Citizen Action & Interest Groups Publications

Citizen Action & Interest Groups, International Affairs, Papers, Policy & Issues, Politics & Government, Publications, War, Defense & Security,
The Role of the News Media in Unequal Political Conflicts: From the Intifada to the Gulf War and Back Again
June 1, 1993
A paper by Gadi Wolfsfeld, fall 1992 fellow, develops and applies a theoretical model to analyze the role of the news media in political conflicts, particularly...
Citizen Action & Interest Groups, International Affairs, Journalistic Practice, News Business & Practice, Policy & Issues, Politics & Government, Publications, War, Defense & Security,
Turmoil at Tiananmen: A Study of U.S. Press Coverage of the Beijing Spring of 1989
June 1, 1992
This report by the Shorenstein Center explores the U.S. media coverage of the 1989 Beijing Spring. Although the U.S. was not directly involved in the events...
Citizen Action & Interest Groups, International Affairs, News Business & Practice, Papers, Policy & Issues, Politics & Government, Press Freedom, Publications,
Lies in Ink, Truth in Blood: The Role and Impact of the Chinese Media During the Beijing Spring of ‘89
August 1, 1990
A paper by Linda Jakobson, spring 1990 fellow, focuses on Chinese press coverage of the student-led Tiananmen Square protests in 1989. For this paper,...
Citizen Action & Interest Groups, International Affairs, News Business & Practice, Papers, Policy & Issues, Politics & Government, Press Freedom, Publications,
Window to the West: How Television from the Federal Republic Influenced Events in East Germany
July 1, 1990
A paper by Dieter Buhl, spring 1990 fellow, examines how television from West Germany influenced political developments in East Germany in the 1980s. Buhl's...