Islamic Peril: Media and Global Violence
The Islamic Peril examines how the international mass media play a key role in the complex and contradictory process through which Muslim societies are portrayed. Karim believes that the gulf between Islam and the West must be bridged and that the media have an ethical obligation to provide coverage while avoiding generalizations and stereotypes.
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