‘Get shot of the lot of them’: election reporting of Muslims in British newspapers

@article{Richardson2009GetSO,
  title={‘Get shot of the lot of them’: election reporting of Muslims in British newspapers},
  author={John Adkins Richardson},
  journal={Patterns of Prejudice},
  year={2009},
  volume={43},
  pages={355 - 377}
}
ABSTRACT Journalism provides us with a window on the ways that social, ethnic and religious sameness/diversity is viewed. Hence, an examination of the ideas and arguments in the journalistic media provides us with insights into social ideas and attitudes, specifically into the understandings of who ‘we’ are and who ‘they’ are that are circulating at any one time. Richardson examines the ways that British Muslims were represented in British national newspapers, both broadsheet and tabloid… 
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