Routledge, 1999, Softcover, Book Condition: Good, Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket, First Edition
introduction by author, notes, acknowledgements and index. Black-and-white photographic front cover with white, red and black coloured titles to the front panel and red and black coloured titles to the backstrip. In this book the author ".... warns that the American media threaten our ability to understand the world around us. Why do the media cover the world in the way that they do? Are they simply following the marketplace demand for tabloid-style international news? Or are they creating an audience that has seen too much -- or too little -- to care? Through a series of case studies of the "The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse" -- disease, famine, war and death -- Moeller investigates how newspapers, and news magazines and television have covered international crisis over the last two decades, is identifying the rights into which the media have fallen and revealing why." -- from the rear panel blurb. Creasing to the book corners and previous owners and ensures to the top right-hand corner of the half title page. Size: Trade Paperback. 390 pages, . Please refer to accompanying picture (s). Quantity Available: 1. Category: Communications & Media; Journalism ; History. ISBN: 0415920981. ISBN/EAN: 9780415920988. Inventory No: 0109733.