Courses Catalogue

Media And Conflict

COURSE CODE: MCO 3207
COURSE CREDIT UNIT: 3
ACADEMIC PROGRAMME: Bachelor of arts in mass communication
COLLEGE/SCHOOL/FACULTY: College of Humanities and Social Sciences
STATUS: Elective
PROGRAMME TYPE: Undergraduate

Required Readings

  • Blumler, J. G. &McQuail,D. (1968). Television in Politics: its uses and influence.Faber
  • Eban,A.1993. The new diplomacy.New York: Random House.
  • Eban,A. 1998. Diplomacy for the next century.NewHaven,CT: YaleUniversity Press.
  • Fortner,R. 1993. International Communication.Belmont,CA: Wadsworth.
  • Fiortner,R. Public diplomacy and international politics.NewYork: Praeger.
  • Frederick,H. 1993. Global communication and internationalrelations.Belmont,CA: Wadsworth
  • Gilboa,E.1987. American public opinion toward Israel and the Arab-Israeli conflict.Lexington,MA:Lexington Books.
  • Gilboa,E.1989. Media diplomacy: Conceptual divergence and applications. Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics,3.
  • Glasser,C., McQuail,D., Nordenstreng&White,R.(2009) Normative theories of the media: Journalism in a democratic Society. University of Illinois Press: Urbana and Chicago.
  • Gurevitch,M. 1991. The globalization of electronic journalism.In J. Curran & M. Gurevitch (eds), Mass media and society. London: Edward Arnold