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The future of news as power and propaganda

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Abstract

Readers of The future of news as power and propaganda (Bloomsbury) will be introduced to critical and cultural theories of race, gender, history, and communication under the premise that journalists and strategic communicators operate in industries of profit, oppression, and control that benefit private enterprise.

This book argues that those who are aware of the power dynamics of the press and of professional communication can approach media messaging in ways that can benefit the social good by reconstructing communication to meet the needs of the public.