9780750920285

Propaganda : Political Rhetoric and Identity, 1300-2000

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  • ISBN13:

    9780750920285

  • ISBN10:

    0750920289

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 1999-07-01
  • Publisher: Sutton Pub Ltd
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Summary

Outstanding scholars explore the concepts of propaganda and political rhetoric from the court festivals of the 14th century to the use of propaganda in intelligence and counterintelligence warfare and psychological operations in the present era of CNN televised warfare.

Author Biography

Bertrand Taithe is currently a lecturer in modern French and British history at the University of Huddersfield.

Table of Contents

Editors and Series Editors vii
List of Contributors
ix
Acknowledgements xiii
Propaganda: A Misnomer of Rhetoric and Persuasion?
1(26)
Bertrand Taithe
Tim Thornton
PART ONE: STATE BUILDING AND PROPAGANDA
Visual Propaganda in England in the Later Middle Ages
27(14)
Sarah Gaunt
Propaganda, Political Communication and the Problem of English Responses to the Introduction of Printing
41(20)
Tim Thornton
Themes of Power and Identity in the Court Festivals of Ducal Lorraine, 1563-1624
61(18)
Kate Currey
PART TWO: THE AGE OF REVOLUTIONS: FROM DYNASTIES TO IDEOLOGIES
The Search for Northern Allies: Stuart and Cromwellian Propagandists and Protagonists in Scandinavia, 1649-60
79(18)
Steve Murdoch
Superstition, Enthusiasm and Propagandism: Burke and Gentz on the Nature of the French Revolution
97(18)
Laszlo Kontler
Forging `New Frenchmen': State Propaganda in the Rhineland, 1794-1814
115(16)
Michael Rowe
Selling Bonapartism or Simply Selling Copies? The Napoleonic Legend and Popular Almanacs
131(20)
Geoff Watkins
PART THREE: GENDERING AND EMBODYING PROPAGANDA
Flora Tristan's Socialist Propaganda in Provincial France, 1843-1844: The Relationship Between Propaganda, Identity and Political Rhetoric in Flora Tristan's Campaign for a Workers' Union
151(16)
Maire F. Cross
Propagandising as Socialist Women: The Case of the Women's Columns in British Socialist Newspapers, 1884-1914
167(16)
Karen Hunt
June Hannam
VD Propaganda, Sexual Hygiene and the State in Interwar Scotland
183(20)
Roger Davidson
PART FOUR: WAR AND PROPAGANDA
Rhetoric, Propaganda and Memory: Framing the Franco-Prussian War
203(20)
Bertrand Taithe
The Irish Recruiting and Anti-Recruiting Campaigns, 1914-1918
223(16)
Tim Bowman
Between Ourselves: The Letter as Propaganda
239(26)
Margaretta Jolly
PART FIVE: INTERWAR AND IDEOLOGY
Projecting an Image of a Great Nation on the World Screen Through Football: British Cultural Propaganda Between the Wars
265(20)
Peter J. Beck
The Novel as Propaganda: Revisiting the Debate
285(22)
Graham Barnfield
PART SIX: THE AGE OF COMMUNICATION AND PERSUASION
Projecting Jackie: Kennedy Administration Film Propaganda Overseas in Leo Seltzer's Invitation to India, Invitation to Pakistan and Jacqueline Kennedy's Asian Journey (1962)
307(20)
Nicholas J. Cull
Third Wave Info-Propaganda: Psychological Operations in the Post-Cold War Era
327(16)
Philip Taylor
Bibliographical Essay
343(6)
Bertrand Taithe
Tim Thornton
Index 349

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