Journalism and the Military|
Anthony Feinstein. Journalists Under Fire: The Psychological Hazards of Covering War. JHU Press. 2006. 195pp.
Herbert N. Foerstel. Killing the Messenger: Journalists at Risk in Modern Warfare. Greenwood Publishing Group. 2006. 161pp.
Phillip Knightley. The First Casualty: From the Crimea to Vietnam: The War Correspondent as Hero, Propagandist, and Myth Maker. Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. 1975. 465pp.
Nathaniel Lande. Dispatches from the Front: A History of the American War Correspondent. Oxford University Press. 1998. 432pp.
Jeffery Alan Smith. War & Press Freedom: The Problem of Prerogative Power. Oxford University Press. 1999. 324pp.
Meyer L. Stein. Under Fire: The Story of American War Correspondents. J. Messner. 1968. 256pp.
Michael S. Sweeney. The Military and the Press: An Uneasy Truce. Northwestern University Press. 2006. 297pp.
Michael S. Sweeney. From the Front: The Story of War Through Correspondents. National Geographic. 2002. 320pp.
Judith L. Sylvester; Suzanne Huffman. Reporting from the Front: The Media and the Military. Rowman & Littlefield. 2005. 266pp.
Dale Zacher. The Scripps Newspapers Go to War, 1914-18. University of Illinois Press. 2008. 304pp.
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