Noam Chomsky

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Noun1.Noam Chomsky - United States linguist whose theory of generative grammar redefined the field of linguistics (born 1928)
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Taking a cue from a work by Edward Herman and Noam Chomsky, Manufacturing Consent, in which the authors propose and test a propaganda model to describe and predict the workings of the corporate-run news media, Safty briefly examines the "dominant discourse of interpretation" employed by the news media "to report on and analyze the Palestine question.
The film, Manufacturing Consent: Noam Chomsky and the Media is a co-production of Necessary Illusions and the National Film Board.
See Noam Chomsky, "Oppose The War," Z Magazine, February 1991.
Noam Chomsky, in addition to being a famed linguist, is widely known for his critiques of US foreign policy since the Vietnam era.
The letter, signed by such leftwing luminaries as Noam Chomsky, Angela Davis, Ossie Davis, Manning Marable, Elizabeth Martinez, and Pete Seeger, says it's imperative for leftists to work to defeat Bush.
While firefighters were still pulling out warm body parts from Ground Zero, foreign policy critic Noam Chomsky and his followers on college campuses and alternative-weekly staffs nationwide were insisting that it was vital to understand the "context" of the September 11 massacre: that U.
Year 501 by Noam Chomsky (Boston, MA: South End Press, 1992); 331 pp; $30.
From Susan Sarandon to Aaron McGruder, Jimmy Carter to Noam Chomsky, Madonna to Cornel West, and Whoopi Goldberg to Tony Kushner, the gang's all here.
The members of the British band Primal Scream, who originally gained fame as drug-addled hedonists, have taken a page from Rage Against the Machine's little red playbook, lately recasting themselves as born-again followers of Noam Chomsky, the tenured MIT professor and favorite "dissident" intellectual of politicized rock bands everywhere.