Embedding Reporters on the Frontline

Bernhard, Nancy
June 2003
Nieman Reports;Summer2003, Vol. 57 Issue 2, p87
Discusses the policy of U.S. Department of Defense of embedding journalists within military units during the 2003 Iraq war. Overview of journalists who became directly involved in the war effort; Role of the watchdog press in democracy; Attitude of students toward the role of journalists in defending freedom of information.


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