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Title Communication and culture in war and peace / edited by Colleen Roach ; preface by Johan Galtung.

Published Newbury Park : Sage Publications, [1993]
©1993

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 UniM Bail  302.2 COMM    AVAILABLE
 UniM Bail  302.2 COMM    AVAILABLE
Physical description xxv, 274 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Series Communication and human values.
Communication and human values (Newbury Park, Calif.)
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents 1. Information and Culture in War and Peace: Overview / Colleen Roach 1 -- 2. Communication and Information Technology for War and Peace / Vincent Mosco 41 -- 3. Dealing With Reality: The News Media and the Promotion of Peace / Peter Bruck, Colleen Roach 71 -- 4. Not Yet the Postimperialist Era / Herbert I. Schiller 97 -- 5. Culture of Western Bureaucratic Capitalism: Implications for War and Peace / Sheila Collins 117 -- 6. From Domination to Partnership: The Foundations for Global Peace / Riane Eisler 145 -- 7. Feminist Peace Researchers, Culture, and Communication / Colleen Roach 175 -- 8. Ethnic Discourse and the New World Dysorder: A Communitarian Perspective / Majid Tehranian 192 -- 9. Communication, Peace, and International Law / Howard Frederick 216.
Summary By exploring the role of both culture and mass media, this volume fills a crucial void in the study of war and peace. Outstanding scholars such as Vincent Mosco, Herbert Schiller, Riane Eisler, and Majid Tehranian provide a history and overview of critical mass media research and investigate emerging issues dealing with the ongoing debate over communication in war and peace. Several chapters deal specifically with the role of communication culture in the GulfWar, while others discuss more general themes, including the military/industrial/communication complex, cultural imperialism, and transnational control of communication. Many of the essays offer a uniquely feminist reading of war and peace, a perspective typically unacknowledged in mainstream communication work. This timely book also weaves peripheral concerns like multiculturalism, international communication law, women and peace, and communication technology into the primary themes of media and war.
Other author Roach, Colleen A.
Subject Communication and culture.
Mass media -- Social aspects.
Peace.
ISBN 0803950624 (cloth)
0803950632 (paperback)