"Richly detailed and engagingly presented It is a "must read" for anyone who wants to know how the 24-7 news system covers national security crises, and why that coverage takes the shape that it does.'"
Pockets of Resistance intervenes into the heart of contemporary debates about media, democracy and legitimized killing and death. An important new landmark and essential vantage point on the contested field of media and war studies.'
"Pockets of Resistance is a first-rate study of Iraq war reporting - broad, rigorous and insightful in the way it surveys British coverage of the war. It paints a complex picture of war reporting that clarifies our understanding of the relation between media and political elites during wartime. Without a doubt, it is one of the most ambitious and important works published to date on media and war."