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News media and conflict escalation : a comparative study of Gulf War coverage in US and European media

News media and conflict escalation : a comparative study of Gulf War coverage in US and European media

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KEMPF, Wilhelm, 2001. News media and conflict escalation : a comparative study of Gulf War coverage in US and European media. In: NOHRSTEDT, Stig A., ed., Rune OTTOSEN, ed.. Journalism and the new world order : Vol 1 Gulf War, national news discourses and globalization. Göteborg:Nordicom, pp. 149-174

@incollection{Kempf2001media-10751, title={News media and conflict escalation : a comparative study of Gulf War coverage in US and European media}, year={2001}, address={Göteborg}, publisher={Nordicom}, booktitle={Journalism and the new world order : Vol 1 Gulf War, national news discourses and globalization}, pages={149--174}, editor={Nohrstedt, Stig A. and Ottosen, Rune}, author={Kempf, Wilhelm} }

2001 eng terms-of-use News media and conflict escalation : a comparative study of Gulf War coverage in US and European media Kempf, Wilhelm 2011-03-25T09:22:14Z 2011-03-25T09:22:14Z The New World Order, proclaimed by President Buch in connection with the Persian Gulf War 1990-91, is a challenge for research on war journalism, propaganda and international opinion making. This comparative study of media coverage of the conflict in five countries, Finland, Germany, Norway, Sweden and the USA, offers a unique empirical study with a multi-methodological approach. First publ. in: Journalism and the new world order : Vol. 1. Gulf War, national news discourses and globalization / Stig A. Nohrstedt & Rune Ottosen (eds.). - Göteborg : Nordicom, 2001. - S. 149-174 Kempf, Wilhelm application/pdf

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