Moving Coverage Beyond a Woman's Veil

Sohrabi, Naghmeh
December 2001
Nieman Reports;Winter2001, Vol. 55 Issue 4, p110
Observes that important stories about women in Iran are submerged by inaccurate assumptions. Suggestions to improve the coverage of Iranian women in the international media; Two most important constraints on those writing about Iran; Reasons that the job of journalists reporting on Iran, and particularly about women in Iran, requires a higher degree of self-criticism.


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