Reporters On The Battlefield

Un libro in lingua di Christopher Paul Kim James J. edito da Rand Corp, 2004

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Focusing on the embedded press system used by the US military in Iraq, Paul and Kim explore how effective the system has been in meeting the needs of the press, the military, and the public. They look at how the system evolved, analyze its strengths and weaknesses, and recommend changes for press-military relations in the future. The study is based on a review of studies, contemporary news stories, and accounts by military officials and reporters from World War II through the invasion of Iraq. Of interest to journalists, members of the military, policy makers responsible for regulating press access, and consumers of news. Annotation ©2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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