Getting it Wrong: Ten of the Greatest Misreported Stories in American Journalism
University of California Press, 2010 - 269 Seiten
Did the Washington Post bring down Richard Nixon by reporting on the Watergate scandal? Did a cryptic remark by Walter Cronkite effectively end the Vietnam War? Did William Randolph Hearst vow to "furnish the war" in the 1898 conflict with Spain? In Getting It Wrong, W. Joseph Campbell addresses and dismantles these and other prominent media-driven myths--stories about or by the news media that are widely believed but which, on close examination, prove apocryphal. In a fascinating exploration of these and other cases--including the supposedly outstanding coverage of New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina--Campbell describes how myths like these can feed stereotypes, deflect blame from policymakers, and overstate the power and influence of the news media.
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CHAPTER 1Ill Furnish the War
CHAPTER 2Fright beyond Measure?
CHAPTER 3Murrow vs McCarthy
CHAPTER 4The Bay of PigsNew YorkTimes Suppression Myth
CHAPTER 5Debunking the Cronkite Moment
CHAPTER 1OHurricane Katrina and the Myth of Superlative Reporting
CHAPTER 6The Nuanced Myth
CHAPTER 7Its All about the Media
CHAPTER 8The Fantasy Panic
CHAPTER 9She Was Fighting to the Death
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Getting It Wrong: Ten of the Greatest Misreported Stories in American Journalism
W. Joseph Campbell
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