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Media Literacy Reference
Presidential campaigns in the U.S., but also globally, have become major media spectacles, often decided by orchestrated spectacles. During the 2004 U.S. presidential election, media spectacle was a major determinant of the campaign with the so-called Swift Boat attacks on John Kerry's war record and daily ads and Republican demonstrations...
Media Literacy Reference
By conceiving of mass media as an active part of the celebration of the National Day, this article invites a discussion of the cultural approach to political history regarding symbolic politics and its relationship to mass media. The French and German National Days selected here illustrate two extreme types of...
Media Literacy Reference
The continued closeness of the political and media world post-Blair is ruinous to both, argues John Lloyd. But it cannot be undone without a cultural revolution of global scale.
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