The impact of 9/11 on the media, arts, and entertainment : the day that changed everything? / edited by Matthew J. Morgan ; with a foreword by Rory Stewart.

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Other Authors: Morgan, Matthew J.
Format: Book
Published: New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2009.
Edition:1st ed.
Table of Contents:
  • New narratives and the media. Aggressive action : in search of a dominant narrative / Melvin J. Dubnick et al. ; The 9/11 attacks and the social construction of a national narrative / Richard Jackson ; The battle of narratives : the real central front against Al Qaeda / P.J. Crowley ; Islamic terrorism : the red menace of the twenty-first century / Krista E. Wiegand ; Escape from 9/11 : back to the future of the mass society / James F. Tracy ; The resurgence of U.S. public diplomacy after 9/11 / Nancy Snow ; Leaving the cave : government, culture, and the information age / Simon Moore and Donald Bobiash ; A distracted media : sidetracked and hoodwinked / Lisa Finnegan
  • The arts and entertainment. Reading Afghanistan post-9/11 / Sophia A. McClennen ; 9/11 in the novel / Kristiaan Versluys ; Poetry, a new voice for dissent / Marguerite G. Bouvard ; "All language bankrupt" : on the poetics of solidarity / Marcy Jane-Knopf Newman ; Libraries, archives, and the pursuit of access / Rebecca J. Knuth and Michele V. Cloonan ; Hollywood 9/11 : time of crisis / Thomas Pollard ; Screaming her way into the hearts of audiences : Dakota Fanning as post-9/11 child star / Kathy Merlock Jackson ; Sporting spectacle and the post-9/11 patriarchal body politic / Michael L. Silk and Mark Falcous ; NASCAR's role post-9/11 : supporting all things American / Paul Haridakis and Lawrence Hugenberg.