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Communication and Culture in War and Peace

Communication and Culture in War and Peace

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Volume: 11
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Political Communication

276 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
By exploring the role of both culture and the mass media, this volume fills a gap in the literature on war and peace. Outstanding scholars provide an overview of critical mass media research and open up entirely new perspectives on the ongoing debate over communications issues in war and peace. The contributions bring together common themes including the military-industrial-communications complex, cultural imperialism and transnational control of communications. Various perspectives are covered, such as gender issues, language study and bureaucratization.
Johan Galtung
Colleen Roach
Colleen Roach
Information and Culture in War and Peace

Vincent Mosco
Communication and Information Technology for War and Peace
Peter Bruck with Colleen Roach
Dealing With Reality
The News Media and the Promotion of Peace

Herbert I Schiller
Not Yet the Postimperialist Era
Sheila Collins
The Culture of Western Bureaucratic Capitalism
Implications for War and Peace

Riane Eisler
From Domination to Partnership
The Foundations for Global Peace

Colleen Roach
Feminist Peace Researchers, Culture and Communications
Majid Tehranian
Ethnic Discourse and the New World Dysorder
A Communitarian Perspective

Howard Frederick
Communication, Peace and International Law

Colleen A. Roach

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