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Reporting The Troubles

Author : Deric Henderson
ISBN : 1780731795
Genre : Northern Ireland
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In Reporting the Troubles sixty-eight renowned journalists tell their stories of working in Northern Ireland during the Troubles - the victims that they have never forgotten, the events that have never left them, and the lasting impact of the experience of working through those years.

Reporting The Troubles At Ulster Television

Author : Orla Lafferty
ISBN : OCLC:1063417883
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Fcc Record

Author : United States. Federal Communications Commission
ISBN : OSU:32437010594618
Genre : Telecommunication
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The Industrial Reorganization Act The Communications Industry

Author : United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Antitrust and Monopoly
ISBN : MINN:31951P00787822D
Genre : Antitrust law
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Federal Communications Commission Reports

Author : United States. Federal Communications Commission
ISBN : MSU:31293012269571
Genre : Radio
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Reporting The Resistance

Author : J. M. Bumsted
ISBN : 9780887553608
Genre : History
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"Reporting the Resistance "brings together two first-person accounts to give a view 'from the ground' of the developments that shocked Canada and created the province of Manitoba. In 1869 and 1870, Begg and Hargrave were regular correspondents for (respectively) the "Toronto Globe" and the "Montreal Herald." While neither man was a committed supporter of the Metis or Louis Riel, each gives a more complex, and more sympathetic, view of the resistance that is commonly expected from the Anglophone community of Red River. They describe, often from very different perspectives, the events of the resistance, as well as give insider accounts of the social and political background. Largely unreprinted until now, this correspondence remains a relatively untapped resource for contemporary views of the resistance. These are the Red River's own accounts, and are often quite different from the perspective of eastern observers.

Northern Ireland In Crisis

Author : Simon Winchester
ISBN : UOM:39015008780895
Genre : Northern Ireland
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A British correspondent records his impressions of events occurring during thirty months of the bitter guerrilla war between Catholics and soldiers in Northern Ireland

Times Of Troubles

Author : Andrew Sanders
ISBN : 9780748655137
Genre : History
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How 'The Troubles' in Ulster defined the Scottish and British military experience post-WW2.

Drawing The Line Once Again

Author : Paul Goodman
ISBN : 9781604860573
Genre : Political Science
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In a new initiative, PM Press and Goodman's literary exuctor, Taylor Stoerh have gathered nine core texts by the truely libertarian, seminal thinker. Included are the utopian essays and proposals which inspired the dissident youth of the 1960s, influencing theory so deeply that are now perceived as underlying assumptions of contemporary radicalism. A potent antidote to US imperialism with analyses of civil disobedience, decentralism and anarchy.

The Trouble With Reporting Northern Ireland

Author : David Butler
ISBN : 1856289095
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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This book investigates the troubled relationship between British broadcasting and Northern Ireland. The work combines historical, sociological and cultural studies approaches to the study of Northern Ireland with critically informed analysis of nonfictional coverage of the conflict. It considers the peculiar institutional development of local radio and television in the context of a longterm view of 'consensus' broadcasting in the state in Britain, demonstrating how in the years since 1968 the reporting of Northern Ireland has adversely affected the traditionally 'independent' position of British broadcasting.The analysis of texts reveals a consistent set of themes and motifs across the range of programme materials. These indicate the trace of the three major constraints on the production of British reportage: the conditions of the broadcast media's role in a liberal democratic state; the formal conventions of documentary realism and public service news values; and deepest attitudes in British perspectives on Ireland.

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