Academics who attempt more judicious accounts rarely have any professional military or media experience. A working knowledge of the operational constraints of both professions underscores Shooting the Messenger.
Author: Paul L. Moorcraft
Publisher: Potomac Books, Inc.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
As the literature on military-media relations grows, it is informed by antagonism either from journalists who report on wars or from ex-soldiers in their memoirs. Academics who attempt more judicious accounts rarely have any professional military or media experience. A working knowledge of the operational constraints of both professions underscores Shooting the Messenger. A veteran war correspondent and think tank director, Paul L. Moorcraft has served in the British Ministry of Defence, while historian-by-training Philip M. Taylor is a professor of international communications who has lectured widely to the U.S. military and at NATO institutions. Some of the topics they examine in this wide-ranging history of military-media relations are: – the interface between soldiers and civilian reporters covering conflicts – the sometimes grey area between reporters' right or need to know and the operational security constraints imposed by the military – the military's manipulation of journalists who accept it as a trade-off for safer battlefield access – the resultant gap between images of war and their reality – the evolving nature of media technology and the difficulties—and opportunities—this poses to the military – journalistic performance in reporting conflict as an observer or a participant Moorcraft and Taylor provide a bridge over which each side can pass and a path to mutual understanding.
Through detailed research and analysis, this book, which includes interviews with leading figures in the field, including Edward Snowden, explains how mass surveillance and anti-terror laws are of questionable value in defeating terrorism, ...
Author: Andrew Fowler
Category: Social Science
If the Al-Qaeda terrorists who attacked the United States in 2001 wanted to weaken the West, they achieved their mission by striking a blow at the heart of democracy. Since 9/11 governments including those of the USA, the UK, France and Australia have introduced tough, intimidating legislation to discourage the legitimate activities of a probing press, so greatly needed after the Iraq War proved that executive government could not be trusted. Often hiding behind arguments about defending national security and fighting the war on terror, governments criminalised legitimate journalistic work, ramping up their attacks on journalists’ sources, and the whistle-blowers who are so essential in keeping governments honest. Through detailed research and analysis, this book, which includes interviews with leading figures in the field, including Edward Snowden, explains how mass surveillance and anti-terror laws are of questionable value in defeating terrorism, but have had a ‘chilling effect’ on one of the foundations of democracy: revelatory journalism.
Author: Judith Levine
Category: Crime prevention
S Shooting the Messenger The government has consistently failed to accept any
responsibility for the violence and has used legal and extra - legal methods to
attack those who try to investigate its role . In previous reports ARTICLE 19 has ...
Category: Civil rights
This book provides over 2,000 Exam Prep questions and answers to accompany the text Shooting the Messenger; How the State is .
Shooting the Messenger is based on his experience with the Department. His first
book, Canada - The Fractured Nation Interviews was nominated for the Sunburst
Award for Canadian Literature of the Fantastic. Les Brost in the Calgary Herald ...
Author: Bernard Payeur
1103 Shooting the Messenger of Good News : A Critical Look at the World Bank '
s Success Story of Effective Aid by Peter Nunnenkamp April 2002 The
responsibility for the contents of the working papers rests with the author , not the
Author: Peter Nunnenkamp
The agencies have caused controversy each time they downgraded further the sovereign debt ratings of Greece, Ireland and Portugal. But the Committee says the downgrades reflect the seriousness of the problems in some Member States.
Author: Great Britain: Parliament: House of Lords: European Union Committee
Publisher: The Stationery Office
Category: Business & Economics
The EU Economic and Financial Affairs and International Trade Sub-Committee's inquiry into the credit rating agencies' influence on the EU's sovereign debt crisis concludes that their role in the 2008 banking collapse, which was rightly criticised, should not colour assessments of their decisions on EU sovereign debt. The agencies have caused controversy each time they downgraded further the sovereign debt ratings of Greece, Ireland and Portugal. But the Committee says the downgrades reflect the seriousness of the problems in some Member States. The valid charge against the ratings agencies is not that they precipitated or exacerbated the euro area crisis, but rather that they failed to identify risks in some Member States which, in some cases, had been building for many years. Recommendations include: market investors must take responsibility for their own decisions and should not follow the agencies blindly as the basis for investment decisions; EU Governments should focus on correcting the flawed market structures which give undue weight to the rating agencies' opinions; credit rating agencies must learn from their failure to identify mounting risks in some euro area Member States; the European Commission should not press forward with proposals to establish a publicly funded European credit rating agency, but should consider launching a thorough competition inquiry into the credit rating industry; proposals to give sovereigns more advance warning of rating changes are flawed.
Shooting the messenger may be a time-honored emotional response to
unwelcome news, but it is not a very effective method of remaining well informed.
The consequences of the growing canyon of distrust between the public and the
Author: Bruce W. Sanford
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
A media attorney and authority on First Amendment law argues that the public's growing disenchantment with the media could erode Americans' constitutional freedoms.
"The security of diplomats is a challenging endeavor that requires constant evaluation and increased resources.
Author: Justin M. Geinert
Category: Diplomatic and consular service, American
"The security of diplomats is a challenging endeavor that requires constant evaluation and increased resources. This thesis compares and contrasts the Cold War and Post-Cold War eras to determine trends in attacks against diplomatic targets and identifies a dangerous evolution in terrorist tactics that combines suicide bombers with armed assaulters in which none of the attackers intend to survive. The Global Terrorism Database shows the number of attacks against diplomatic targets during the last 22 years of the Cold War (1970-1991) are roughly equal to the number in the first 23 years post-Cold War (1992-2015). There is, however, an increase in the number of casualties. Because of enhanced security measures, terrorists evolved and utilized larger amounts of explosives or more complex coordinated attacks that resulted in increased fatalities. The number of terrorist attacks on U.S. diplomatic targets have decreased, but the number of fatalities increased. Bombings/explosions remain the most common tactics, but armed assaults increased greatly since the end of the Cold War and is potentially explained by the "new terrorism" theory and Robert Pape's theory on suicide terrorism."--Abstract.
In the case of a crime such as a shooting , the police also release information . In
fact , the media can be quite adept at playing off the health care facility against
the police . One well - known method used by the media to confirm rumors or ...
Author: Health Care Public Relations Association Canada
Publisher: CHA Press = Presses de l'ACS
Category: Communication in medicine
Author: Haruni Ramadhani Kondo
We investigate the role of advisers in the transmission of ethically relevant information, a critical aspect of executive decision making in organizations.
Author: Shaul Shalvi
We investigate the role of advisers in the transmission of ethically relevant information, a critical aspect of executive decision making in organizations. In our laboratory experiment, advisers are informed about the negative externalities associated with the decision-maker's choices and compete with other advisers. We find that advisers suppress about a quarter of \inconvenient" information. Suppression is not strategic, but based on the advisers' own preferences in the ethical dilemma. On the demand side, a substantial minority of decision makers avoid advisers who transmit inconvenient information (they \shoot the messenger"). Overall, by facilitating assortative matching, a competitive market for advisers efficiently caters to the demand for both information and information avoidance. Decision-makers are less likely to implement their preferred option when they are randomly matched to advisers and there is no scope for assortative matching.
This forenoon it was drawing on towards two , and Ralph was beginning to think
of luncheon , when the messenger entered and handed him a card , — “ A young
gentleman , a very young gentleman , waiting to see you , sir . I told him I felt ...
Author: Alexander Innes Shand
CHAPTER TWELVE Shooting the Messenger THEY DON ' T EXACTLY believe in
shooting the messenger in Hong Kong , but there are few scruples about putting
enough pressure on him to ensure that only one kind of message is delivered .
Author: Stephen Vines
Publisher: White Lion Publishing
Category: Political Science
On July 1st 1997, China realized its long-standing ambition of resuming sovereignty over Hong Kong. Now the Communist Chinese leadership are dealing with their most public challenge: the enormous task of taking on a society which they both covet and fear, in the aftermath of the financial turmoil which overtook Asia in the fall of 1997. Hong Kong: China's New Colony tells the inside story of how the former British colony came under Chinese rule and how supposedly Communist China is coming to terms with presiding over what has been one of the world's most vibrant capitalist societies. It shows where real power lies in the new Hong Kong and describes in detail the wheeling and dealing which accompanied the establishment of the new order. Invaluable reading for anyone interested in the Far East, but especially for those who want to do business with the world's potentially biggest market, Hong Kong: China's New Colony answers all of these questions and more in a gripping and compulsively readable account of the future of this most unlikely of marriages. Stephen Vines is one of the best-known correspondents in Hong Kong, where he has lived for more than a decade. He is the Hong Kong correspondent for the Independent, founded a groundbreaking local paper, and broadcasts regularly for the BBC and other radio stations. He is the only Western journalist in Hong Kong to have successfully started a number of businesses with the Chinese, and certainly the only one to have had the Triads threaten him in his own shop.
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Category: Organic gardening
In many instances , there seems to be an inclination by those in power to “ shoot
the messenger " , and they attempt to demerit or discredit organizations that bring
them less than favorable tidings about their own economic policies . In terms of ...
He and deceased had been discussing electric appliances just before the
shooting . Just before the first shot was fired a telegraph messenger spoke to
witness about a telegram that had that day arrived for witness . In speaking to the
Author: Texas. Court of Criminal Appeals
Category: Criminal law
23 Shooting the Messenger There are those who view exchange rates as an
important gauge which provides valuable information about current as well as
prospective policies . According to this view , manipulating the exchange rate by
Author: John Williamson
Category: Economic policy
The president of American politics does ? than any shooting . The power of the
United States delivers a fairly I maintain that since the So- argument is great . La
Follette democratic message . Immediately cialist party is supported financially ...
Category: African Americans