A Dubya in the Headlights : President George W. Bush and the Media
A Dubya in the Headlights examines all eight years of the Bush presidency with a critical but non-partisan eye towards its communication policies. While Hayden highlights dilemmas from both terms, he provides an especially important perspective on media coverage of events since Hurricane Katrina. In addition to surveying traditional news outlets, this timely volume also includes an analysis of entertainment and alternative media.
- Hardback | 294 pages
- 160.02 x 228.6 x 30.48mm | 566.99g
- 16 May 2009
- Lexington Books
- Lanham, MD, United States
About Joesph R. Hayden
Joseph R. Hayden is associate professor of journalism at University of Memphis.
Table of contents
Part 1 Introduction Chapter 2 The Late-Night Campaign Chapter 3 Bushisms: The Industry Chapter 4 The Silent Treatment Chapter 5 The War Against Terrorism Chapter 6 Appointment in Samarra Chapter 7 Re-Reporting Vietman, Part 1: The Media War Over Iraq Chapter 8 RE-Reporting Vietman, Part 2: The Media War Over the White House Chapter 9 After the Storm Chapter 10 Buying and Bombing Public Relations Chapter 11 Legacy
Recommended. CHOICE, February 2010