Anonymous, 25 May 2019
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A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Muslims and the news media

Muslims and the news media
Introduction, Poole & Richardson ; Part 1 Context, Politics and Production ; New Labour, Multiculturalism and the Media in Britain, Siobhan Holohan ; Anti-Arab Prejudice in the UK: the BBC Response, Fred Halliday ; Racial Profiling and the War on Terror-Liz Fekete ; Propaganda and the 'Terror Threat' in the UK--David Miller ; Still no Redress from the PPC, Julian Petley; Mixed Communities: Mixed Newsroom, Peter Cole ; Islamic Features in British and French Muslim Media, Isabelle Rigoni; Part 2 Media Output; The Effects of September 11th and the War in Iraq on British Newspaper Coverage, Elizabeth Poole; Who Gets to Speak? A Study of Sources in the Broadsheet Press, John E Richardson; American Media Coverage of Muslims: The Historical Roots of Contemporary Portrayals, Karim H. Karim; Australians Imagining Islam, Peter Manning; Joined Forces: The IDF and the Israeli Press Reporting of the Intifada, Alina Korn; Towards an Islamic Information Revolution?, Gary Bunt; Part 3 Audience Practices ; The Media Consumption of Young British Muslims, Sameera Ahmed; Arab Public Opinion in the Age of Satellite Television: The Case of Al Jazeera, Mohamed Zayani; Framing the Other: Worldview, Rhetoric and Media Dissonance Since 9/11, Lawrence Pintak ; Bad News and Public Debate about the Israel-Palestine Conflict, Greg Philo and Mike Berry
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256 p.
eng