Module 2: Unit 8: Issues in the History of Mass Communication 1970 2005Module 2: Unit 8: Issues in the History of Mass Communication 1970 2005
Department of Media & Communication Attenborough Building University of Leicester University Road Leicester, le1 7RH
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The Sins of Our Fathers By: Emily Frazer Senior SeminarThe Sins of Our Fathers By: Emily Frazer Senior Seminar
West Germany and of the unified Germany will be followed by the dissection of Germany’s national pride. By understanding these facets of the German life since 1945 we will come to a better supposition of the impact that stigmatization has had and continues to have
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The Cold War, 1945-1990 2-5 cha Super-powersThe Cold War, 1945-1990 2-5 cha Super-powers
World War II, Europe was in ruins. The two victorious nations stood above the others and were seen as superpowers: the Soviet Union and the United States. The superpowers represented opposing forms of government and competing ideas for the
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The Cold War The United States of America and Russia were allies in wwii. They were a part of the allied powersThe Cold War The United States of America and Russia were allies in wwii. They were a part of the allied powers
The eventual collapse of the Soviet Union economy in 1991 led to the break-up of the Soviet Union into many smaller countries that still exist today. The information and links in the following pages will help you learn more about this
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Professor Nicholas BurnsProfessor Nicholas Burns
How is diplomacy conducted at the highest levels? How can a country use negotiations and the combination of diplomacy and the threat of force effectively?
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Issues –9 Bob & Geri BoydIssues –9 Bob & Geri Boyd
When the righteous are in authority, the people rejoice; but when a wicked man rules, the people groan. Pr 29: 2
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Process, not Factors: an Alternative Account of the End of the Cold War IntroductionProcess, not Factors: an Alternative Account of the End of the Cold War Introduction
Together (a) and (b) lead to a situation in which the dominant approaches in the discipline are unable to provide a unified account of the events which led to the end of the Cold War
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The Cold War, 1970-1991 DétenteThe Cold War, 1970-1991 Détente
Meanwhile, the usa was in a period of ‘stagflation’ (rising prices and economic recession), and was losing the Vietnam War. In 1969, Nixon announced the ‘Nixon Doctrine’ – that the usa would maintain a nuclear ‘shield’
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2 Economic problems in the Communist bloc brought about the end of the Cold War. Discuss2 Economic problems in the Communist bloc brought about the end of the Cold War. Discuss
Economic problems in the Communist bloc brought about the end of the Cold War. Discuss
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Perestroika, Glasnost, and the End of the Cold War gh2/Napp Do NowPerestroika, Glasnost, and the End of the Cold War gh2/Napp Do Now
Soviet economy more efficient. Citizens gained the right to set up their own businesses. Heads of large factories were told to make their plants profitable. Another reform, glasnost (openness)
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Witness history 140 audio berlin Is Walled InWitness history 140 audio berlin Is Walled In
On August 13, 1961, the first morning after the Berlin Wall was built, thousands of East Berliners arrived at the main border crossing hoping to travel to West Berlin. Transportation Police, or Trapos
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Mikhail Gorbachev was the first president of the Soviet Union, serving from 1990 to 1991Mikhail Gorbachev was the first president of the Soviet Union, serving from 1990 to 1991
By providing more freedom and democracy to Soviets, he strove toward “glasnost” and “perestroika,” openness and restructure. He worked toward establishing a market economy that was more socially oriented
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The Last African Colony Table of Contents Introduction (p. 1)The Last African Colony Table of Contents Introduction (p. 1)
This paper will explore the histories of the two regions separately and together, and then explore the economic ties of the present to show why independence is proving so difficult for Western Sahara
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A history of the 20th Century Through Feature FilmsA history of the 20th Century Through Feature Films
This list is designed to give some ideas of feature films that could be used to help enrich student understanding of 20
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Paper 1, Section A: International Relations, 1919-89Paper 1, Section A: International Relations, 1919-89
There are eight to choose from, but you will only have covered perhaps four of the topics on the paper
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