All News Is Local: The Failure of the Media to Reflect World Events in a Globalized Age
McFarland, Incorporated, Publishers, Apr 23, 2007 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 221 pages
This book is an investigation of the 300 year old model of global journalism used by the Western news media. It argues that the framework of localization is fragile and unable to cope with the issues, events, agents and institutions of globalization that exist, and that the current model of news gathering and reporting requires rethinking.
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