Do Words and Pictures From the Middle East Matter?

Khouri, Rami G.
September 2002
Nieman Reports;Fall2002, Vol. 56 Issue 3, p82
Argues that the U.S. policy is not affected by the way news is reported in Middle East. Discussion on the pro-Israeli bias in U.S. media; Reason for the little impact of the U.S. media's broad pro-Israeli bias on U.S. policy or conditions in the Middle East; Factors which lead U.S. citizens to feel strongly about Middle Eastern issues.


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