Table of contents for Reporting war : journalism in wartime / edited by Stuart Allan and Barbie Zelizer.


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CONTENTS
List of contributors
Introduction
Echoes of war: how the past informs the future in contemporary war journalism
STUART ALLAN AND BARBIE ZELIZER
Part 1 - War in the 21st Century
Understanding: the second casualty
OLIVER BOYD-BARRETT
The myth of Gulf war 2
RICHARD KEEBLE
A moral imagination: the media's tesponse to the war on terrorism
SUSAN D. MOELLER
The p.r. of terror: how new-style wars give voice to terrorists
TAMAR LIEBES AND ZOHAR KAMPF
Researching US media-state relations and 21st century wars
PIERS ROBINSON
Part 2 - Bearing Witness
When war is reduced to a photograph
BARBIE ZELIZER
The Persian Gulf TV war revisited
DOUGLAS KELLNER
Tribalism and tribulation: media constructions of "African savagery" and "western 
humanitarianism" in the 1990s
SUSAN L. CARRUTHERS
Humanising war: the Balkans and beyond
PHILIP HAMMOND
Prisoners of news values?: journalists, professionalism and identification in times of 
war
HOWARD TUMBER
Out of sight, out of mind?: the non-reporting of small wars and insurgencies
PRASUN SONWALKAR
The battlefield is the media: war reporting and the formation of national identity in 
Australia - from Belmont to Baghdad
MICHAEL BROMLEY
Part 3 - Reporting the Iraq War
Militarized journalism: framing dissent in the Persian Gulf wars
STEPHEN D. REESE
War or peace?: legitimation, dissent and rhetorical closure in press coverage of the 
Iraq war build-up
NICK COULDRY AND JOHN DOWNEY
How British television news represented the case for the war in Iraq
JUSTIN LEWIS AND ROD BROOKES
European news agencies and their sources in the Iraq war coverage
TERHI TANTANEN
Al-Jazeera and war coverage in Iraq: the quest for contextual objectivity
ADEL ISKANDAR AND MOHAMMED EL-NAWAWY
Big media and little media: the journalistic informal sector during the invasion of Iraq
PATRICIA AUFDERHEIDE 
The culture of distance: online journalism and the Iraq war
STUART ALLAN




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: War Press coverage