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Censored 2016

media freedom on the line : the top censored stories and media analysis of 2014-15

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        LC Classifications2015
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 55 p. :
        Number of Pages77
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        ISBN 10160980645X
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        Foreword : Censorship, its causes and cures / by Nicholas Johnson Introduction / by Mickey Huff and Andy Lee Roth Chapter 1: The top Censored stories and media analysis of 2014-15 / compiled and edited by Andy Lee Roth 1. Half of global wealth owned by the 1 percent 2. Oil industry illiegally dumps fracking wastewater 3. 89 percent of Pakastini drone victims not identifiable as militants 4. Popular resistance to corporate water grabbing 5. Fukushima nuclear disaster deepens 6. Methane and arctic warmings global impacts 7. Fear of government spying is chilling writers freedom of expression 8. Who dies at the hands of U.S. police and how often 9. Millioins in poverty get less media coverage than billionaires do 10. Costa Rica setting the standard on renewable energy 11. Pesticide manufacturers spend millions on PR response to declining bee populations 12. Seeds of doubt: USDA ignores popular critiques of new pesticide-resistant genetically modified crops 13. Pentagon and NATO encircle Russia and China 14. Global forced displacement tops fifty million 15. Big Sugar borrowing tactics from Big Tobacco 16. US military sexual assault of Colombian children 17. Media whitewash Senates CIA torture report 18. ICREACH: the NSAs secret search engine 19. Most comprehensive assessment yet warns against geoengineering risks 20. FBI seeks backdoors in new communications technology 21. The new Amazon of the north: Canadian deforestation 22. Global killing of environmentalists rises drastically 23. Unoriocessed rape kits 24. NSAs AUROGAGOLD program hacks cell phones around world 25. Greenlands meltwater contributes to rising sea levels Chapter 2: Deja vu : what happened to previous Censored stories? / by Susan Rahman ; with research and writing from College of Marin students Nathan Bowman [and 18 others] ; with further research assistance by Diablo Valley College students Darian Edelman and Ellie Kim Chapter 3: A vast wasteland : the ongoing reign of junk food news and news abuse / by Nolan Higdon [and 16 others] Chapter 4: Media democracy in action / compiled by Andy Lee Roth and Mickey Huff, with contributions by [15 others] Chapter 5: A vision for transformative civic engagement : the Global Critical Media Literacy Project / by Julie Frechette, Nolan Higdon, and Rob Williams Chapter 6: Modern Herlands : the significance of Gilmans Herland for the next 100 years / by Sheila Katz Chapter 7: Dark alliance: the controversy and the legacy, twenty years on / by Brian Covert Chapter 8: Twenty-first-century fascism : private military companies in service to the transnational capitalist class / by Peter Phillips, Ray McClintock, Melissa Carneiro, and Jacob Crabtree Chapter 9: Existence is resistance : women in occupied Palestine and Kashmir / by Tara Dorabji and Susan Rahman Chapter 10: The contours of long-term systemic criss and the need for systemic solutions / by Gar Alperovitz, James Gustave Speth, and Joe Guinan Report from the Media Freedom Foundation President / by Peter Phillips.

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