Manufacturing consent: the political economy of the mass media

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Pantheon Books, 1988 - Political Science - 412 pages
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Discusses the ways in which the mass media are manipulated to present the news according to an underlying elite consenus which affects the manner in which similar events in different parts of the world are presented.

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I read this in college. Count on Noam Chomsky to really get your mind moving, and your thinking of something, in this case Mass Media, with a different perspective. Read full review

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Loved this! There is also the video on YouTube. Really reveals how the media truly works... Read full review

Contents

TABLES
1
Worthy and Unworthy Victims
37
A Murdered
40
Copyright

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About the author (1988)

Herman is Professor Emeritus of Finance, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania

Noam Chomsky is a pioneering figure in linguistics, a profesNoam Chomsky is a pioneering figure in linguistics, a professor emeritus at MIT and a leading critic of US foreign policsor emeritus at MIT and a leading critic of US foreign policy. The author of over forty books, Chomsky was interviewed fy. The author of over forty books, Chomsky was interviewed for "New Left Review" in 1969, the same year that his "Americor "New Left Review" in 1969, the same year that his "American Power and the New Mandarins" was published. an Power and the New Mandarins" was published.

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