“during war, journalists should remain loyal to their troops, their

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The essay should deal with the question listed below.
The essay should be a maximum of 3000 words excluding the bibliography.
Question: “During war, journalists should remain loyal to their troops, their public, and their government”. Discuss on the aspects of political communications.
PLESE READ ALL FOLLOWING READINGS MATERIALS OF THE READING LIST BELOW, WRITE THE ESSAY BASED ON THE UNDERSTANDING OF THE READING LIST. USING AT LEAST 4 READINGS IN YOUR ESSAY.
Jay G. Blumler (2015) Core Theories of Political Communication: Foundational and Freshly Minted Communication Theory.
Negrine, R. and Stanyer, J. (eds.) The Political Communication Reader London: Routledge. (This has sections on Media and Democracy, Media and Political Advocates, Elections and Campaigning, Marketing Politics, Media effects, Media and Political Engagement, Personalization, New Media, New Politics?
McNair, B. (2003 3rd Edition) An Introduction to Political Communication London:
Routledge.
Edward Herman and Noam Chomsky (1988) Manufacturing Consent: the political economy of the mass media.
Robinson, Seib and Froelich (2017) Routledge Handbook of media, conflict and security (Routledge: London and New York)
Negrine, R. (2008) The Transformation of Political Communication Basingstoke: Palgrave
Brants, K. et al. (2011) Political Communication in Postmodern democracy.
Cushion, S. (2012) The Democratic Value of News. Palgrave.
Bennett, W. L. and Entman, R. (2001) (eds.) Mediated Politics: Communication in the Future of Democracy Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Chadwick, A. (2013) The Hybrid Media System. CUP.
Dahlgren, P. (2005) The Internet, Public spheres, and political communication. Political Communication http://courses.washington.edu/insc555/wordpress/wp-content/readings/Dahlgren_2005.pdf
Franklin, B. (2004) Packaging Politics; Political Communication in Britain’s Media Democracy London: Edward Arnold
Lloyd, J (2004) What The Media Are Doing To Our Politics London: Constable and Robinson
McNair, B (2000) Journalism and Democracy. An Evaluation of the Political
Public Sphere. London: Routledge.
Negrine, R (1996) The Communication of Politics, London: Sage.
Robinson, Piers et al (2010) Pockets of Resistance: British News Media, War and Theory in the 2003 Invasion of Iraq (Manchester University Press)
Robinson, P. (2002) The CNN Effect: the myth of news, foreign policy and intervention (Routledge: London and New York)
Scammell, M. (1995) Designer Politics: How Elections are won. Basingstoke: Macmillan
Scammell, M. (2014) Consumer democracy. CUP
Stanyer, J. (2007) Modern Political Communication Oxford: Polity.
Coleman, S. And Blumler, J. (2009) The Internet and Democratic Citizenship. CUP.
Davis, A. (2007) The Mediation of Power. Routledge; Political Communication and social theory (2010)
Washbourne, N. (2011) Mediating Politics. (OUP)
Blumler and Coleman, (2013) Paradigms of Civic Communication ‘Buddy, what’s my paradigm’. Accessed at http://ijoc.org/index.php/ijoc/article/view/1964/847
A. Campbell being interviewed http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Gu4ZEMOB78
Lynton Crosby interviewed about the 2015 election.

Jay G. Blumler (2015) Core Theories of Political Communication: Foundational and Freshly Minted Communication Theory.
Negrine, R. and Stanyer, J. (eds.) The Political Communication Reader London: Routledge. (This has sections on Media and Democracy, Media and Political Advocates, Elections and Campaigning, Marketing Politics, Media effects, Media and Political Engagement, Personalization, New Media, New Politics?
McNair, B. (2003 3rd Edition) An Introduction to Political Communication London:
Routledge.
Edward Herman and Noam Chomsky (1988) Manufacturing Consent: the political economy of the mass media.
Robinson, Seib and Froelich (2017) Routledge Handbook of media, conflict and security (Routledge: London and New York)
Negrine, R. (2008) The Transformation of Political Communication Basingstoke: Palgrave
Brants, K. et al. (2011) Political Communication in Postmodern democracy.
Cushion, S. (2012) The Democratic Value of News. Palgrave.
Bennett, W. L. and Entman, R. (2001) (eds.) Mediated Politics: Communication in the Future of Democracy Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Chadwick, A. (2013) The Hybrid Media System. CUP.
Dahlgren, P. (2005) The Internet, Public spheres, and political communication. Political Communication http://courses.washington.edu/insc555/wordpress/wp-content/readings/Dahlgren_2005.pdf
Franklin, B. (2004) Packaging Politics; Political Communication in Britain’s Media Democracy London: Edward Arnold
Lloyd, J (2004) What The Media Are Doing To Our Politics London: Constable and Robinson
McNair, B (2000) Journalism and Democracy. An Evaluation of the Political
Public Sphere. London: Routledge.
Negrine, R (1996) The Communication of Politics, London: Sage.
Robinson, Piers et al (2010) Pockets of Resistance: British News Media, War and Theory in the 2003 Invasion of Iraq (Manchester University Press)
Robinson, P. (2002) The CNN Effect: the myth of news, foreign policy and intervention (Routledge: London and New York)
Scammell, M. (1995) Designer Politics: How Elections are won. Basingstoke: Macmillan
Scammell, M. (2014) Consumer democracy. CUP
Stanyer, J. (2007) Modern Political Communication Oxford: Polity.
Coleman, S. And Blumler, J. (2009) The Internet and Democratic Citizenship. CUP.
Davis, A. (2007) The Mediation of Power. Routledge; Political Communication and social theory (2010)
Washbourne, N. (2011) Mediating Politics. (OUP)
Blumler and Coleman, (2013) Paradigms of Civic Communication ‘Buddy, what’s my paradigm’. Accessed at http://ijoc.org/index.php/ijoc/article/view/1964/847
A. Campbell being interviewed http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Gu4ZEMOB78
Lynton Crosby interviewed about the 2015 election. 

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