Muslims and the news media
Set in both British and international contexts, this text is designed as a comprehensive and critical textbook which clearly establishes the links between context, content, production and audiences. Looking closely at a wide range of journalistic genres the authors examine the influence of Muslims in the processes of news production, and the ways in which audiences, both Muslim and non-Muslim, consume this media. The book brings together different perspectives to provide insights into the representation-and misrepresentation-of Islam and Muslims today.
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