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Diplomatic Signalling in the Television Age

Jönsson, Christer LU (1996) In Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics 1(3). p.24-40
Abstract
To what extent does television interfere with and complicate diplomatic signaling via other channels? Conversely, to what extent can world leaders and diplomats use television to their advantage? Exploring these questions, this article focuses on the combination of communication speed and excitable public opinion, on the one hand, and the metaphorical and symbolic aspects of the medium, on the other.
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SAGE Publications
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1531-328X
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