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Hegemonic no more: Western media, the rise of Al-Jazeera, and the influence of diverse voices

Seib, P. (2005). Hegomonic no more: Western media, the rise of Al-Jazeera, and the influence of diverse voices. International studies review, 601-615.
The author of this article discusses the rise of Al-Jazeera and the consequences this will have for Western news media. Al-Jazeera has been widely adopted by Arabic viewers and it has established itself as [...]

Author: Claudia
Posted on: September 30, 2010

The CNN of the Arab world or a shill for terrorists?: how support for press freedom and political ideology predict credibility of Al-Jazeera among its audience

Johnson, T.J. & Fahmy S. (2008). The CNN of the Arab world or a shill for terrorists?. International Communication Gazette, 70(5), 338-360.
The authors of this article have been researching the credibility of Al-Jazeera by interviewing their audience. The article confirms the credibility of Al-Jazeera towards Western media sources. A survey was used to examine the [...]

Author: Claudia
Posted on: September 30, 2010

In Bed With the Military: First Amendment Implications of Embedded Journalism

Zeide, E.J. (2005). In Bed With the Military: First Amendment Implications of Embedded Journalism. New York University Law Review, 80, 1309-1343.
Ondanks een transparante toegang tot informatie over oorlogvoering in de Irak-oorlog te 2003, schuilt er gevaar in een embedded journalist om militaire bezigheden te propaganderen. Via een juridische analyse wordt het contract tussen embedded journalisten [...]

Author: daniel
Posted on: September 30, 2010

Embedded Reporting During the Invasion and Occupation of Iraq: How the Embedding of Journalists Affects Television News Reports

Pfau, M., Haigh, M.M., Logsdon, L., Perrine, C., Baldwin, J.P., Breitenfeldt, R.E., et al. (2005). Embedded Reporting During the Invasion and Occupation of Iraq: How the Embedding of Journalists Affects Television News Reports. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 49(9), 468-487.
De omvang van embedded reportage over de Irak-oorlog 2003 was toentertijd ongekend. Via een inhoudsanalyse [...]

Author: daniel
Posted on: September 30, 2010

A Comparison of Embedded and Nonembedded Print Coverage of the U.S. Invasion and Occupation of Iraq

Pfau, M., Haigh, M.M., Danesi, J., Tallmon, R., Bunko, T., Nyberg, S., et al. (2006). A Comparison of Embedded and Nonembedded Print Coverage of the U.S. Invasion and Occupation of Iraq. Press / Politics, 11(2), 139-150.
Het doel van de pers en het leger lag tijdens de Irak-oorlog 2003 enigszins uit elkaar; nieuws maken versus het [...]

Author: daniel
Posted on: September 30, 2010

Embeds’ Perceptions of Censorship: Can You Criticize a Soldier Then Have Breakfast With Him in the Morning?

Fahmy, S., & Johnson, T.J. (2009). Embeds’ Perceptions of Censorship: Can You Criticize a Soldier Then Have Breakfast With Him in the Morning? Mass Communication and Society, 12, 52-77.
Kwamen beperkingen in persvrijheid in de Irak-oorlog in 2003 voort uit restricties opgelegd door het leger, of voort uit de pers zelf, gestuurd door het vervullen van [...]

Author: daniel
Posted on: September 30, 2010

Embedded Versus Unilateral Perspectives on Iraq War

Fahmy, S., & Johnson, T.J. (2007). Embedded Versus Unilateral Perspectives on Iraq War. Newspaper Research Journal, 28(3), 98-111.
Embedded journalisten neigen postiever nieuws over de Irak-oorlog in 2003 te schrijven in vergelijking met nonembedded journalisten. Via een openvraag internetenquête zijn de meningen van 159 embedded en nonembedded journalisten onderzocht die hebben gewerkt tijdens de inval van [...]

Author: daniel
Posted on: September 30, 2010

A Comparative Framing Analysis of Embedded and Behind-the-Lines Reporting on the 2003 Iraq War

Cooper, S.D., & Kuypers, J.A. (2005). A Comparative Framing Analysis of Embedded and Behind-the-Lines Reporting on the 2003 Iraq War. Qualitative Research Reports in Communication, 6(1), 1-10.
Hoe sterk is de invloed van embedded journalistiek geweest op de beeldvorming over de Irak-oorlog in 2003? Via een vergelijkende ‘framing’ analyse zijn 66 stukken uit twee Amerikaanse kranten [...]

Author: daniel
Posted on: September 30, 2010

Humanitarian branding and the media; the case of Amnesty International.

Vestergaard, A. (2008). Humanitarian branding and the media; the case of Amnesty International. Journal of language and politics, 7(3), 471-493
This article explores how NGO’s work in their field of tension between the need for visibility and a greater dependence on media and their public’s skepticism with the existing ‘compassion fatigue’. According to the author, NGO’s [...]

Author: linschakenraad
Posted on: September 6, 2010

The news media, civil war & humanitarian action.

Minear, L., Scott, C. & Weiss, T.G. (1996). The news media, civil war & humanitarian action. Colorado: Lynne Rienner Publishers.
This book gives an overview of the interdependence of humanitarian, government and media organizations. It tries to answer the question why the media often are too late on the scene of conflict. According to the authors, [...]

Author: linschakenraad
Posted on: September 6, 2010
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