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  1. The following (text)books provide an ideal introduction to the issues raised in this course: 8 items
    1. War and cinema: the logistics of perception - Paul Virilio 1989

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    2. The work of art in the age of its technological reproducibility, and other writings on media - Walter Benjamin, Michael W. Jennings, Brigid Doherty, Thomas Y. Levin 2008

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    3. The media at war - Susan L. Carruthers 2011 (electronic resource)

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    4. Black code: inside the battle for cyberspace - Ronald Deibert c2013 (electronic resource)

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    5. War and media: the emergence of diffused war - Andrew Hoskins, Ben O'Loughlin 2010 (electronic resource)

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  2. The following novels and films provide good, insightful and fun additional reading/viewing that complements some of the key issues raised in this course: 9 items
    1. George Orwell's 1984 - George Orwell 2012 (electronic resource)

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    2. No place to hide: Edward Snowden, the NSA, and the U.S. surveillance state - Glenn Greenwald 2014

      Book Further

    3. Why We Fight - Roy Ackerman, Nicholas Fraser, Hans Robert Eisenhauer, Eugene Jarecki ©2006 (videorecording)

      Audio-visual document Further

    4. Returning fire: Interventions in video game culture - Wafaa Bilal, Joseph Delappe, Anne-Marie Schleiner, Roger Stahl 2016 (videorecording)

      Audio-visual document Further

    5. Citizenfour - Laura Poitras, Edward J. Snowden, Glenn Greenwald, Ewen MacAskill 2015 (videorecording)

      Audio-visual document Further

    6. Wag the dog - Barry Levinson, Larry Beinhart 2014 (videorecording)

      Audio-visual document Further

    7. Good night, and good luck - George Clooney, Grant Heslov 2007

      Audio-visual document Further

    8. Three kings - Brian Harrison-Lever 2007

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  3. Other useful books that you may want to consider reading/purchasing are: 5 items
    1. Infoglut: how too much information is changing the way we think and know - Mark Andrejevic, Ebooks Corporation 2013 (electronic resource)

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    2. The media and political process - P. Eric Louw 2005 (electronic resource)

      Book Further

    3. War 2.0: irregular warfare in the information age - Thomas Rid, Marc Hecker 2009 (electronic resource)

      Book Further

    4. Picture theory: essays on verbal and visual representation - W. J. T. Mitchell 1994

      Book Further

  4. Week 1: The Geopolitics of Cyberspace 38 items
    1. US Power and the Internet in International Relations: The Irony of the Information Age - Madeline Carr 2016 (electronic resource)

      Book Required Read Madeline Carr, Chapter 3: A (Select) Political History of the Internet, pp.45-76

    2. In Athena's camp: preparing for conflict in the information age - John Arquilla, David F. Ronfeldt, United States. Dept. of Defense. Office of the Secretary of Defense, National Defense Research Institute (U.S.) 1997 (electronic resource)

      Book Required Read John Arquilla and David Ronfeldt, Chapter 2: Cyberwar Is Coming!, pp.23-60

    3. The Listening Post

      Website Recommended watch latest episode

    4. Innerview: Ron Deibert - Roger Stahl April 25, 2015

      Audio-visual document Recommended

    5. Black code: inside the battle for cyberspace - Ronald Deibert c2013 (electronic resource)

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    6. Cybersecurity and cyberwar: what everyone needs to know - P. W. Singer, Allan Friedman, Ebooks Corporation 2014 (electronic resource)

      Book Further

    7. Infoglut: how too much information is changing the way we think and know - Mark Andrejevic, Ebooks Corporation 2013 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Read pp.1-18: Introduction: Infoglut and clutter cutting

    8. LikeWar: The Weaponization of Social Media - P. W. Singer, Emerson T. Brooking 2018

      Book Further Read Chapter 2: Every wire a nerve, pp.24-52 and Chapter 5: The unreality machine, pp.83-147. High Use copy held in the Central Library.

    9. Global politics: a new introduction - Jenny Edkins, Maja Zehfuss 2014 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Read Chapter 8: How do we find out what's going on in the world?

    10. Cinematic geopolitics - Michael J. Shapiro 2009

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    11. War and the media: a random searchlight - Miles Hudson, John Stanier ©1998

      Book Further

    12. Literature, media, information systems: essays - Friedrich A. Kittler, John Johnston 2013, © 1997

      Book Further

    13. Global journalism: topical issues and media systems - A. S. De Beer, John Calhoun Merrill c2009

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    14. The looming tower: Al-Qaeda and the road to 9/11 - Lawrence Wright 2006

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    15. Multitude: war and democracy in the Age of Empire - Michael Hardt, Antonio Negri 2004

      Book Further

    16. Democracy and new media - Henry Jenkins, David Thorburn, Brad Seawell ©2003 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Read pp.33-48: Which technology and which Democracy and pp.1-20:Introduction: The digital revolution, the informed citizen, and the culture of democracy

    17. Reporting war: journalism in wartime - Stuart Allan, Barbie Zelizer 2004

      Book Further Read pp.25-42: Understanding: The Second Casualty

    18. Democracy and new media - Henry Jenkins, David Thorburn, Brad Seawell ©2003 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Read Chapter 1: Introduction: The Digital Revolution, the Informed Citizen, and the Culture of Democracy

    19. Digital disconnect: how capitalism is turning the Internet against democracy - R. W. McChesney, Ebooks Corporation 2013 (electronic resource)

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    20. Media images of war - Michael Griffin 04/2010

      Article Further

    21. Camera War, Again - Sharon Sliwinski 04/2006

      Article Further

    22. Introduction: Communicating War - Ekaterina Balabanova, Katy Parry 02/2014

      Article Further

    23. Introduction: art, politics, purpose - Alex Danchev, Debbie Lisle 10/2009

      Article Further

    24. Virtuous War/Virtual Theory - James Der Derian 10/2000

      Article Further

    25. How Facebook Is Destroying History - A Survey Of August 21st - Brown Moses Friday, 7 February 2014

      Article Further

    26. Critical approaches to security: an introduction to theories and methods - Laura J. Shepherd 2013 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Read pp.223-235: Visual analysis

  5. Week 2: The Transformation of InfoTech and Media and its relationship with War 51 items
    1. Disruptive power: the crisis of the state in the digital age - Taylor Owen 2016 (electronic resource)

      Book Required Read Chapter 1: Losing Control & Chapter 2: Disruptive Power, pp.1-47

    2. War 2.0: irregular warfare in the information age - Thomas Rid, Marc Hecker 2009 (electronic resource)

      Book Required Read Introduction, pp.1-12

    3. War and media: the emergence of diffused war - Andrew Hoskins, Ben O'Loughlin 2010 (electronic resource)

      Book Required Read Chapter 1: Introduction, pp.1-19 and Chapter 10: Methods, pp.185-192

    4. The Listening Post

      Website Recommended watch latest episode

    5. Media Watch : ABC iview - Paul Barry

      Website Recommended watch latest episode

    6. Innerview: Paul Sparrow - vision March 10, 2013

      Audio-visual document Recommended

    7. Understanding media: the extensions of man - Marshall McLuhan 2013 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended Read Chapter 1: Medium is the message

    8. Parchment, printing, and hypermedia: communication in world order transformation - Ronald J. Deibert c1997

      Book Recommended

    9. War and cinema: the logistics of perception - Paul Virilio, Patrick Camiller 1989

      Book Further Read pp.15-39: The camera isn't I see, it's I fly and pp.59-65: The imposture of immediacy. High Use copy held in Central Library.

    10. Critical security studies: an introduction - Columba Peoples, Nick Vaughan-Williams 2015 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Read pp.184-201: Technology and warfare in the Information age

    11. Desert screen: war at the speed of light - Paul Virilio 2002

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    12. Virilio and the media - John Armitage, Ebooks Corporation 2012 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Read Chapters 2: Cinema and war and the logistics of perception and Chapter 3: New Media. pp.47-94

    13. Literature, media, information systems: essays - Friedrich A. Kittler, John Johnston 2013, © 1997

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    14. The Gulf War did not happen: politics, culture, and warfare post-Vietnam - Jeffrey Walsh 1995

      Book Further

    15. Travels in hyper reality: essays - Umberto Eco 1990

      Book Further

    16. Convergence Culture: Where Old and New Media Collide - Henry Jenkins 2006 (electronic resource)

      Book Further

    17. Reporting war: journalism in wartime - Stuart Allan, Barbie Zelizer 2004

      Book Further Read pp.347-365: The culture of Distance: Online reporting of the Iraq war and pp. 3-21: Rules of engagement: Journalism and war and pp.25-42: Understanding: the Second Casualty

    18. Why is Israel tweeting airstrikes? - Max Fisher 16 November 2012

      Article Further

    19. Small Change - Malcolm Gladwell Oct 4, 2010

      Article Further

    20. The Tweets of War - Emily Greenhouse November 19, 2012

      Article Further

    21. Baked in and Wired: eDiplomacy @ State - Fergus Hanson October 25 2012

      Webpage Further

    22. The ‘Kids’ behind IDF’s Media - Allison Hoffman November 20 2012

      Article Further

    23. Democracy and new media - Henry Jenkins, David Thorburn, Brad Seawell ©2003 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Read: pp.1-20:Introduction: The digital revolution, the informed citizen, and the culture of democracy and pp.33-48: Which technology and which democracy

    24. Targets of opportunity: on the militarization of thinking - Samuel Weber 2005 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Read: Chapter 5: Networks, Netwar, and Narratives

    25. The Museum of Accidents - Paul Virilio 2003

      Document Further

    26. Human rights in the War on Terror - Richard Wilson 2005 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Read Peter Galison, Chapter 13: Our privacy, ourselves in an Age of Technological Intrusions, pp.258-294

    27. The blog of war: front-line dispatches from soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan - Matthew Currier Burden 2006

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    28. Holding the line - Ric Cole 03/2014

      Article Further

    29. Theorizing Web 2.0 - Felicia Wu Song 03/2010

      Article Further

  6. Week 3: Visual Politics and Conflict 45 items
    1. War and media: the emergence of diffused war - Andrew Hoskins, Ben O'Loughlin 2010 (electronic resource)

      Book Required Read Chapter 2: Images, pp.20-36

    2. Visual methodologies: an introduction to researching with visual materials - Gillian Rose 2016

      Book Required Read Chapter 8: Discourse Analysis I: Text, Intertextuality And Context, pp.186-219 & Chapter 9: Discourse Analysis II: Institutions And Ways Of Seeing, pp.220-252. High Use copy held in the Central Library.

    3. The Listening Post

      Website Recommended watch latest episode

    4. Through Hyper-Tinted Spectacles - Stephanie Boyle August 13, 2013

      Article Recommended

    5. Mali’s War, Unseen - Thomas R. Lansner March 22, 2013

      Article Recommended

    6. Visual global politics - Roland Bleiker 2018 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Read pp.99-193: Digital new media

    7. War and media: the emergence of diffused war - Andrew Hoskins, Ben O'Loughlin 2010 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Read Chapter 3: Compassion, pp.37-60 and Chapter 10: Methods, pp.185-192

    8. Understanding the visual - Tony Schirato, Jennifer Webb 2004

      Book Further

    9. My Father's Suitcase - Orhan Pamuk, Maureen Freely 2007

      Article Further

    10. Media images of war - Michael Griffin 04/2010

      Article Further

    11. Camera War, Again - Sharon Sliwinski 04/2006

      Article Further

    12. The primes of our times? - David Domke, David Perlmutter, Meg Spratt 08/2002

      Article Further

    13. Visual thinking - Rudolf Arnheim 1969

      Book Further

    14. The civil contract of photography - Ariella Azoulay 2008

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    15. Image, music, text - Roland Barthes, Stephen Heath 1988

      Book Further

    16. About looking - John Berger 2015

      Book Further

    17. Aesthetics and World Politics - Roland Bleiker 2009 (electronic resource)

      Book Further

    18. On art and war and terror - Alex Danchev ©2009 (electronic resource)

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    19. No caption needed: iconic photographs, public culture, and liberal democracy - Robert Hariman, John Louis Lucaites 2011

      Book Further

    20. Between the eyes: essays on photography and politics - David Levi Strauss 2005

      Book Further

    21. The cruel radiance: photography and political violence - Susie Linfield 2010 (electronic resource)

      Book Further

    22. Iconology: image, text, ideology - W. J. T. Mitchell 1987

      Book Further

    23. Picture theory: essays on verbal and visual representation - W. J. T. Mitchell 1994

      Book Further

    24. Compassion fatigue: how the media sell disease, famine, war, and death - Susan D. Moeller, Ebooks Corporation 1999 (electronic resource)

      Book Further

    25. Photojournalism and foreign policy: icons of outrage in international crises - David D. Perlmutter 1998

      Book Further

    26. Human rights in camera - Sharon Sliwinski 2011

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    27. On Photography - Susan Sontag 1982

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    28. 'I am an American' : filming the fear of difference - Cynthia Weber 2014 (electronic resource)

      Book Further

    29. About to die: how news images move the public - Barbie Zelizer 2010 (electronic resource)

      Book Further

    30. Regarding the pain of others - Susan Sontag 2004

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  7. Week 6: Surveillance and Sousveillance 45 items
    1. No place to hide: Edward Snowden, the NSA, and the U.S. surveillance state - Glenn Greenwald 2014

      Book Required Read pages 1-6: 'Introduction' and Chapter 4: The harm of surveillance, pp.170-209

    2. Chapter 3: Collect It All - Glenn Greenwald 2014

      Chapter Required

    3. Sousveilling the ‘Global War on Terror’ - Roger Stahl, Sebastian Kaempf 04/07/2019

      Article Required

    4. Discipline and punish: the birth of the prison - Michel Foucault 1979, c1977 (electronic resource)

      Book Required Read Panopticism, pp.195-228

    5. Infoglut: how too much information is changing the way we think and know - Mark Andrejevic, Ebooks Corporation 2013 (electronic resource)

      Book Required Read Chapter 2: Intelligence Glut: Policing, Security, and Predictive Analytics and Chapter 1: Introduction

    6. The Listening Post

      Website Recommended watch latest episode

    7. Interview: Mark Andrejevic - Roger Stahl October 23, 2013

      Audio-visual document Recommended

    8. Interview: Ron Deibert - Roger Stahl April 25, 2015

      Audio-visual document Recommended

    9. Interview: Nick Mottern of Knowdrones - Roger Stahl November 1, 2012

      Audio-visual document Recommended

    10. Cyber war: the next threat to national security and what to do about it - Richard A. Clarke, Robert K. Knake 2012, ©2010

      Book Further

    11. Black code: inside the battle for cyberspace - Ronald Deibert c2013 (electronic resource)

      Book Further

    12. Big Data Surveillance: Introduction - Mark Andrejevic, Kelly Gates 2014

      Article Further

    13. Cybersecurity and cyberwar: what everyone needs to know - P. W. Singer, Allan Friedman, Ebooks Corporation 2014 (electronic resource)

      Book Further

    14. The Snowden files: the inside story of the world's most wanted man - Luke Harding 2014

      Book Further

    15. Peace, war, and computers - Chris Hables Gray, ProQuest (Firm) 2005 (electronic resource)

      Book Further

    16. War and media: the emergence of diffused war - Andrew Hoskins, Ben O'Loughlin 2010 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Read Chapter 7: Vectors, pp.120-144 and Chapter 9: Legitimacy, pp.162-184

    17. The Snowden wasteland - Calum MacLeod 07/2014

      Article Further

    18. Pages 279-298: Data Mining: A primer - Adam Isles 2012

      Chapter Further For online access to this resource, see this same reference in Week 6

    19. Human rights in the War on Terror - Richard Wilson 2005 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Read Peter Galison, Chapter 13: Our privacy, ourselves in an Age of Technological Intrusions, pp.258-294

    20. Chapter 4: The data question: Third-Party information - Greg Nojeim, Orin Kerr 2012

      Chapter Further For online access to this chapter, see this same reference in Week 7

    21. Rethinking Surveillance - Kenneth Sue Halpern Anastasia Edel Todd Gitlin Aaron Peck Lucy Scholes Darryl Pinckney Michael Tomasky Christopher de Bellaigue James Buchan Helen Epstein Roth 2 July 2013

      Article Further

    22. Arming the country for cyber attack - Hugh White 13 September 2011

      Article Further

    23. Cyberspace as a medium for terrorists - Seymour E. Goodman, Jessica C. Kirk, Megan H. Kirk 2007-2

      Article Further

    24. Cryptonomicon - Neal Stephenson 2000, c1999

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    25. Cryptonomicon - Neal Stephenson 2000, c1999

      Book Further

    26. Ctrl (space): rhetorics of surveillance from Bentham to Big Brother - Thomas Y. Levin, Ursula Frohne, Peter Weibel, Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie Karlsruhe c2002

      Book Further

    27. Terror on the Internet: the new arena, the new challenges - Gabriel Weimann 2006

      Book Further

    28. Philosophy in a time of terror: dialogues with Jürgen Habermas and Jacques Derrida - Jurgen Habermas, Jacques Derrida, Giovanna Borradori 2003

      Book Further Read pages 85-136: Autoimmunity: Real and symbolic suicides: a dialogue with Jacues Derrida. High Use copy held in Central Library.

  8. Week 7: Surveillance II: Free speech, democracy and surveillance after 9/11 21 items
    1. Free speech after 9/11 - Katharine Gelber 2016 (electronic resource)

      Book Required Read Chapter 1: Reconstructing Freedom of Speech, pp.1-6; Chapter 7: Chilling Speech, pp.124-149, & Chapter 8: The New Normal, pp.150-157

    2. Human rights in the War on Terror - Richard Wilson 2005 (electronic resource)

      Book Required Read Peter Galison, Chapter 13: Our privacy, ourselves in an Age of Technological Intrusions, pp.258-294

    3. Rethinking Surveillance - Kenneth Sue Halpern Anastasia Edel Todd Gitlin Aaron Peck Lucy Scholes Darryl Pinckney Michael Tomasky Christopher de Bellaigue James Buchan Helen Epstein Roth 2 July 2013

      Article Required

    4. Citizenfour - Laura Poitras, Edward J. Snowden, Glenn Greenwald, Ewen MacAskill 2015 (videorecording)

      Audio-visual document Recommended

    5. The Listening Post

      Website Recommended watch latest episode

    6. Free speech after 9/11 - Katharine Gelber 2016 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended

    7. Black code: inside the battle for cyberspace - Ronald Deibert c2013 (electronic resource)

      Book Further

    8. No place to hide: Edward Snowden, the NSA, and the U.S. surveillance state - Glenn Greenwald 2014

      Book Further

    9. Infoglut: how too much information is changing the way we think and know - Mark Andrejevic, Ebooks Corporation 2013 (electronic resource)

      Book Further

    10. National security law in the news - Timothy J. McNulty, Paul Rosenzweig, Ellen Shearer 2012

      Book Further Read pages 279-298: Data Mining: a primer

    11. Terror on the Internet: the new arena, the new challenges - Gabriel Weimann 2006

      Book Further

    12. Aesthetics and World Politics - Roland Bleiker 2009 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Read pp. 48-66: Art after 9/11

  9. Week 9: Empires, States and the Control of Media at times of War 56 items
    1. The media at war - Susan L. Carruthers 2011 (electronic resource)

      Book Required Read Chapter 3: Television Wars: Vietnam and After, pp.96-141 and Chapter 6: War in the Digital Age: Afghanistan and Iraq, pp.209-252

    2. War 2.0: irregular warfare in the information age - Thomas Rid, Marc Hecker 2009 (electronic resource)

      Book Required Read Chapter 1: Wired at War, pp.13-34 and Chapter 2: War 1.0, pp.35-52

    3. Virtuous war: mapping the military-industrial-media-entertainment network - James Der Derian 2009 (electronic resource)

      Book Required Read Chapter 6: Virtuous war comes home pp.123-150

    4. Militainment, Inc: war, media, and popular culture - Roger Stahl 2010 (electronic resource)

      Book Required Read Chapter 1: All-Consuming War: From Spectacle to Interactivity, pp 20-48 and Chapter 3: Reality War, pp 73-90

    5. The Listening Post

      Website Recommended watch latest episode

    6. Zoriah the Embed - Roger Stahl 2013

      Article Recommended

    7. War 2.0: irregular warfare in the information age - Thomas Rid, Marc Hecker 2009 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Read Chapter 1: Wired at War; Chapter 2: War 1.0; Chapter 3: United States; Chapter 4: The United Kingdom and Chapter 5: Israel

    8. Virilio and the media - John Armitage, Ebooks Corporation 2012 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Read Chapter 1: The Aesthetics of disappearance; Chapter 2: Cinema, war and the logistics of perception and Chapter 3: New Media

    9. The media and political process - P. Eric Louw 2005 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Read pp.141-165

    10. War and media: the emergence of diffused war - Andrew Hoskins, Ben O'Loughlin 2010 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Read Chapter 9: Legitimacy, pp.162-184

    11. Regarding the pain of others - Susan Sontag 2004

      Book Further

    12. The media at war - Susan L. Carruthers 2011 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Read Chapter 2: Total War, pp.44-95

    13. Postmodern war: the new politics of conflict - Chris Hables Gray 1997

      Book Further Read pp.19-92.

    14. Pages 161-218: Virtual war - Michael Ignatieff 2000

      Chapter Further

    15. Desert screen: war at the speed of light - Paul Virilio 2002

      Book Further

    16. A century of media, a century of war - Robin Andersen 2006

      Book Further

    17. Feet to the fire: the media after 9/11 : top journalists speak out - Kristina Börjesson 2005

      Book Further

    18. Media, war and postmodernity - Phil Hammond 2007

      Book Further

    19. War and the media: a random searchlight - Miles Hudson, John Stanier 1998

      Book Further

    20. Witnessing - John Durham Peters 11/2001

      Article Further

    21. Reporting war: journalism in wartime - Stuart Allan, Barbie Zelizer 2004

      Book Further Read pages 3-21: Rules of engagement: Journalism and war; pp. 25-42: Understanding: the second casualty and pp.347-365: The culture of distance: online reporting of the Iraq war

    22. Democracy and new media - Henry Jenkins, David Thorburn, Brad Seawell 2003 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Read Chapter 3: Which technology and which democracy?

    23. The Tweets of War - Emily Greenhouse Nov 19, 2012

      Article Further

    24. Baked in and Wired: eDiplomacy @ State - Fergus Hanson October 25, 2012

      Website Further

    25. The 'Kids' behind IDF's media - Allison Hoffman November 20, 2012

      Article Further

    26. On the acturial gaze - Allen Feldman 03/2005

      Article Further

    27. Death in Wartime - Barbie Zelizer 07/2005

      Article Further

    28. Camera War, Again - Sharon Sliwinski 04/2006

      Article Further

    29. US Soldiers Imaging the Iraq War on YouTube - Kari Andén-Papadopoulos 15/01/2009

      Article Further

    30. The blog of war: front-line dispatches from soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan - Matthew Currier Burden 2006

      Book Further

    31. Virtuous War/Virtual Theory - James Der Derian 10/2000

      Article Further

  10. Week 10: The Military-Industrial-Media-Entertainment Network 32 items
    1. Virtuous war: mapping the military-industrial-media-entertainment network - James Der Derian 2009 (electronic resource)

      Book Required Read Chapter 7: Virtuous war goes to Hollywood, pp.151-176

    2. Militainment, Inc: war, media, and popular culture - Roger Stahl 2010 (electronic resource)

      Book Required Read Chapter 4: War Games, pp.91-112

    3. The Listening Post

      Website Recommended watch latest episode

    4. The Army Experience Center - Roger Stahl 2015

      Article Recommended

    5. Theatres of War - Peter Mantello 2013

      Article Recommended

    6. Reel power: Hollywood cinema and American supremacy - Matthew Alford 2010 (electronic resource)

      Book Further

    7. Gamer Theory - McKenzie Wark 2007 (electronic resource)

      Book Further

    8. War and media: the emergence of diffused war - Andrew Hoskins, Ben O'Loughlin 2010 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Read Chapter 7: Vectors, pp.120-144

    9. Critical practices in international theory: selected essays - James Der Derian ©2009

      Book Further Read Chapter 7: Cyberwar, video games, and the Gulf War syndrome and Chapter 16: Virtuous war and Hollywood: The Pentagon wants what Hollywood's got

    10. Cinematic geopolitics - Michael J. Shapiro 2009

      Book Further

    11. Gaming: essays on algorithmic culture - Alexander R. Galloway, ProQuest (Firm) 2006 (electronic resource)

      Book Further

    12. The Military-Industrial Complex - Charles J. Dunlap, Jr 2011

      Article Further

    13. Restructuring the U.S. Defense Industry - Eugene Gholz, Harvey M. Sapolsky 01/2000

      Article Further

  11. Week 11: The Military-Industrial-Media-Entertainment Network 2 items
    1. The Listening Post

      Website Recommended watch latest episode

    2. Returning Fire - Roger Stahl March 20, 2013

      Article Recommended

  12. Week 12: Non-State Armed Groups Media: From Hezbollah via al-Qaeda to the ‘Islamic State’ 31 items
    1. War and media: the emergence of diffused war - Andrew Hoskins, Ben O'Loughlin 2010 (electronic resource)

      Book Required Read Chapter 8: Radicalization, pp.145-161

    2. War 2.0: irregular warfare in the information age - Thomas Rid, Marc Hecker 2009 (electronic resource)

      Book Required Read Chapter 7: Hezbollah, pp.141-206

    3. Soft War: The Ethics of Unarmed Conflict 2017 (electronic resource)

      Book Required Read Sebastian Kaempf, Chapter 7: The Ethics of soft war on today’s mediatized battlespaces, pp.104-118

    4. The Listening Post

      Website Recommended watch latest episode

    5. Social Media = Revolution? - Eric Louw April 9, 2013

      Article Recommended

    6. Interview: Chris Hables Gray - Roger Stahl May 16, 2013

      Article Recommended

    7. Partnering in Peace, Documenting Occupation - Jon Simons February 15, 2014

      Article Recommended

    8. LikeWar: The Weaponization of Social Media - P. W. Singer, Emerson T. Brooking 2018

      Book Further Read Chapter 1: The war begins, pp.1-23. See also later chapter that directly look at ISIS. High Use copy held in the Central Library.

    9. Postmodern war: the new politics of conflict - Chris Hables Gray 1997

      Book Further Read pp.1-18.: Real Cyberwar

    10. War and media: the emergence of diffused war - Andrew Hoskins, Ben O'Loughlin 2010 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Read Chapter 9: Legitimacy, pp.162-184

    11. The media and political process - P. Eric Louw 2005 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Read pp.166-177

    12. Virilio and the media - John Armitage, Ebooks Corporation 2012 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Read pp.71-94

    13. War 2.0: irregular warfare in the information age - Thomas Rid, Marc Hecker 2009 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Read Chapter 7: Hezbollah, pp.141-162; Chapter 8: Taliban, pp.163-184; and Chapter 9: Al-Qaeda, pp.185-206

    14. The media at war - Susan L. Carruthers 2011 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Read Chapter 5: Wars on Terror, pp.175-208

    15. Syria’s citizen journalists - Mohammed Sergie January 1, 2013

      Article Further

    16. The Daily We - Cass R. Sunstein June 1, 2001

      Article Further

    17. Why societies need dissent - Cass R. Sunstein 2003

      Book Further

    18. Terror on the Internet: the new arena, the new challenges - Gabriel Weimann 2006

      Book Further

    19. Inside WikiLeaks: my time with Julian Assange at the world's most dangerous website - Daniel Domscheit-Berg, Tina Klopp, Jefferson S. Chase 2011 (electronic resource)

      Book Further

    20. War isn't hell, it's entertainment: essays on visual media and the representation of conflict - Rikke Schubart 2009

      Book Further Read pages 44-60: The camera at war: When soldiers become war photographers

  13. Week 13: Non-State Armed Groups and Media 1 item
    1. The Listening Post

      Website Recommended watch latest episode

  14. Past Central Exam Papers 1 item
    1. Past Central Exam Papers

      Webpage  Follow the link and search for past exam papers by course code.