Occupation Journalism: A Comparison Between American News Coverage of Iraq and Japan

Occupation Journalism: A Comparison Between American News Coverage of Iraq and Japan

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The occupation of Japan provides a historical analogy for comparing coverage of the contemporary occupation of Iraq. By comparing news stories from the Los Angeles Times about each occupation, the influence of New Journalism and human interest coverage in the later occupation is illustrated and its effects on the coverage examined. This paper focuses on five general story themes (new constitutions, the economy, education, security, and American public opinion) to contrast reports from each country, while also highlighting the literary and narrative elements used in each time period.The occupation of Japan provides a historical analogy for comparing coverage of the contemporary occupation of Iraq.


Title:Occupation Journalism: A Comparison Between American News Coverage of Iraq and Japan
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Publisher:ProQuest - 2009
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