Book review of:Daya Kishan Thussu & Des Freedman (eds.). War and the Media. Reporting conflict 24/7. Londen etc. (Sage Publications) 2003, 266 p., isbn 0 7619 4313 7Barbie Zelizer & Stuart Allan (eds.). Journalism after September 11. Londen, New York (Routledge) 2002, 268 p., isbn 0 415 288002

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TMG Journal for Media History; Vol 7, No 1 (2004); 147-149

Kester, Bernadette. (2004). War and the Media - D.K. Thussu & D. Freedman (eds.) | Journalism after September 11 - B. Zelizer & S. Allan (eds.). Tijdschrift voor Mediageschiedenis, 7(1), 147–149. doi:10.18146/tmg.638