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War and Media

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Svea Kröpke

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War and Media
Svea Kröpke
IELS: 53-583
Contents
1. Definitions of war and media
2. How are war and media related?
3. What characterizes the relation of war
Group Work 1
4. Examples
- Third Crusade
- Hundred Years´ War
- Iraq War
5. Conclusion
Group Work 2
MEDIA
The main means of mass communication (television, radio, and newspapers) regarded collectively
WAR
A state of armed conflict between different countries or different groups within a country
Definitions of War and Media
How are war and media related?
1. information
2. propaganda
giving people of affected and unaffected countries information about the state of affairs
influencing people in their opinion
convincing of need to fight
What characterizes the relation of
war and media?

- freedom of press
Groupwork 1:
Think about aspects that influence or characterize the relation between war and media

- ...
5 minutes
Examples
1.
2.
3.
Thank you for your attention
Sources
Groupwork 2:


Look at the pictures.

What kinds of media can you see?
Do they have an informative character, are they propaganda or something else?
What or who may have influenced them?
How are they related to the topic "War and Media"?
Discuss!
5 minutes
Conclusion
Iraq War
Iraq War
Third Crusade
Hundred Years´ War
Third Crusade
Hundred Years´ War
16-12-2014
and media?
1189 - 1192
1337-1453
2013-2011
What media presents about war, depends on many points, and it is difficult to find the truth.
The instruments of information and propaganda have changed, but the intentions are still very similar.
Balabanova, Ekaterina. Media, Wars and Politics: Comparing the Incomparable in Western and Eastern Europe. Aldershot, England: Ashgate, 2007. Print.

Griesse, Malte. From Mutual Observation to Propaganda War: Premodern Revolts in Their Transnational Representations. Bielefeld: n.p., 2014. Print.

Jackaway, Gwenyth L. Media at War: Radio's Challenge to the Newspapers, 1924-1939. Westport, CT: Praeger, 1995. Print.

Langer, Fred. "1813 Wohin Gehst Du, Deutschland." GEO 03 (2013): 104-19. Print.

Müller, Harald. "Demokratie, Die Medien Und Der Irak-Krieg." Standpunkte 6 (2003): n. pag. Hessische Stiftung Friedens- Und Konfliktforschung/Peace Research Institute Frankfurt, 2003. Web. 14 Dec. 2014.

Schulz, Roland. "Die Komische Karriere Der Mumien Von Koke." GEO 05 (2010): 30-46. Print.

Der Spiegel. Rudolf Augstein, n.d. Web. 13 Dec. 2014.

Geo Epoche Das Mitttelalter. Hamburg: Gruner + Jahr AG, 1999. Print.

Oxford Dictionaries. Computer software. Oxford Dictionaries. N.p., n.d. Web. 14 Dec. 2014.

USA. U.S. Department of Defense. (defense.gov). N.p., n.d. Web. 14 Dec. 2014.

denouement
: pope wanting to improve religious and economic situation
- calling on emperors of Holy Roman Empire
and kings of France and England
media
: pictures/ letters
denouement
: question about the allowance of influence that the English throne had on France
- resulting in civil war between two French camps
result
: final separation of France and England
result
: no recapture of Jerusalem, new place of pilgrimage
media
: letters/picture/ placards
Joan of Arc
- not just symbol
specific to
: kings, soldiers and people
specific to:
kings, (military regime)
denouement
: alleged weapons of mass destruction
phase 1
: invasion of the US-> downfall of Hussein
phase 2
: stabilization of administration, leaving of
troops
result:
phase 3:
civil war-like conditions, expansion
of ISIS
media:
specific to:
newspaper, TV, radio, internet and social media, war correspondents
everyone, citizens, voters
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