Broadcast coverage of Gaddafi's final hours in images and headlines: A brutal lynch or the desired death of a terrorist?

@article{Karniel2015BroadcastCO,
  title={Broadcast coverage of Gaddafi's final hours in images and headlines: A brutal lynch or the desired death of a terrorist?},
  author={Y. Karniel and Amit Lavie-Dinur and Tal Azran},
  journal={International Communication Gazette},
  year={2015},
  volume={77},
  pages={171 - 188}
}
Gruesome images of Muammar Gaddafi's assassination were broadcast on international news networks. The display of such images raises significant questions about the way the media cover an individual's death; in this case, an individual who was the leader of a United Nations member country and, at the same time, considered by many to be an enemy and a terrorist. The study examined 1,380 images of Gaddafi's last days, from five international news networks, and found that the Israeli channel… Expand

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