Mass Media and the Genocide of the Armenians: One Hundred Years of Uncertain Representation

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Stefanie Kappler, Sylvia Kasparian, Richard Godin, Joceline Chabot
Palgrave Macmillan UK, Nov 2, 2015 - History - 241 pages
The role of the mass media in genocide is multifaceted with respect to the disclosure and flow of information. This volume investigates questions of responsibility, denial, victimisation and marginalisation through an analysis of the media representations of the Armenian genocide in different national contexts.

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Adam Muller, University of Manitoba, Canada SÚvane Garibian, University of Geneva, Switzerland Benedetta Guerzoni, Independent Scholar, Italy Tessa Hofmann, Independent Scholar, Germany Louisine Abrahamyan, Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute, Armenia Dominika Maria Macios, Independent Scholar, Poland Sait ăetino?lu, Independent Scholar, Turkey Suzan Meryem Rosita AlJadeeah, European University Institute (Florence), Italy Claire Mouradian, ╔cole des Hautes ╔tudes en Sciences Sociales, France

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