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Media, War, and Propaganda: Strategies of Information Management During the 2003 Iraq War

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Abstract:

It is now widely acknowledged that the Bush administration used faulty and false information to justify the 2003 war on Iraq, and that the mainstream media, by not adequately investigating the case for war, assisted with the project. In this paper, I outline the particular strategies employed by the media–military industrial complex to ensure a dominance of pro-war arguments in the public sphere. I conclude by arguing that the failure of the media in the US to meet the democratic needs of this society places enormous responsibility on intellectuals to produce scholarship critical of the new imperialism.

Keywords: Democracy; Iraq War; Media; Propaganda; War Rhetoric

Document Type: Research Article

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14791420500505650

Publication date: March 1, 2006

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