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Mini-Symposium: The Media & Iraq

Time: 3:30 - 5:00 Monday, April 11
Place: Communications 126

The Center for Communication and Civic Engagement is pleased to invite you to a mini-symposium on The Media & Iraq featuring:

David Altheide, Arizona State University
"The Mass Media, Terrorism, and the Politics of Fear"

David Domke, UW
"Following the Leader: How the Bush Administration Has Controlled Public Imagery and Discourse on the War, and Why the Media Follow"

Lance Bennett, UW
"None Dare Call It Torture: Abu Ghraib, the Photos, and Press-Government Dependence"

Susan Jeffords, UW
"Beyond the News: Films from the Iraq Wars"

Come and participate in the discussion!