What's right (and wrong) about left media criticism? Herman and Chomsky's propaganda model

  title={What's right (and wrong) about left media criticism? Herman and Chomsky's propaganda model},
  author={Jeff E. Goodwin},
  journal={Sociological Forum},
  • J. Goodwin
  • Published 1 March 1994
  • Political Science
  • Sociological Forum
Edward S. Herman and Noam Chomsky recently conducted an interesting comparative analysis of the U.S. media's treatment of the case of Father Jerzy Popieluszko, a priest murdered in 1984 by the police in thenCommunist Poland, and the media's coverage of the murder of no less than 100 priests and religious activists in Latin America-including the assassination of Archbishop Oscar Romero of San Salvador in March 1980 and the murder of four North American religious workers in December 1980 by… 
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