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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:54853
Doc. No:TL24807
Call number:‭1468371‬
Main Entry:Myungjin Song
Title & Author:U.S. media policy: The embedded program during the 2003 Iraq WarMyungjin Song
College:Michigan State University
Date:2009
Degree:M.A.
student score:2009
Page No:97
Abstract:Preparing for the 2003 Iraq War, the U.S. military establishment (the Pentagon) introduced a new media policy called "the embedded program" to provide reporters with the truth about the war before the enemy spread disinformation and distortions through the media. The embedded program was also intended to create an amicable military-media relationship. This study examines the nature of newspaper reporting during the early phase of the 2003 Iraq War and qualitative similarities and differences in the reporting of embedded journalists, non-embedded journalists, and other reporters who covered the conflict. The results suggest that embedded, non-embedded, and others' newspaper accounts differed in their reporting of the 2003 Iraq War. It is important to recognize that the application of the embedded program played a significant role in accounting for the differences and the U.S. military assessment of how the program worked out. However, differences in how they portrayed the war to readers do not indicate that either type of newspaper stories is better, just that they differ.
Subject:Communication and the arts; United States; Journalism; 0391:Journalism
Added Entry:F. Ogundimu
Added Entry:Michigan State University