Media in a Terrorized World: Reflections in the Wake of 911
This book explores the impact of media in these times of conflict and terrorism. It provides an assessment of the extent the media have exacerbated or ameliorated conflict and terrorism in Asia. It also reviews whether they have fostered balance over bias, communication over confrontation, and insight over ignorance in addressing these critical issues. In the wake of Washington's post-911 declaration of war against terrorism, many media outlets have been accused of fuelling a culture of fear and blame around the world. This book brings together the experience of media practitioners and commentators from the region to bring their valuable perspectives to bear on the issue of our time. READERSHIP: University lecturers, researchers, academics, practitioners, and those interested in the fields of media and communication and terrorism studies.
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