Introduction In the year 1988, Noam Chomsky and Edward S. Herman published the book titled: “Manufacturing Consent: The Political Economy of Media”. In this book, they proposed ‘The Propaganda Model’ (abbreviated as PM) which served as a critical way of analyzing mass media in the USA. The PM was welcomed by some as an apt understanding of the workings of the mass media, while … Continue reading The relevance of Chomsky and Herman’s Propaganda Model in the 2000s.
Once upon a time in a not so faraway land, lived a mute cleaner-lady named Elisa Esposito. She dared to fall in love with a gilled-God who, much like her, couldn’t talk. The faraway land was Baltimore, USA and the time period was the Cold War. Guillermo de Toro’s The Shape of Water is part Grimm’s fairy tale and part political commentary. Our mute … Continue reading The Shape of Water- review