The Propaganda Model Today: Filtering Perception and Awareness
University of Westminster Press
October 25, 2018
6.0 X 9.0 X 0.66 inches | 0.93 pounds
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About the Author
Dr Daniel Broudy is Professor of Rhetoric and Applied Linguistics in the Graduate School of Intercultural Communication at Okinawa Christian University. As a former imagery analyst with the US Army and current member of Veterans for Peace, he draws upon his military experience and doctoral training in psycholinguistics to develop courses in communication and the rhetoric of the visual. His research focuses on systems and techniques of mass manipulation in state and corporate public relations. Recent edited collections include Under Occupation: Resistance and Struggle in a Militarized Asia-Pacific (CSP, 2013) and News from Somewhere: A Reader in Communication and Challenges to Globalization (Wayzgoose Press, 2015). His most recent book is the coauthored Okinawa Under Occupation: McDonaldization and Resistance to Neoliberal Propaganda (Palgrave, 2017).
Dr Joan Pedro-Carañana, works at the Communication Department at Saint Louis University, Madrid Campus. Joan holds a European PhD in Communication, Social Change and Development from Complutense University of Madrid, Spain (2015), and has been a visiting Scholar in Universidad del Norte and Universidad Minuto de Dios in Colombia, as well as in Complutense. His research interests revolve around the role of culture, communication and education in the reproduction and change of societies. He is co-editor of Talking Back to Globalization: Texts and Practices (Peter Lang, 2016), with Brian M. Goss and Mary R. Gould. His work has been published in international journals such as the International Journal of Communication, Global Media Journal, Synaesthesia: Communication Across Cultures, Fifth-Estate-Online - The International Journal of Radical Mass Media Criticism, OBETS: Revista de Ciencias Sociales, Historia y Comunicación Social and Revista Latina de Comunicación Social. Joan has also been active in a variety of social movements and is a contributor of OpenDemocracy, Rebelión and other online magazines. His work can be found at https: //slu.academia.edu/JoanPedro.
Dr Jeffery Klaehn holds a PhD in Communication from the University of Amsterdam (2007) and completed a second PhD, in Sociology, at the University of Strathclyde in 2012. His writings on the Propaganda Model have been published in the European Journal of Communication, Sociology Compass, Journalism Studies, Synaesthesia: Communication Across Cultures, and International Communication Gazette. He has edited six books, including Filtering the News: Essays on Herman and Chomsky's Propaganda Model (Black Rose, 2005), Bound by Power: Intended Consequences (Black Rose, 2006) and The Political Economy of Media and Power (Peter Lang, 2010). His ongoing series of interviews with comic book writers and illustrators have been published in the Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics, ImageText: Interdisciplinary Comics Studies, Studies in Comics, and the International Journal of Comic Art. He teaches in the areas of social theory, communication, cultural studies, media and pop culture. More information about his work can be found at: http: //uva.academia.edu/JefferyKlaehn