Television, war and truth

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Technology

 

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Jo P

 

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April 10, 2013

 

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University

 

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The consequence of screening the Vietnam War on television has taught the US and Australian governments a valuable lesson: censorship is an imperative method to restrain public knowledge and judgement about war, and this was accordingly implemented during the two Gulf Wars. Reasons as to why images are held back from the public and thus conceal the truth include: sustaining high television ratings and to gain and maintain public support...
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Reasons as to why images are held back from the public and thus conceal the truth include: sustaining high television ratings and to gain and maintain public support. Such methods seem quite deceitful, but such a technique has its advantages and disadvantages. The outcome of publicising the Vietnam War was Moratorium marches where the public demonstrated their condemnation of their country's involvement in the war and therefore their disapproval of their respective Governments...
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