Framing the Intifada

Framing the Intifada

Author: Akiba A. Cohen

Publisher: Praeger

ISBN: UOM:39015029877308

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 214

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The intifada, which began in December 1987, has become one of the longest running confrontations within the broad context of the Israeli-Arab conflict. This volume is not concerned with why the intifada phenomenon began, how it developed, or possible scenarios for the future. Rather, it is about communication and the intifada: what people have been saying, thinking, and writing about the conflict and about the messages being produced by the mass media. The book is a collection of studies conducted mostly in Israel and some other Western countries.
Framing the Intifada
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