Ow do you account for the predominant ways in which the mainstream media covers war?

This essay must be composed an appropriate, critical, analytical one in order to answer the question with using appropriate case study such as two different ways between CNN reports and Al Jazeera in Iraq war. And also, The use of Chomskys model is very important here.



I listed sufficient number of reding sources in the following. Please use them properly.

Furthermore, you must use Havard Referencing system in which the reference in terms of author, year of publication and page number is put in the text, when you have quotations directly or second-hand summaries.



By the way, I will attach my previous work ASAP, it will be a good example for you to proceed this order. If you have any questions, please ask me.

Please do your best for me.



Best Wishes

Namiko



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