Media Representations Of September 11

Author: Steven M. Chermak
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780275980443
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Each contributor to this volume offers a fresh, engaging perspective on how the media transformed the 9/11 crisis into an ideological tour de force, examining why certain readings of these events were preferred, and discussing the ...

Post 9 11 South Asian Diasporic Fiction

Author: P. Liao
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137297379
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9/11. asamajor. world. event. in. media. representation. Is 9/11 amajor worldevent
? Itis andisnot. Manycritics havenoted thatthe impression of9/11 as a major world
eventis created bythe mass media, whose replayed images of falling Twin
Towers ... On 11 September, the then New YorkCity Mayor Rudy Giuliani was
quoted assaying, 'It's oneof the most heinousacts, certainly in worldhistory,' and
President George W.Bushalso characterized the attacksasthefirst twentyfirst
century war ...

Intermedial Representations Of 9 11 In U S American And German Newspapers

Author: Susanne Ehrenreich-Blažeković
Publisher: Peter Lang Pub Incorporated
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September 2001." Medien und Terrorismus: Reaktionen auf den II. September
2001. Eds. Christian Schicha and Carsten Brosda. Munster: Lit, 2002. 53-74.
Brown, Michelle, Leia Fuzesi, Kara Kitch, and Crystal Spivey. "Internet News
Representations of September 1 1 : Archival Impulse in the Age of Information."
Media Representations of September 11. Eds. Steven Chermak, Frankie Y.
Bailey and Michelle Brown. Westport: Praeger, 2003. 103-116. Bryson, Norman,
Michael Ann Holly ...

Mapping Generations Of Traumatic Memory In American Narratives

Author: Dana Mihăilescu
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
ISBN: 1443861626
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New York, London: Routledge, 1993. Breithaupt, Fritz. “Rituals of Trauma: How
the Media Fabricated September 11.” In Media Representations of September 11
, edited by Steven Chermak, Frankie Y. Bailey and Michelle Brown, 67-81.
Westport, CT: Praeger, 2003. Byrt, Anthony. “Teju Cole interview—the long
version.” New Zealand Listener, June 1, 2012. Accessed November 20, 2013.
Caruth, Cathy, ed.

Islam And Warfare

Author: Onder Bakircioglu
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 113409163X
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However, it was when al-Qaeda and its affiliates were established to have been
behind the 11 September 2001 (9/11) attacks in the US that the age-old images
of Islam – the dogmatic, backward and fanatical religion – were significantly
revitalised within the Orientalist2 discourse.3 The 9/11 attacks also fuelled
apprehension about jihad and its potential implications, including massive
terrorist attacks on Western nations, the re-establishment of the caliphate,4 the
subjugation and ...

Screening Torture

Author: Michael Flynn
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231153589
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This volume follows the shift in the representation of torture over the past decade, specifically in documentary, action, and political films.

Witnesses To Terror

Author: L. Howie
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137271760
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O'Neill,B.(2006),'MeettheNoPlaners',NewStatesman,availableathttp://www.,retrievedon25January2012. Osuri, G.and
Banerjee, S. (2004), 'White Diasporas: Media Representations of September 11
and the UnbearableWhiteness ofBeing in Australia', Social Semiotics, 14(2), 151
–71. Parfomak, P. (2004), Guarding America:Security Guardsand U.S.Critical
Infrastructure Protection, 12 November, Congressional
ResearchServiceReportfor Congress.

Hollywood S Chosen People

Author: Daniel Bernardi
Publisher: Wayne State University Press
ISBN: 9780814338070
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September 11 through the Holocaust Lens The attacks of September 11
unleashed waves of media representation that served multiple and often
conflicting purposes. Among them were three imperatives of the American mass
media: the journalistic need to report an overwhelmingly important news event to
the American and international publics; the commercial need to attract and retain
the largest possible audience, even after the central facts had been disseminated
, discussed, and ...

Film And Television After 9 11

Author: Wheeler W. Dixon
Publisher: SIU Press
ISBN: 9780809325566
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The attacks of September 1 1 unleashed waves of media representation that both
recall and contrast with representations of the Holocaust and its horrors. On one
hand, the 9/11 attacks were widely seen as acts of flat-out destructiveness that
differed from genocide only in their more limited scale. Media coverage
emphasized their horrific nature in graphic and even lurid terms, with such
periodicals as Newsweek and Time publishing special editions containing color-
drenched images ...

Rethinking Civilization

Author: Majid Tehranian
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136036547
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The freedom of the press is guaranteed only to those who own one. (A. J.
Liebling, The New Yorker, May 14, 1960) The terrorist attacks on the United
States on September 11, 2001 demonstrated that we live in an interdependent,
vulnerable, and fragile global village. This village, however, does not enjoy the
intimacy of face-to-face communication between the villagers. We live in a largely
mediated world ruled by government media monopolies or commercial media
oligopolies that ...