7 edition of The U.S. media and Yugoslavia, 1991-1995 found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -262) and index.
|Other titles||United States media and Yugoslavia|
|Statement||James J. Sadkovich.|
|LC Classifications||DR1313.7.P73 S23 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 272 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||272|
|LC Control Number||97019233|
The Breakup of Yugoslavia occurred as a result of a series of political upheavals and conflicts during the early s. After a period of political crisis in s, constituent republics of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia split apart, but the unsolved issues caused bitter inter-ethnic Yugoslav wars primarily affected Bosnia and Croatia. Due to the convoluted nature of the of the war and the people that were involved here is a little summary of some names to know.. Yugoslavia. Ante Marković - Last prime minister of Yugoslavia.; The Yugoslav People's Army (JNA) Veljko Kadijević - Minister of Defence in the Yugoslav government from to ; Blagoje Adžić - General and Chief of the General Staff of the JNA from to.
After having stoked the civil wars and violent dismantling of Yugoslavia of , the United States — with the help of the ICTY — stoked a crisis in Kosovo which it used to force a war against Serbia, a war which enabled the U.S.-led NATO bloc to occupy Kosovo and later separate it from Serbia, and left Serbia a crushed and subservient. The wars in the former Yugoslavia could have proved even more embarrassing for NATO, the UN, and the leading western nations like the U.K., U.S., and France, had the media chosen to report it as such. Atrocities were reported in , but peacekeeping forces—which were undersupplied and given no powers—as well as a no-fly zone and an arms.
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This book is a unique contribution to both media studies and contemporary politics. It analyzes the American media's structure and its role in shaping perceptions of the crisis in the former Yugoslavia, and looks at the key issues involved, from self-determination to genocide.
Sadkovich sees the failure of the U.S. media and the West as having prolonged and even aggravated the conflict in the. This book is a unique contribution to both media studies and contemporary politics. It analyzes the American media's structure and its role in shaping perceptions of The U.S.
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Taking the post-Yugoslav region as its case study, this volume shows how success with democratisation depends on various factors, including establishing the rule of law, the consolidation of free media, and society's acceptance of ethnic, religious and sexual minorities.
James J. Sadkovich, The U.S. Media and Yugoslavia,(Praeger Publishers. Westport, Conn. ), pp. "Sadkovich has compiled a truly masterly assessment of the US media's biased and generally inept, if perhaps well-intentioned, efforts to make sense of [the unraveling of Yugoslavia].
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 23 cm. Contents: 1. The Rise and Fall of Yugoslavia: The Omen of the Upsurge of Serbian Nationalism Serbia's Political Development and Western Europe's Political Tradition Serbian Culture in Kosovo in Past and Present Times Yugoslavia in Historical Perspective The Tragedy of Yugoslavia.
This book is an outstanding account of the political, cultural, and ethnic factors behind the meltdown and genocide in Yugoslavia between If you are not familiar with the conflict, this work may be a bit dense as an s: James J. Sadkovich, The U.S. Media and Yugoslavia,(Praeger Publishers. Westport, Conn.
), pp. “Sadkovich has compiled a truly masterly assessment of the US media's biased and generally inept, if perhaps well-intentioned, efforts to make sense of [the unraveling of Yugoslavia].
The Breadline Massacre was one particular incident where the media were quick to accuse Serbs, thus prompting the U.S. to take action. This greatly disputed event occurred onwhen eighteen civilians of Sarajevo, among them a number of Serbs, who had lined up.
There was a time when media production issues were central concerns within media and communication studies. It has been argued, with some justification, that this led to something of an over-emphasis being placed on the encoding dimension of the communicative process (that is, too great a focus on communicators and the medium/media), which caused the role of decoders (recipients and audiences.
The U.S. media and Yugoslavia, / James J. Sadkovich. DR P73 S23 The tenth circle of hell: a memoir of life in the death camps of Bosnia / Rezak Hukanović ; translated from the Bosnian by Colleen London and Midhat Ridjanovic ; edited from the original by Ammiel Alcalay. Abstract.
The history of Yugoslavia holds the roots of the struggle among Bosnia’s ethnic groups to partition the territory of Bosnia-Hercegovina, the conflict that raged in Bosnia from to The war in Bosnia was triggered by power politics, by elites who manipulated deeply rooted ethnic tensions to benefit their quests for political and economic supremacy.
Moralizing about Scholarship about Yugoslavia. The U.S. Media and Yugoslavia, Article. It is a book that rode the momentum of a growing wave of research on gender and desire in. Jonathan Mermin, “Television News and American Intervention in Somalia: The Myth of a Media-Driven Foreign Policy,” Political Science Quarterly, Vol.
(Fall ), pp. –, and Debating War and Peace: Media Coverage of U.S. Intervention in the Post-Vietnam Era (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, ). CrossRef Google Scholar.Conflict & Genocide in Former Yugoslavia, (Yale) A Geographic Information Systems (GIS) project created by Yale University’s Genocide Studies Program (GSP) to serve as an interactive resource for researchers and survivors, as well as others interested in the Balkan conflicts of After having stoked the civil wars and violent dismantling of Yugoslavia ofthe United States—with the help of the ICTY—stoked a crisis in Kosovo which it used to force a war against Serbia, a war which enabled the U.S.-led NATO bloc to occupy Kosovo and later separate it from Serbia, and left Serbia a crushed and subservient state.