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[This is a study of the perception of the Soviet Union in Western mass media during the late 1980s, when Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev led his country into a dramatic era of reform, marked most notably by “glasnost,” a policy of open public debate and freer journalistic practice. How did...
[Historical events and narratives, especially those linked to foundational myths of the communist revolution, were among the central themes of state socialist media and culture, and they assumed a particularly prominent role in the last two decades of the Cold War. As this chapter shows, the...
[This study focuses on photos of the Soviet leaders in magazines during the Cold War, addressing their normativity in representations by the mass media. That point helps to define the ideological priorities of the Soviet culture and the norms of the society from another perspective, to mark the...
[This chapter will attempt to set out the context within which iconic images have been deployed, with particular reference to photographs taken during and after the Tiananmen Square uprising in 1989. The paper will argue that there is a clear intentionality to the way in which some photographs...
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