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Tony Shaw

Researcher at University of Hertfordshire

Publications -  44
Citations -  533

Tony Shaw is an academic researcher from University of Hertfordshire. The author has contributed to research in topics: Hollywood & Battle. The author has an hindex of 13, co-authored 44 publications receiving 504 citations. Previous affiliations of Tony Shaw include Lancaster University & University of Oxford.

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Hollywood's Cold War

TL;DR: Shaw as discussed by the authors examines the complex relationship between filmmakers, censors, politicians, and government propagandists during the Cold War and concludes that movies played a critical dual role: teaching millions of Americans why communism represented the greatest threat their country had ever faced, and selling America's liberal-capitalist ideas around the globe.

Cinematic Cold War: The American and Soviet Struggle for Hearts and Minds

TL;DR: Shaw and Youngblood as discussed by the authors, "Cinematic Cold War: The American and Soviet Struggle for hearts and minds" (Lawrence: University Press Kansas, 2010), ISBN 10: 0700617434, ISBN 13: 978-0700617432
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The Politics of Cold War Culture

TL;DR: The authors examines the relationship between politics and culture in Great Britain and the United States during the Cold War, with particular emphasis on the period from the late 1940s to the early 1960s.

British cinema and the Cold War : the state, propaganda and consensus

Tony Shaw
TL;DR: Shaw as discussed by the authors explores the relationship between film makers, censors and Whitehall, within the context of the film industry's economic imperatives and the British government's anti-Soviet and anti-Communist propaganda strategies.
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The Cold War and the United States Information Agency: American propaganda and public diplomacy, 1945–1989

TL;DR: Cull et al. as mentioned in this paper described the United States Information Agency (USIA) as "the world's largest information gathering agency" and "the most powerful information gathering organization in the world".