Spencer draws from coverage of vietnam rwanda bosnia the middle east northern ireland the war on terror and iraq in order to argue that journalists should engage more with those who articulate peace discourse spencer suggests that since peace is more socially desirable than war there should be a reversal of emphasis in news reports . Decouvrez et achetez the media and peace from vietnam to the war on terror livraison en europe a 1 centime seulement . Inproceedingsspencer2005thema titlethe media and peace from vietnam to the war on terror authorg spencer year2005 g spencer published 2005 political science introduction news culture the impact of news on foreign policy diplomacy and signalling rwanda and reporting africa . From vietnam to iraq via rwanda the balkans and beyond he explores the way the media has helped and alas mostly hindered efforts for peace wrestling with the dilemma of objectivity versus peace journalism he asks whether the media can ever play a constructive role in conflict resolution a very valuable contribution in an emerging field of study anthony borden executive . The media and peace from vietnam to the war on terror g spencer palgrave macmillan uk oct 6 2005 social science 212 pages 0 reviews much is known about the medias role in conflict but far less is known about the medias role in peace graham spencers study addresses this deficiency by providing a comparative analysis of reporting conflicts from around the world and examining
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