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A Violent World: TV News Images of Middle Eastern Terror and War (Critical Media Studies: Institutions, Politics, and Culture) ePub download

by Nitzan Ben-Shaul

  • Author: Nitzan Ben-Shaul
  • ISBN: 0742537986
  • ISBN13: 978-0742537989
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  • Language: English
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers (July 10, 2006)
  • Pages: 180
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A Violent World: TV News Images of Middle Eastern Terror and War (Critical Media Studies: Institutions, Politics, and Culture) ePub download

Nitzan Ben-Shaul draws from critical media theory and approaches out of cinema . A Violent World: Tv News. has been added to your Cart

Nitzan Ben-Shaul draws from critical media theory and approaches out of cinema studies to examine how dominant ideologies are embedded in mainstream Tv news. He focuses on the American elites' global ideology and the conflicting dominant national-peripheral ideologies of Israeli-Palestinian elites. has been added to your Cart. A Violent World is a unique book that provides an original and comprehensive analysis connecting global political and economic developments and ideologies with TV reports about violence.

The study investigated the effect of severe terror attacks on Israeli-Jewish public opinion regarding peace in a context of progress toward peace (1994–1997) compared to a context of conflict escalation (2001–2002).

A Violent World book. A Violent World analyzes images on global CNN, Israeli IBA, and Palestinian PATV that contribute heavily to how the current violence in the Middle East is framed.

Rather he argues for a critical media theory which examines the production of dominant . First, the War on Terror, or what he terms a direct.

Rather he argues for a critical media theory which examines the production of dominant ideologies through the media. Ben-Shaul uses qualitative content analysis to compare three stations’ coverage of two different types of conflicts. First, the War on Terror, or what he terms a direct core-periphery conflict, and second the Al Aqsa Intifada, an indirect one. Unfortunately he spends the most time analyzing CNN, which has been the subject of numerous content analyses, and the least space analyzing PATV, which has not previously received much scholarly attention.

In 2011 Palestinian Media Watch presented . A Violent World: TV News Images of Middle Eastern Terror and War. Rowman & Littlefield. ISBN 978-0-7425-3799-6. funding for the Palestinian Authority was being used to pay salaries to Palestinian prisoners jailed in Israel on terrorism-related charges  .

Nitzan Ben-Shaul draws from critical media theory, and from qualitative and aesthetic approaches out of cinema .

Nitzan Ben-Shaul draws from critical media theory, and from qualitative and aesthetic approaches out of cinema studies, to examine how dominant ideologies are embedded in mainstream TV news. Specifically, he focuses on the American elites' global ideology and the conflicting dominant national-peripheral ideologies of Israeli-Palestinian elites. His in-depth study, of particular interest to scholars of Middle East studies and international communication, further offers a new model of analysis for contemporary television news.

A Violent World: TV News Images of Middle Eastern Terror and War, Nitzan Ben-Shaul (2007), p. 124. ^ Jesus and the Culture Wars: Reclaiming the Lord's Prayer, C. J. Conner (2007), p. 161. ^ A Diary of Four Years of Terrorism and Anti-Semitism: 2000-2004, Robert R Friedmann. ^ A Diary of Four Years of Terrorism and Anti-Semitism: 2000-2004, Robert R Friedmann (2005), p. 143. ^ Interview with Andrea Levin, Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs, June 1, 2005. Levin, Andrea (6 August 2001).

Critical media pedagogy 335 Media and cultural activism 336 Contents ix Media and cultural politics 337 Notes 340 References 342 Index 352 Introduction A media culture has emerged in which images, sounds.

Media culture also provides the materials out of which many people construct their sense of class, of ethnicity and race, of nationality, of sexuality, of us and them.

Critical terrorism studies (CTS) applies a critical theory approach rooted in counter-hegemonic and politically progressive critical theory to the study of terrorism.

Images are the core of television news, particularly in the coverage of terror events and war, where pictures often overwhelm the verbal commentary. A Violent World analyzes images on global CNN, Israeli IBA, and Palestinian PATV that contribute heavily to how the current violence in the Middle East is framed. Nitzan Ben-Shaul draws from critical media theory, and from qualitative and aesthetic approaches out of cinema studies, to examine how dominant ideologies are embedded in mainstream TV news. Specifically, he focuses on the American elites' global ideology and the conflicting dominant national-peripheral ideologies of Israeli-Palestinian elites. His in-depth study, of particular interest to scholars of Middle East studies and international communication, further offers a new model of analysis for contemporary television news.
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