MUSLIMS IN BRAZILIAN AND SPANISH NEWSPAPER HEADLINES BEFORE 9/11 2001 – A PSYCHOSOCIAL PERSPECTIVE

@article{Durandegui2015MUSLIMSIB,
  title={MUSLIMS IN BRAZILIAN AND SPANISH NEWSPAPER HEADLINES BEFORE 9/11 2001 – A PSYCHOSOCIAL PERSPECTIVE},
  author={A. B. Durandegui},
  journal={Interamerican Journal of Psychology},
  year={2015},
  volume={49},
  pages={88-101}
}
Although nations in the Iberian realm of cultural influence have recently acquired institutional features of modernity, they have maintained specific views of collective mobilization regarding what it is assumed to be a reasonable representation, contact and interaction with Muslims. We compared data collected in 2001 – before 9/11 – from Brazilian and Spanish broadsheet headlines. Drawing upon intergroup relation’s psychosocial literature, we focused on the debate around the reporting of… Expand

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