Posts Tagged ‘Israeli Palestinian conflict’

 
 

Bad news from Israel

Philo, G. & Berry, M. (2004). Bad news from Israel. London: Pluto Press.
This book is for many reasons more than interesting. First of all it gives a really deep historical background on the Israel Palestinian conflict. All main events during this conflict are described very thorough. The authors did a large research on the media [...]

Covering death in conflicts of the second intifada on Israeli and Palestinian television

Wolfsfeld, G., Frosh, P. & Awabdy, M. T. (2008). Covering death in conflicts of the second intifada on Israeli and Palestinian television. Journal of Peace Research, 45(3), pp. 401-417.
The study of Wolfsfeld, Frosh and Awabdy (2008) gives a good insight on how journalistic mechanisms influence the reporting on television news. They have chosen two events [...]

Shifting frames in a deadlocked conflict?

Ruigrok, N., Van Atteveldt, W. & Takens, J. (2009). Shifting frames in a deadlocked conflict? Opgehaald van 7 oktober, 2009, van http://www.nieuwsmonitor.net/ShiftingFrames.pdf.
This article is about the research of the news coverage of Israeli and Palestinians in three newspapers of the US, the UK and the Netherlands. The authors try to discover if the existing frames [...]

The Israeli-Hezbollah war of 2006: the media as a weapon in asymmetrical conflict.

Kalb, M. & Saivetz, C. (2007). The Israeli-Hezbollah war of 2006: the media as a weapon in asymmetrical conflict. The Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics, 12(3), pp. 43-66.
Kalb and Saivetz (2006) did research about the intense covering of what seems a side issue of the Israeli Palestinian conflict; the Israeli-Hezbollah war. It is interesting to [...]

Missing: the bias implicit in the absent.

Dunsky, M. (2001). Missing: the bias implicit in the absent. Arab Studies Quaterly, 23(3), pp. 1-29.
Dunsky (2001) analyses the American press on how they cover the Israeli Palestinian conflict. The print media as well as television news is included in this research. Especially interesting is her analyses of how the American media frame the settlement [...]

Author: Eva Dekker
Posted on: August 29, 2010

Frame shifts and catastrophic events: the attacks of September 11, 2001, and New York Times’s portrayals of Arafat and Sharon.

Article: Dente Ross, S. & Bantimaroudis, P. (2006). Frame shifts and catastrophic events: the attacks of September 11, 2001, and New York Times’s portrayals of Arafat and Sharon. Mass Communication & Society, 9(1), pp. 85-101.
In this research media coverage is being scrutinized and the influence of specific events on that coverage. In special, this article [...]