Philip M. Taylor

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Professor Phil Taylor is based at Leeds University (UK).

Research Interests: "Government-media relations, public and cultural diplomacy, propaganda, psychological operations/warfare, information operations/warfare, military-media relations, international film, radio and television (international communications), all in an historical or contemporaneous context." [1]

Recent Books

  • Taylor, P.M. and Paul L. Moorcraft (forthcoming, 2008) Shooting the Messenger: The Political Impact of War Reporting, Potomac Press.
  • Taylor, P.M. (2004) War and International Relations in the Information Age (in Greek), Athens: Papazisis editions, pp. 485. P/b ISBN 960-02-1751-3.
  • Taylor, P.M. (2003) Munitions of the Mind: War Propaganda from the Ancient World to the Nuclear Age 3rd expanded ed., Manchester University Press. P/b 0-7190-67677
  • Taylor, P.M. (1999) British Propaganda in The Twentieth Century: Selling Democracy, Edinburgh University Press, pp. xii, 269. H/B ISBN 0 7486 1040 5; P/B ISBN 07486-1039-1.

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  1. Philip M. Taylor, Leeds University, accessed February 23, 2008.