Media and Political Conflict: News from the Middle East

@inproceedings{Wolfsfeld1997MediaAP,
  title={Media and Political Conflict: News from the Middle East},
  author={Gadi Wolfsfeld},
  year={1997}
}
Introduction Part I. The Rules of Combat: 1. The structural dimension: the struggle over access 2. The cultural dimension: the struggle over meaning 3. Media influence and political outcomes Part II. The Contests: 4. Political movements and media access: the struggle against the Oslo Accord 5. Competing frames of the Oslo Accord: a chance for peace or a national disaster? 6. Controlling the media in insurrections and wars: the intifada and the Gulf war 7. The contest over media frames in the… Expand
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