Great Video About North Korea and Elite Media Narratives (video)

The power of the elite media narratives and how to engage in the battle of the narratives will be a prime focus of Political Arena.

The elite media sets narratives not only by agenda setting, they change attitudes with the emotional nature in which they report combined with what they leave out.

As the fictional character Chad Dumier explained – the rhetoric utilized by government has done more to defeat liberty than all the armies of the world. The war all around us is being fought over the very meanings of words. Meaning does not exist a priori. It is order imposed by individuals with arsenals of communication devices. Every inscription, every utterance, every gesture seeks to dominate the plain of meaning. Real violence is only an extension of this process. Culture, by definition a shared territory of meaning, inspires conflicts far more destructive than any other dispute over territory on the Earth’s surface. It is the message, the communication event that must be targeted.

About Chuck Norton

Political issue strategist and communications professional. I write about politics, education, economics, morality and philosophy.
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