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Re-orienting the Orientalist Gaze

@article{Park2005ReorientingTO,
  title={Re-orienting the Orientalist Gaze},
  author={Jane Park and K. Wilkins},
  journal={Global media journal},
  year={2005},
  volume={4}
}
It is the job of media to construct images of people, events, and settings; it is the industry of media to do so in ways that reflect the political interests and economic parameters of the governing class. The result? Consistently narrow and misleading portrayals of social and cultural “others.” These characterizations become particularly problematic in relation to international and intercultural communities when the groups being constructed are not culturally proximate with those administering… Expand

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