The Israeli-Egyptian peace process in the reporting of western journalists [electronic resource] / Mohammed el-Nawawy
- El-Nawawy, Mohammed, 1968-
- Westport, Conn. : Praeger, 2002.
- Physical Description:
- xvi, 214 pages ; 24 cm.
- Civic discourse for the third millennium
- Machine generated contents note: 1.Historical View -- 2.Oslo and After -- 3.Arabs and Israelis in the Western News Media: Images and Stereotypes -- 4.The Israeli and Egyptian Cultures: An In-Depth Analysis -- 5.An "Insider" in Egypt; an "Outsider" in Israel -- 6.The Culture of Foreign Correspondents -- 7.Corespondents' Demographics and Their Professional Roles -- 8.Hypotheses for Analyzing the Recent Reporting and Views of Western Journalists for the Arab-Israel Conflict -- 9.The Interview Process and the News Media Scenes in Israel and Egypt -- 10.Government-Media Relationships and Direct Censorship in Israel and Egypt -- 11.The Newsmaking Model for the Analysis of Government-Media Relationships in Israel and Egypt -- 12.The Public Relations Asymmetric Model for the Analysis of Government-Press Relationships in Israel and Egypt -- 13.A Personal Assessment of Newsmaking and Public Relations Asymmetric Models in the Context of Government-Press Relationships in Israel and Egypt -- 14.An Analysis of Newsmaking and Asymmetric Models in the Recent Reporting of Western Journalists on the Israeli-Egyptian Peace Process -- 15.An Analysis of the Cultural Impact on the Reporting of Western Journalists in Israel and Egypt -- App. A Western Correspondents' Demographic Backgrounds in Israel and Egypt.
- 0313010501 (e-Book), 9780313010507 (e-Book), 1567505449 (alk. paper), and 9781567505443 (alk. paper)
- AVAILABLE ONLINE TO AUTHORIZED PSU USERS.
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references (pages -209) and index.
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