How Journalists Shaped American Foreign Policy: A Case Study of Japan's Military Seizure of Korea
|Author: ||Métraux, Daniel A.|
Dr. Metraux’s study uses seven Western writers who reported on the Russo-Japanese War from behind Japanese lines. The author examines how personal bias and media censorship can affect the flow of information from journalists to the general public, making this book incredibly topical in today’s world of journalistic reporting.
“Dr. Metraux wants the reader to be aware when reading supposedly factual news. What is Truth? That’s the hardest question of all.” – Professor Wilton S. Dillon, Smithsonian Institution
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