The Propaganda Model: A Retrospective, by Edward S. Herman

@inproceedings{Herman2005ThePM,
  title={The Propaganda Model: A Retrospective, by Edward S. Herman},
  author={Edward Herman},
  year={2005}
}
In Manufacturing Consent: The Political Economy of the Mass Media, Noam Chomsky and I put forward a "propaganda model" as a framework for analysing and understanding how the mainstream U.S. media work and why they perform as they do (Herman and Chomsky 1988). We had long been impressed with the regularity with which the media operate on the basis of a set of ideological premises, depend heavily and uncritically on elite information sources, and participate in propaganda campaigns helpful to… CONTINUE READING

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