Music Hall Dope and British Propaganda: Cultural Identity and Early Broadcasting in Ireland

Martin McLoone

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    Abstract

    The article explores the history of early Irish radio, especially the political debate about the establishing of a radio station in Ireland in the years after the setting up of the state in 1922. Crucial to this debate was a concern about the power of the new medium to influence and change notions of national identity.
    LanguageEnglish
    Pages301-316
    JournalHistorical Journal of film, radio and television
    Volume20
    Issue number3
    Publication statusPublished - 2000

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    propaganda
    broadcasting
    Broadcasting
    cultural identity
    Ireland
    radio
    music
    national identity
    new media
    history
    Music Hall
    Cultural Identity
    Propaganda
    National Identity
    Political Debate
    History
    New Media

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