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If It Was Not For Terrorism by Banu Baybars Hawks, Lami Baruh

If It Was Not For Terrorism

Description : If It Was Not for Terrorism: Crisis, Compromise, and Elite Discourse in the Age of “War on Terror” aims to investigate questions regarding the hegemonic power that is exercised by elites (and mass media) through the discourse of “War on Terror.” The chapters in the volume provide case studies from a wide variety of geographies to debate questions regarding the construction of the meaning of “terrorism,” communication of collective identities and otherness, and media frames regarding the “War on Terror,” civil liberties, and government restrictions. In bringing this collection together, it was the editors’ intention to provide a venue for discussion of expressions and diverse concerns around the themes of media and terrorism from international and interdisciplinary perspectives. The edited volume is divided into two parts. The first part focuses on elite discourse about the definition of “terrorism” and discursive strategies involved in construction of “us” vs. “others.” The second part of the volume investigates issues related to media framing of the compromises that are deemed necessary for success in the “War on Terror.” At the same time, several chapters of this part also identify opportunities for resistance to hegemonic discourse.

Subtitle : Crisis, Compromise, and Elite Discourse in the Age of “War on Terror”

Authors : Banu Baybars Hawks, Lami Baruh

Published Date : 2011-07-12

Publisher : Cambridge Scholars Publishing

ISBN : 9781443832335

Page : 230 Pages

Categories : Language Arts & Disciplines

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