Images Lead to Varying Perceptions

Kornmiller, Debbie
September 2002
Nieman Reports;Fall2002, Vol. 56 Issue 3, p74
Evaluates the Middle East photographic coverage done by the periodical 'Arizona Daily Star.' Actions instituted by the periodical based on the suggestions of the readers; Different reactions of readers to the front page photograph of Subhiah al-Ghoul grieving over her son, a suicide bomber, and a second photo showing Israel Prime Minister Ariel Sharon with a bombed bus in the background; Explanation on the decision of the periodical to publish the photographs.


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