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Media and Terrorism analyses the larger issues surrounding media's portrayal of terrorism. These candid conversations capture the difficulties of reporting during crisis and war, particularly the tension between government and the press. As the Information Age collides with the War on Terrorism, that challenge becomes even more critical and daunting. Bringing together fifteen classic essays by prominent scholars in a variety of fields, including history, international relations, communications, American studies, film studies, anthropology, political science, and cultural studies, terrorism, media, Liberation explores the relationship between violent political actions and the technological media that present and frame them for mass audiences. This volume complement readings in upper-level mass communications courses and will appeal to scholars of international media and terrorism.