Table of contents for Bring 'em on : media and politics in the U.S. war on Iraq / edited by Lee Artz and Yahya R. Kamalipour.

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Table of Contents
Douglas Kellner
Yahya Kamalipour
1. Political Legitimacy, Cultural Leadership, and Public Action
	Lee Artz
2. Banal Militarism and the Culture of War
	Tanja Thomas and Fabian Virchow
3. National Security Strategy and the Ideology of Preventive War
	Elisia L. Cohen
4. Foreign Policy, Public Diplomacy, and Public Relations: Selling America to the World
	Sue Curry Jansen
5. The Problem with Patriotism: Steps toward the Redemption of American 
Journalism and Democracy
	Robert Jensen
6. Culture as Persuasion: Metaphor as Weapon
	William B. Hart II and Fran Hassencahl
7. The Invisible Ally: Marketing Australia's War in Iraq
	Andrew Jakubowicz and Liz Jacka
8. The Construction of Arabs as Enemies: Post-9/11 Discourse of George W. Bush
	Debra Merskin
9. The Political Rhetoric of Sacrifice and Heroism and U.S. Military Intervention
	Timothy Cole
10. "The Great American Bubble:" Fox News Channel, the "Mirage" of Objectivity and the Isolation of American Public Opinion
	Adel Iskandar
11. Pre-emptive Strikes on the Cultural Front: Big Radio, the Dixie Chicks, and Homeland Insecurity 
	Matthew A. Killmeier
12. The Mass Media, Politics, and Warfare
	Christian Fuchs
13. Might Makes Right: News Reportage as Discursive Weapon in the War in Iraq
	Michael Gasher
14. Journalists Embedded in Culture: War Stories as Political Strategy
	Heinz Brandenburg
15. The Power of Public Reporting: The Independent Media Center's Challenge 
to Corporate Media
	Lisa Brooten
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Iraq War, 2003 -- Mass media and the war.
Mass media and public opinion -- United States.