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Media definitions of Cold War reality [electronic resource] : the Caribbean basin, 1953-1992 /
Walter C. Soderlund.
Toronto, Ont. : Canadian Scholars' Press, 2001.
xvi, 312 p. ; 23 cm.
1551302004 (pbk.) :, 9781551302003
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Toronto, Ont. : Canadian Scholars' Press, 2001.
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Table of Contents
The Initial Challenge: British Guiana, Guatemala, Cuba and the Dominican Republic
The Arrival of the Cold War in the Western Hemisphere: British Guiana 1953 and Guatemala 1954p. 3
Words and Images: Press Coverage of Fidel Castro in The New York Times, 1953-1992p. 23
Press Framing of the 1965 U.S. Intervention in the Dominican Republic: A Test of the Propaganda Modelp. 43
The Second Wave: Nicaragua, El Salvador and Grenada
Images of the Nicaraguan Revolution, 1978-1980p. 59
El Salvador: A Comparison of Canadian and American Press Reporting, 1981 and 1983p. 75
The Press as a Predictor of Cold War Crises: Grenada 1983p. 87
The Price of Censorship: Television Network News Coverage of the 1983 U.S. Invasion of Grenadap. 97
Press Portrayals of Maurice Bishop: A Balance Theory Hypothesisp. 111
Demonstration Elections? El Salvador, Nicaragua and Grenada 1984p. 125
Constructing the Agenda: Ronald Reagan and Aid to the Contras 1986p. 159
The End of the Cold War, and Democratic Transitions: Haiti, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Panama and Cuba
Transition to Democracy? Elections in Haiti, 1987-1990p. 175
The Cold War Retreats: Elections in El Salvador 1989 and Nicaragua 1990p. 197
Cheerleader or Critic? TV Network News Coverage of the 1989 U.S. Invasion of Panamap. 221
The End of the Cold War? Cuba as Seen on North American TV Network News, 1988-1992p. 245
Creation and Development of Media Image: Jean-Bertrand Aristide and Haiti on TV Network News, 1990-1993p. 271
Conclusionp. 285
Referencesp. 297
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