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Beschrijving

American foreign correspondence about Russia during
the 1990s focused on neo-liberal political and
economic reforms designed to Westernize the formerly
Communist state. Some stories imagined the transition
abstractly, relying on the preconceived and
ideological notions of outsiders as well as national
conceptions of Russian territory. Other stories
emphasized regional geographies and historical events
that were materially meaningful to Russians. These
remarkable differences in ontology lead to a broad
analysis of the geographic and textual underpinnings
of newspaper-journalism about Russia. This book
explores representations of Russian territory in
transition including Russian and international
conflicts over economic development and political
power. The resulting critical geopolitics lays bare
both grandiose and local geographies promulgated in
American foreign correspondence and the textual
devices that made the events in Eurasia
understandable for a general, American audience. The
analysis is informative for professionals in
international relations, media or cultural studies,
and geopolitics and also for anyone interested in how
American journalists explain foreign places.

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Auteur Eric West

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DUIN 5CRAJVELGFE

GTIN 9783836475518

Taal Engels

Pagina-aantallen 300

Product type Paperback

Gewicht van product 406 g

Russia in Transition: Coverage by American Newspapers in the 1990s

Geography, Ideology, and Emotion in the Narration of Political-Economic Change

Eric West

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