3 edition of The Media of Conflict found in the catalog.
June 12, 1999
by Zed Books
Written in English
|Contributions||Tim Allen (Editor), Jean Seaton (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||256|
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvi, pages: illustrations, map ; 24 cm. Contents: Ritual, media, and conflict: an introduction / Ronald L. Grimes --From ritual ground to stage / Fletcher DuBois [and others] --Insurgents and icons / Anna-Karina Hermkens and Eric Venbrux --Ritual as a source of conflict . There are frequent claims that the media promotes or prevents conflict; however there is little evidence to support or refute these claims About this brief This paper summarises a systematic evidence review by Schoemaker and Stremlau (forthcoming), entitled Media and Conflict: an assessment of the Size: KB.
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The volume offers a series of case studies reflecting on how the media covers religion as conflict within and between states. It challenges readers to critically examine how media reportage and commentary influences perceptions and responses to religion and : Heather Savigny. The book fast forwards to the uneasy and often hostile relationships between Arabs and Jews in the very different circumstances of those cities today. It is telling that it was criticized by some as an expression of nostalgia for an idealized or irretrievable past or wishful thinking about an unattainable future.
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This is the first book to focus on media and conflict - primarily international conflict - from multidisciplinary, cross-national and cross-cultural perspectives. Twenty-two contributors from around the globe present original and thought provoking research on media and conflict in the United States, Central America, Europe, the Middle East 3/5(1).
Media and Political Conflict is the first book that offers a dynamic and comprehensive approach to studying confrontations as small as protests and as large as wars, and applies this approach to analyze three conflicts: the Gulf War, the Palestinian Intifada, and the attempt by the Israeli right-wing to derail the Israeli- Palestinian peace by: Voices of war: Conflict and the role of the media 5 Part One Part One Conflict, the modern world and the media Conflict is one of the defining features of the modern world.
Since the end of the Cold War there have been countless conflicts that have involved the deaths of millions of people and the suffering and displacement of millions more. The first meeting of the Institute's Media and Conflict Working Group analyzed the role of the media throughout the conflict cycle.
While a considerable amount of analysis has focused on the media’s potential to support democracy efforts and build sustainable peace, no similar effort has been given to analyze the role media can play in conflict prevention. The news media have become the central arena for political conflicts today.
It is, therefore, not surprising that the role of the news media in political conflicts has received a good deal of public attention in recent years. Media and Political Conflict provides readers with an understanding of the ways in which news media do and do not become active participants in these conflicts.
Book description: Theorising Media and Conflict brings together anthropologists as well as media and communication scholars to collectively address the elusive and complex relationship between media and conflict. Through epistemological and methodological reflections and the analyses of various case studies from Pages: About this journal.
Media, War & Conflict is a major international, peer-reviewed journal that maps the shifting arena of war, conflict and terrorism in an intensively and extensively mediated age.
It explores cultural, political and technological transformations in media-military relations, journalistic practices, new media, the arts, and their impact on publics, policy, and outcomes of warfare.
When we take a conflict perspective, one major focus is the differential access to media and technology embodied in the digital divide. Conflict theorists also look at who controls the media, and how media promotes the norms of upper-middle-class white people in the United States while minimizing the presence of the working class, especially.
It draws on material from the author’s book Obstacle to Peace: The US Role in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict. T here’s a perception of the US mainstream media as being passive observers objectively reporting on events, and this is certainly the proper role of the media; but in practice, there is a demonstrable institutionalized bias.
This book counters this kind of nonsense, and asks why such views have gained a currency. It examines the role of the media in inciting conflicts within nations, as well as the adverse impacts of news reporting on international perceptions - and on policy-making. ONE OF US IS LYING opens with four students heading into detention, all thinking they don't deserve to be there.
Before long, a fifth student -- Simon, who runs a popular gossip app called About That -- is dead in the classroom, and the four students are murder suspects.4/5. Book Description. This Handbook links the growing body of media and conflict research with the field of security studies.
The academic sub-field of media and conflict has developed and expanded greatly over the past two decades. In Mass Media and Environmental Conflict, the authors emphasize these interactions using a series of case studies of environmental conflicts that have occurred in American history.
This innovative new text explores the role of books, magazines, newspaper articles, and other media and the ways they have created both regional and national. This book illustrates how diasporic media can re-create conflict by transporting conflict dynamics and manifesting them back in to diaspora communities.
Media, Diaspora and Conflict demonstrates a previously overlooked complexity in diasporic media by using the Somali conflict as a case study to. Parents need to know that Shannon Messenger's debut novel, Keeper of the Lost Cities, is imaginative, well-crafted, and engaging, with a strong girl protagonist and plenty of interesting supporting the beginning, year-old Sophie is in danger from forces threatened by her existence, and only gradually becomes aware of them in scary incidents, 5/5.
Richard Jackson, Aberystwyth University, UK 'Timely and important, this book brings together an impressive collection of essays. The critical assessments of the role that the media plays in transmitting and interpreting religious ideas as sources of conflict, makes this essential reading for all students of contemporary society'.
Ritual, Media, and Conflict. This book is the final result of a colloquium on the European and national perspectives of the regulation of gambling that took place on 23 November at the. Media and Political Conflict is the first book that offers a dynamic and comprehensive approach to Previous work on this subject has been limited to looking at the role of the news media in either a particular conflict (such as the Gulf War) or a particular type of conflict (such as terrorism)/5(5).
Synopsis This book examines why the religion-science skirmishes known as the Evolution Wars have persisted into the 21st century. It does so by considering the influences of mass media in relation to decision-making research and the Elaboration Likelihood Model, one of the most authoritative persuasion theories.
Media Framing of the Muslim World examines and explains how news about Islam and the Muslim world is produced and consumed, and how it impacts on relations between Islam and the West. The authors cover key issues in this relationship including the reporting on war and conflict, terrorism, asylum seekers and the Arab Spring.
Theorising Media and Conflict book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Theorising Media and Conflict brings together anthropologis Format: Unknown Binding. Savage’s book Photograph. That sort of argument was advanced by many unionist politicians and, in a wider context, has formed the basis of criticism of the BBC and other media outlets in a.In War in Characters: How Social Media is Reshaping Conflict in the Twenty-First Century, David Patrikarakos explores how social media is shifting the power balance from governments and institutions towards individuals and networks and the impact this is having on contemporary warfare.
Relating the personal stories of individuals caught up in conflict, this book .