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The argument made is that the proposed theorization of media power is a necessary component of a full understanding of the role which the media played in the development of the two crises. In the evolution of the decision-making toward Kosovo and Afghanistan, in fact, what emerges is that the media have power over the transformation of war as they cause the interaction between the agents and the objects of war and politics to be mediated. This phenomenon, in turn, manifests itself as an intricate network of media effects that inﬂuence each other and overlap continuously.
24 Media Power and the Transformation of War Moreover, democratic governments, especially in crisis situations, are the media’s favorite sources of information and know very well how to use news management to their own advantage. However, the fact that political power inﬂuences the content of the news is just an aspect of the game which does not imply a complete absence of media power. Not only can the news media act freely because newsmaking is not subject to direct control by governments, but Luke’s three-dimensional deﬁnition of power also clariﬁes that politics and the media can even have similar goals and interests and still exercise power over one another: politics over the media and the media over politics as well.
P. 5). The media, in sum, construct and shape new social arenas by building bridges between the existing ones. All phases and operational contexts of a conﬂict are subjected to this process: from the policymaking to the military operation. From this point of view, the importance that has been given to the independence of the media by the existing literature is clearly overestimated as it is based on a fairly narrow focus on media coverage. In democratic countries the media are never independent from the inﬂuence of politicians or interest groups as it is the political elite who decides upon the rules of the national media market and of journalism.
3D simulation on the unit duct in the shell side of the ROD baffle heat exchanger by Wu J., Dong Q., Liu M.