The Media and the Making of History

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Ashgate, 2004 - Political Science - 226 pages
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While the huge impact of the mass media on everyday social life is acknowledged, it has generally been assigned a peripheral role in the historical process. This intriguing book demonstrates that, far from being a footnote, media discourse has been a critical factor in recent European history, and indeed one that distinguishes the twentieth century from all previous ones.

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Theobald is Associate Professor in Modern Languages at Southampton Institute.

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