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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:55488
Doc. No:TL25442
Call number:‭1454342‬
Main Entry:Lindsay Reed Walton
Title & Author:Degrees of access: Factors preventing wide-scope coverage of the Iraq War by embedded reporters—from “shock and awe” to “mission accomplished” (March 21–May 1, 2003)Lindsay Reed Walton
College:University of Maryland, College Park
Date:2008
Degree:M.A.
student score:2008
Page No:120
Abstract:Reporters "embedded" with U.S. military units during the first two months of the Iraq War (2003– ) dealt with a number of impediments the combination of which was previously unseen in the history of war reporting. These included physical proximity, bonding, and shared peril with American soldiers, informal self-censorship based on "ground rules," and technological capacity for real-time visual transmission of reportage. These and other factors such as travel restrictions and post-9/11 editorial bias prevented "embeds" from seeing anything but a narrow slice of the war.
Subject:Communication and the arts; Embedded; Embedding; Iraq War; Narrow; Reporters; Journalism; Mass media; 0391:Journalism; 0708:Mass media
Added Entry:L. Steiner
Added Entry:University of Maryland, College Park