Items by Alford, Matthew
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Alford, M., 2010. Reel Power:Hollywod Cinema and American Supremacy. Pluto Press.
Alford, M., 2015. How useful is a propaganda model for screen entertainment. In: Edgely, A., ed. Noam Chomsky. Palgrave Macmillan. (Critical explorations in contemporary political thought)
Fisher, R. and Alford, M., 2013. Screening our screens:Propaganda and the enterainment industry. In: Fisher, R., ed. Managing Democracy Managing Dissent. London: Corporate Watch, pp. 85-95.
Alford, M., 2011. Why not a propaganda model for Hollywood? In: Hammond, P., ed. Screens of Terror. Arima.
Alford, M., 2016. The Political Impact of the Department of Defense on Hollywood Cinema. Quarterly Review of Film and Video, 33 (4), pp. 332-347.
Alford, M., 2014. A review of Martin Barker’s, A Toxic Genre: the Iraq War Films (London: Pluto Press, 2011). SYNÆSTHESIA: Communication Across Cultures
Jenkins, T. and Alford, M., 2012. Intelligence activity in Hollywood:Remembering the 'agency' in CIA. Scope, 23.
Graham, R. and Alford, M., 2011. A history of government management of UFO perceptions through film and television. 49th Parallel, 25.
Alford, M., 2011. Book review: Jeffery Klaehn (ed.), The Political Economy of Media and Power. New York: Peter Lang, 2010, ISBN: 9781433107733 (pbk). Global Media and Communication, 7 (2).
Alford, M. and Lucas, W. S., 2004. Celebrating dissent:Scholarship and politics in the new American century. 49th Parallel, 13.
Alford, M. and Broudy, D., 2013. The Tyranny of Official Editors: An Interview with Matthew Alford. SYNÆSTHESIA: Communication Across Cultures
Alford, M., 2012. Book Review: Ben Shapiro, Primetime Propaganda: The True Story of How the Hollywood Left Took Over Your TV. Fifth Estate Online
Edwards, D. and Alford, M., 2010. HOLLYWOOD - WEAPONISED DREAM FACTORY:Where They Have Holes In Their Souls. Media Lens
Graham, R. and Alford, M., 2009. District 9 is lucky to have avoided a close encounter with the Pentagon. The Guardian
Graham, R. and Alford, M., 2009. The power behind the screen:The output of Hollywood is intrinsically pro-establishment, and to understand why you have to follow. New Statesman
Alford, M., 2015. How Do We Know Whether Someone Has Been Assassinated? International Policy Digest.