Propaganda and Media Analytical Essay by The Research Group

Propaganda and Media
This paper uses the theories of Noam Chomsky and Kathleen Jamieson to discuss propaganda and the media.
# 74168 | 900 words | 2 sources | MLA | 2005 | US


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In this article the theories of Noam Chomsky and Kathleen Jamieson are used to examine propaganda and the media. The writer looks at Jamieson's view of media manipulation. The writer also discusses Chomsky's view of civic democracy and the right to meaningful participation.

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"Noam Chomsky proposes two alternative views of civic democracy in which on the one hand the public is perceived as having the right to meaningful participation in the management of their own affairs and the means of information are open and free and on the other hand a view holding that the public must be barred from such activities and the means of information must be kept narrowly and rigidly controlled. Kathleen Jamieson argues that while the media in a democracy is a source of ... "

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