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Framing The Fight Against Terror: Order Versus Liberty in the Mainstream and Alternative Media
Unformatted Document Text:  ICA-6-10348 12 is sometimes inversely proportional to the need for it. Whether the growing appetite for order will constrain the work of dissenting journalists remains an open question. References Bennett, W. L. 1997. “Cracking the News Code: Some Rules that Journalists Live By,” pp. 103-117 in S. Iyengar and R. Reeves, eds., Do the Media Govern?: Politicians, Voters, and Reporters in America. Sage. Curran, J. 1991. “Mass Media and Democracy: A Reappraisal,” pp. 82-117 in J. Curran and M. Gurevitch, eds., Mass Media and Society. London: Edward Arnold. Diamond, L. 2002. “Thinking About Hybrid Regimes.” Journal of Democracy 13 (2), April 2002: 21-35. Downing, J. D. H. 2001. Radical Media: Rebellious Communication and Social Movements. Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Sage. Eliasoph, N. 1988. “Routines and the Making of Oppositional News.” Critical Studies in Mass Communication 54: 313-34. Fraser, N. 1991. Rethinking the Public Sphere: A Contribution to the Critique of Actually Existing Democracy. Milwaukee, Wisconsin: Center for Twentieth Century Studies Working Paper No. 10. Gitlin, T. 1980. The Whole World is Watching: Mass Media in the Making and Unmaking of the New Left. Berkeley: University of California Press. Hall, S. 1982. “The Rediscovery of ‘Ideology’: Return of the Repressed in Media Studies,” pp. 56-90, in M. Gurevitch, T. Bennett, J. Curran and J. Woollacott, eds., Culture, Society and the Media. London: Methuen. Herman, E. S. 1998. “The Propaganda Model Revisited,” pp. 191-205 in R. W. McChesney, E. M. Wood and J. B. Foster, eds., Capitalism and the Information Age: The Political Economy of the Global Communication Revolution. New York: Monthly Review Press. Hertog, J. K., and D. M. McLeod. 1995. “Anarchists Wreak Havoc in Downtown Minneapolis: A Multi-level Study of Media Coverage of Radical Protest.” Journalism and Mass Communication Monographs 151. Hilley, J. 2001. Malaysia: Mahathirism, Hegemony and the New Oppositon. London: Zed

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is sometimes inversely proportional to the need for it. Whether the growing appetite for
order will constrain the work of dissenting journalists remains an open question.
References
Bennett, W. L. 1997. “Cracking the News Code: Some Rules that Journalists Live By,”
pp. 103-117 in S. Iyengar and R. Reeves, eds., Do the Media Govern?:
Politicians, Voters, and Reporters in America
. Sage.

Curran, J. 1991. “Mass Media and Democracy: A Reappraisal,” pp. 82-117 in J. Curran
and M. Gurevitch, eds., Mass Media and Society. London: Edward Arnold.

Diamond, L. 2002. “Thinking About Hybrid Regimes.” Journal of Democracy 13 (2),
April 2002: 21-35.
Downing, J. D. H. 2001. Radical Media: Rebellious Communication and Social
Movements. Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Sage.

Eliasoph, N. 1988. “Routines and the Making of Oppositional News.” Critical Studies in
Mass Communication 54: 313-34.

Fraser, N. 1991. Rethinking the Public Sphere: A Contribution to the Critique of Actually
Existing Democracy. Milwaukee, Wisconsin: Center for Twentieth Century
Studies Working Paper No. 10.
Gitlin, T. 1980. The Whole World is Watching: Mass Media in the Making and Unmaking
of the New Left. Berkeley: University of California Press.
Hall, S. 1982. “The Rediscovery of ‘Ideology’: Return of the Repressed in Media
Studies,” pp. 56-90, in M. Gurevitch, T. Bennett, J. Curran and J. Woollacott,
eds., Culture, Society and the Media. London: Methuen.

Herman, E. S. 1998. “The Propaganda Model Revisited,” pp. 191-205 in R. W.
McChesney, E. M. Wood and J. B. Foster, eds., Capitalism and the Information
Age: The Political Economy of the Global Communication Revolution
. New
York: Monthly Review Press.

Hertog, J. K., and D. M. McLeod. 1995. “Anarchists Wreak Havoc in Downtown
Minneapolis: A Multi-level Study of Media Coverage of Radical Protest.”
Journalism and Mass Communication Monographs 151.
Hilley, J. 2001. Malaysia: Mahathirism, Hegemony and the New Oppositon. London: Zed


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