Mediated nationalism: Press freedom, mass media, and nationalism
Warren, T. Camber
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Research Question: How does state-sponsored censorship affect the production of nationalism through the images and narratives crafted by a nation’s mass media and in turn what are the effects on nationalism within that nation?
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