The line between the two is very blurry in a lot of cricket-watchers' minds. The consensus among fans, pundits and commentators is that almost all modern field settings are too defensive, all declarations occur at least an hour later than necessary, and every batsman isn't playing enough shots.
This applies to almost every criticism you hear on Sky's commentary these days. Some criticisms are completely illogical, like keeping the field in for a batsman that isn't taking singles. But they're defended with vague clichés like "sending a message" and "applying pressure". As an aside, the concept of pressure in cricket needs scrapped. If it can usually be used to defend both sides of an argument, it's not a useful concept.
Anyway, I bring this up now because Cribb cornered it in the NZ tour thread: