The leading analysts of military studies in everymajor nation of Europe are included, along with three overview pieces that set the tone andcontent for this nicely integrated volume. The opening pieces, by Martin Shaw on the evolutionof a "common risk" society, Christopher Dandeker on the military indemocratic societies, and Wilfried von Bredow on the re-nationaliation of military strategy setthe tone for the work as a whole. Althoughthe Cold War is now a decade removed from the new Europe, the challenges of transition to newdefense systems and institutional structures still confront those who plan the future for themilitary establishments of Europe. The individual country studies contained in this volume, aswell as the final analysis of the trends and probable future developments in Europe, should berequired reading throughout the national security structure, for politicians and decision makersseeking to understand the dilemmas facing European militaries and the societies they defend. The country chapters cover a wide range ofnations. Jean Callaghan examines the Bulgarian armed forces after its 1997 elections. MarieVlachova and Stefan Sarvas review civil-military relations in the Cech nation. Jano Sabo studiesthe role of the defense sector in Hungary. Adriana Stanescu sees Romania as a case of delayedmoderniation. Paul Klein and Jurgen Kuhlmann review the German armed forces in the context of apeace dividend. Bernard Boene and Didier Danet consider France in the light of the post draftsituation. Marina Nuciari and Giuseppe Caforio consider the Italian military in a democraticcontext. Finally, Jan van der Meulen and his colleagues, look upon the Netherlands military as acase study in post-moderniation. The final contribution is a summary report by the editors onthe lessons that have been learned in assessing the contemporary civil-military complex. In all,this is a state of the art volume on the state of the armed forces in Europe.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2007-07-23 - Publisher: Springer
This accessible handbook is the first of its kind to examine the sociological approach to the study of the military. The contents are compiled from the work of researchers at universities around the world, as well as military officers devoted to the sector of study. Beginning with a review of studies prior to contemporary research, the book provides a comprehensive survey of the topic. The scope of coverage extends to civic-military relations, including issues surrounding democratic control of the armed forces; military culture; professional training; conditions and problems of minorities in the armed forces; an examination of structural change within the military over the years including new duties and functions following the Cold War.