Citations Needed

Citations Needed is a podcast about the intersection of media, PR, and power, hosted by Nima Shirazi and Adam Johnson.

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Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 56m. Bisher sind 107 Folge(n) erschienen. Dies ist ein wöchentlich erscheinender Podcast
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News Brief: A Conversation With Indigenous Media Resistance on Mauna Kea


In Ep. 90, "How Western Media's False Binary Between 'Science' & Indigenous Rights Erases Native People," we explored the ways capital-S "Science" has been wielded by those in power to erase Native people and culture around the world. Our...


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News Brief: Bolivia Coup Coverage and the Limits of 'Agency' Discourse


In this News Brief, we discuss the battle over whether or not to call what happened in Bolivia a "coup," and the problem with the always popular, slippery evocation of "agency."


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Episode 93: 100 Years of U.S. Media Fueling Anti-Immigrant Sentiment


"A preponderance of foreign elements destroys the most precious thing [a nation] possesses - its own soul,” wrote the politically-influential Immigration Restriction League in early 1919. "The great hotbeds of radicalism lie in the various colonies...


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Episode 92: The Responsibility-Erasing Catch-all of ‘Automation’


"As technology shifts more layoffs loom at tech companies," Reuters tells us. "PepsiCo is laying off corporate employees as the company commits to millions of dollars in severance pay, restructuring, and 'relentlessly automating'," notes Business...


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Episode 91: It's Time to Retire the Term "Middle Class"


“Building a wall won't save America's crumbling middle class,” Elizabeth Warren tells us. “Sanders healthcare will raise taxes on the middle class,” a CNN headline reads. “There’ war on the middle class,” a Boston Globe editorial...


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Episode 90: How Western Media's False Binary Between "Science" and Indigenous Rights is Used to Erase Native People


“Science and religion fight over Hawaii's highest point,” one CNN headline puts it. “Desecrating sacred land or finding new frontiers?” BBC asks. "Science, Interrupted: Mauna Kea Observatories ‘caught in the middle,’” Pacific Business...


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 2019-10-16  1h5m
 
 

Episode 89: How Charges of 'Appeasement' Equate Diplomacy with Treason


“Israel says EU's response on Iran recalls Nazi appeasement,” reported Reuters. “The Biden Plan for Appeasement,” spat a recent editorial in The New York Sun. An editorial in The Washington Examiner pleaded, “President Trump, stop the...


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 2019-10-09  43m
 
 

Episode 88: The Mythical Bygone Glory Days of "Free Speech"


We are often warned by conservatives, liberals and even some on the Left that we live in a time where “free speech” is under threat from far-left forces. “Political correctness” and “snowflakes” have shut down free inquiry, specifically on...


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 2019-09-25  56m
 
 

News Brief: Jon Schwarz on Samantha Power's Whitewashing Memoir


Friend of the show and writer at The Intercept Jon Schwarz joins us to review Samantha Power's self-serving, ahistorical memoir.


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 2019-09-23  32m
 
 

Episode 87: Nate Silver and the Crisis of Pundit Brain


Nate Silver tell us Joe Biden’s inconsistent political beliefs are, in fact, a benefit. They’re “his calling card” and evidence he “reads the room pretty well”. Venality, we are told, is “a normal and often successful [mode] for a...


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 2019-09-18  58m