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The Resource Media and revolution : comparative perspectives, Jeremy D. Popkin, editor

Media and revolution : comparative perspectives, Jeremy D. Popkin, editor

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Media and revolution : comparative perspectives
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Media and revolution
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comparative perspectives
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Jeremy D. Popkin, editor
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eng
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As television screens across America showed Chinese students blocking government tanks in Tiananmen Square, the fall of the Berlin Wall, and missiles searching their targets in Baghdad, the connection between media and revolution seemed more significant than ever. In this book, thirteen prominent scholars examine the role of the communication media in revolutionary crises -- from the Puritan Revolution of the 1640s to the upheaval in the former Czechoslovakia. Their central question: Do the media in fact have a real influence on the unfolding of revolutionary crises? On this question, the contr
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Media and revolution : comparative perspectives, Jeremy D. Popkin, editor
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Media and revolution : comparative perspectives, Jeremy D. Popkin, editor
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http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/j.ctt130jmn3
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  • Cover; Half-title; Title; Copyright; Contents; Acknowledgments; 1. Lessons from a Symposium; 2. Media and Revolutionary Crisis; 3. Grub Street and Parliament at the Beginning of the English Revolution; 4. Propaganda and Public Opinion in Seventeenth-Century England; 5- The Enticements of Change and America's Enlightenment Journalism; 6. The Revolutionary Word in the Newspaper in 1789; 7. ""The Persecutor of Evil"" in the German Revolution of 1848-1849; 8. Antislavery, Civil Rights, and Incendiary Material; 9. American Cartoonists and a World of Revolutions, 1789-1936
  • 10. Pravda and the Language of Power in Soviet Russia, 1917-192811. Press Freedom and the Chinese Revolution in the 1930s; 12. Mass Media and Mass Actions in Urban China, 1919-1989; 13. Mass Media and the Velvet Revolution; Contributors; Index
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