Author: Lynette Finch
Publisher: Circa - Melbourne Publishing Group (2006)
Category: Politics & Government
Size Fb2: 1876 kb
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Sexuality, Class and Surveillance. Propaganda in Modern Warfare.
She has published on life on the Queensland home front in the second world war and the role and history of war propaganda. She has published one biography: Fixing Antarctica. Mapping the Frozen South, about the surveyor-explorer, Syd Kirkby. Earth, Wind and Fire is her thirteenth non-fiction book. Sexuality, Class and Surveillance. See All Books Written By Lynette Finch.
Propaganda in Modern Warfare. War is no longer about battlefields, it is now about propaganda itself. This book traces the origins and development of propaganda and media manipulation from the 1800s to today’s ‘spin’ and ‘false news’. Why have governments at war allocated resources to propaganda leaflets, broadcasts, movies and art during major military conflicts? Read the book. You’ll find the answer. Category: Out of Print.
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Dr Lynette Finch is a historian who lives in Brisbane, Australia.
Military - General & All Other. In this important new book, Dr Lynette Finch traces the origins and development of propaganda and media-manipulation from the 1800s to today's spin' and public relations culture. She explains why governments in every part of the world, in the midst of major military conflicts, have considered it necessary to create a suitable climate' for sacrifice among their people.
This study of the battles waged between 1066 and 1135 by the Anglo-Norman kings of England - William the Conqueror, William Rufus and Henry I -is a major restatement of the nature of medieval warfare in the eleventh and twelfth centuries.
Propaganda, an influential book written by Edward L. Bernays in 1928, incorporated the literature from social science and psychological manipulation into an examination of the techniques of public communication. Bernays wrote the book in response to the success of some of his earlier works such as Crystallizing Public Opinion (1923) and A Public Relations Counsel (1927).
Taylor Fergusson should have died just days after she was born. Accidents and mishaps kept happening to her until she and Daimhin, the Guardian Angel sent to fetch her, made a deal. Now Daimhin does not have a choice any more. The system which regulates births and deaths takes his choice away by making sure there is nothing Daimhin can do to stop the inevitable. However, he is intrigued by her and wants to get to know her first.