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News from the BBC, CNN, and Al-Jazeera : how the three broadcasters cover the Middle East

Author: Leon Barkho
Publisher: Cresskill, N.J. : Hampton Press, ©2010.
Series: Hampton Press communication series., Political communication.
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"The three gigantic media corporations, the BBC, CNN and Al-Jazeera, are largely responsible for refining and shaping our views of events in the world. Their informational and communicative arm is unprecedented in the history of human communication. This book deals with their Middle East coverage, particularly the Israeli-Palestinian struggle and the war in Iraq."--[book cover]
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Leon Barkho
ISBN: 9781572739741 1572739746 9781572739758 1572739754
OCLC Number: 613646114
Description: xii, 185 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Introduction --
The social and linguistic reality of news --
The social and linguistic power of news --
The dialogic and symbolic power of news discourse --
Limitations of critical discourse analysis --
Data and method --
The social construction of the Al-Jazeera versus the BBC and CNN --
BBC, CNN and AJA's linguistic and social links at levels higher than Lexis --
Al-Jazeera Arabic versus the BBC and CNN : how do they construct their social and linguistic realities? --
The social and linguistic reality of Al-Jazeera English versus the BBC and CNN English services --
The social and linguistic role of internal guidelines in shaping the news --
Conclusion.
Series Title: Hampton Press communication series., Political communication.
Responsibility: Leon Barkho.

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"The three gigantic media corporations, the BBC, CNN and Al-Jazeera, are largely responsible for refining and shaping our views of events in the world. Their informational and communicative arm is unprecedented in the history of human communication. This book deals with their Middle East coverage, particularly the Israeli-Palestinian struggle and the war in Iraq."--[book cover]

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