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American journalism and international relations : foreign correspondence from the early republic to the digital era / Giovanna Dell'Orto..

By: Dell'Orto, Giovanna, 1977-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: PN4888.F69 D45 2013Publication: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2013Description: viii, 287 p.ISBN: 9781107031951 (hardback).Subject(s): Foreign news -- United States -- History | Journalism -- Political aspects -- United States | Press and politics -- United States -- History | Foreign correspondents -- United States -- History
Contents:
1. Introduction: the American press and international relations -- 2. A new country, a new profession: America and its foreign correspondents get ready to take on the world -- 3. America takes global center stage: the ascent of a political and communication power -- 4. The media are American in the American century: the apex of American political and communication power -- 5. A web of disentanglements: American policy and media struggle to engage the post-Cold War world -- 6. The importance of being there and making people care: the troubled present and possible futures of U.S. foreign correspondence -- 7. Conclusion: reaffirming journalism's role in world affairs.
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1. Introduction: the American press and international relations -- 2. A new country, a new profession: America and its foreign correspondents get ready to take on the world -- 3. America takes global center stage: the ascent of a political and communication power -- 4. The media are American in the American century: the apex of American political and communication power -- 5. A web of disentanglements: American policy and media struggle to engage the post-Cold War world -- 6. The importance of being there and making people care: the troubled present and possible futures of U.S. foreign correspondence -- 7. Conclusion: reaffirming journalism's role in world affairs.

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