Media, war, and terrorism : responses from the Middle East and Asia

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Full title: Media, war, and terrorism : responses from the Middle East and Asia / edited by Peter Van Der Veer and Shoma Munshi.
Other authors: Veer, Peter van der.
Munshi, Shoma.
Format: Book           


Table of Contents:
  • 1. Introduction / Peter van der Veer
  • 2. War propaganda and the liberal public sphere / Peter van der Veer
  • 3. The West and the rest: a drama in two acts and an epilogue / Larry Gross and Sasha Costanza-Chock
  • 4. Television in America from 9/11 and America's continuing 'War on Terror': single theme, multiple media lenses / Shoma Munshi
  • 5. The Middle East's democracy deficit and the expanding public sphere / Dale F. Eickelman
  • 6. Political Islam in Iran and the emergence of a religious public sphere: the impact of September 11 / Mahmoud Alinejad
  • 7. September 11 and after: pressure for regulation and self-regulation in the Indian media / Manoj Joshi
  • 8. The Jewish hand: the response of the Jamaat-e-Islami Hind / Irfan Ahmad
  • 9. The WTC tragedy and the U.S. attack on Afghanistan: the press joins in beating the war drums / Tjahjo Purnomo Wijadi
  • 10. War, words, and images / Goenawan Mohamad
  • 11. When Osama and friends came a-calling: the political deployment of the overdetermined image of Osama ben Laden in the contestation for Islamic symbols in Malaysia/ Farish A. Noor
  • 12. Some 'Muslims' within: watching television in Britain after September 11 / Asu Aksoy.