Between the headlines of the Israeli - Arabic conflict: the coverage of CNN and Al Jazeera

The purpose of this article is to analyze the coverage made by CNN and Al Jazeera (in Arabic) to operation Caste Lead and the Goldstone Report during 2008 and 2009. This investigation is based in the theory of Qualitative Analysis of Content, by Wildemuth and Zhang. The methodology follows up with t...

Descripción completa

Detalles Bibliográficos
Autor Principal: Hemelberg, Stephany
Otros Autores: Jaramillo-Jassir, Mauricio
Formato: Trabajo de grado (Bachelor Thesis)
Lenguaje:Español (Spanish)
Publicado: Universidad del Rosario 2015
Materias:
Acceso en línea:http://repository.urosario.edu.co/handle/10336/11629
id ir-10336-11629
recordtype dspace
institution EdocUR - Universidad del Rosario
collection DSpace
language Español (Spanish)
topic Cast Lead, Goldstone, Arab- Israeli conflict, CNN, Al Jazeera, Israel, Palestine, Middle East, Gaza, Qualitative Analysis of Content
Medios noticiosos, periodismo, publicación
Periodismo
Política y prensa
Conflictos internacionales
Periodismo por televisión
Cast Lead, Goldstone, Arab- Israeli conflict, CNN, Al Jazeera, Israel, Palestine, Middle East, Gaza, Qualitative Analysis of Content
spellingShingle Cast Lead, Goldstone, Arab- Israeli conflict, CNN, Al Jazeera, Israel, Palestine, Middle East, Gaza, Qualitative Analysis of Content
Medios noticiosos, periodismo, publicación
Periodismo
Política y prensa
Conflictos internacionales
Periodismo por televisión
Cast Lead, Goldstone, Arab- Israeli conflict, CNN, Al Jazeera, Israel, Palestine, Middle East, Gaza, Qualitative Analysis of Content
Hemelberg, Stephany
Between the headlines of the Israeli - Arabic conflict: the coverage of CNN and Al Jazeera
description The purpose of this article is to analyze the coverage made by CNN and Al Jazeera (in Arabic) to operation Caste Lead and the Goldstone Report during 2008 and 2009. This investigation is based in the theory of Qualitative Analysis of Content, by Wildemuth and Zhang. The methodology follows up with the one proposed by the authors in the main theory, complementing it with the Gamson and Modigliani´s Framing theory. The methodology mention above display the different in the coverage development, determined by the geopolitical influences; being CNN more influenced by a Western pro USA and pro Israeli speech, while Al Jazeera is more prone to support the Palestinian cause, this is the thesis of this article. During the development of the investigation, the thesis was demonstrated to be only partially accurate as CNN was not completely supportive to the Israeli arguments during the coverage, but Al Jazeera did have preferential speech for the Palestinian cause.
author2 Jaramillo-Jassir, Mauricio
author_facet Jaramillo-Jassir, Mauricio
Hemelberg, Stephany
format Trabajo de grado (Bachelor Thesis)
author Hemelberg, Stephany
author_sort Hemelberg, Stephany
title Between the headlines of the Israeli - Arabic conflict: the coverage of CNN and Al Jazeera
title_short Between the headlines of the Israeli - Arabic conflict: the coverage of CNN and Al Jazeera
title_full Between the headlines of the Israeli - Arabic conflict: the coverage of CNN and Al Jazeera
title_fullStr Between the headlines of the Israeli - Arabic conflict: the coverage of CNN and Al Jazeera
title_full_unstemmed Between the headlines of the Israeli - Arabic conflict: the coverage of CNN and Al Jazeera
title_sort between the headlines of the israeli - arabic conflict: the coverage of cnn and al jazeera
publisher Universidad del Rosario
publishDate 2015
url http://repository.urosario.edu.co/handle/10336/11629
_version_ 1645141143603642368
spelling ir-10336-116292019-09-19T12:37:54Z Between the headlines of the Israeli - Arabic conflict: the coverage of CNN and Al Jazeera Hemelberg, Stephany Jaramillo-Jassir, Mauricio Cast Lead, Goldstone, Arab- Israeli conflict, CNN, Al Jazeera, Israel, Palestine, Middle East, Gaza, Qualitative Analysis of Content Medios noticiosos, periodismo, publicación Periodismo Política y prensa Conflictos internacionales Periodismo por televisión Cast Lead, Goldstone, Arab- Israeli conflict, CNN, Al Jazeera, Israel, Palestine, Middle East, Gaza, Qualitative Analysis of Content The purpose of this article is to analyze the coverage made by CNN and Al Jazeera (in Arabic) to operation Caste Lead and the Goldstone Report during 2008 and 2009. This investigation is based in the theory of Qualitative Analysis of Content, by Wildemuth and Zhang. The methodology follows up with the one proposed by the authors in the main theory, complementing it with the Gamson and Modigliani´s Framing theory. The methodology mention above display the different in the coverage development, determined by the geopolitical influences; being CNN more influenced by a Western pro USA and pro Israeli speech, while Al Jazeera is more prone to support the Palestinian cause, this is the thesis of this article. During the development of the investigation, the thesis was demonstrated to be only partially accurate as CNN was not completely supportive to the Israeli arguments during the coverage, but Al Jazeera did have preferential speech for the Palestinian cause. The purpose of this article is to analyze the coverage made by CNN and Al Jazeera (in Arabic) to operation Caste Lead and the Goldstone Report during 2008 and 2009. This investigation is based in the theory of Qualitative Analysis of Content, by Wildemuth and Zhang. The methodology follows up with the one proposed by the authors in the main theory, complementing it with the Gamson and Modigliani´s Framing theory. The methodology mention above display the different in the coverage development, determined by the geopolitical influences; being CNN more influenced by a Western pro USA and pro Israeli speech, while Al Jazeera is more prone to support the Palestinian cause, this is the thesis of this article. During the development of the investigation, the thesis was demonstrated to be only partially accurate as CNN was not completely supportive to the Israeli arguments during the coverage, but Al Jazeera did have preferential speech for the Palestinian cause. 2015-08-08 2016-01-29T16:45:45Z info:eu-repo/semantics/bachelorThesis info:eu-repo/semantics/acceptedVersion http://repository.urosario.edu.co/handle/10336/11629 spa http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nd/2.5/co/ info:eu-repo/semantics/openAccess application/pdf Universidad del Rosario Periodismo y Opinión Pública Escuela de Ciencias Humanas reponame:Repositorio Institucional EdocUR instname:Universidad del Rosario Al Jazeera. (2006). Code of Ethics. Al Jazeera America , 1. Association, T. T.-b. (2009, January 14). Israel explains Gaza media restrictions. CNN. (CNN, Interviewer) Bashri, M. (2012). Facebook revolutions: Transitions in the Arab world, transitions in media coverage? A comparative analysis of CNN and Al Jazeera English’s online coverage of the Tunisian and Egyptian revolutions. Journal of Arab & Muslim Media Research . BBC. (2008, March 12). Israel accuses al-Jazeera of bias. London, United Kindom. Beaumont, P., Blake, G. H., & Wagstaff, J. M. (1988). The Middle East: A Geographical Study. (D. Fulton, Ed.) London: Halsted pr Paper back. Bradley, J. (1993). Methodological issues and practices in qualitative research. Chicago: Library Quarterly. CBN News. (2009, February 03). Gov't. Sanctions on al-Jazeera in Israel. Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel. CNN. (2009). Israel explains Gaza media restrictions. CNN online , 1. Cunningham, B. (2008, April 04). Dave Marash: Why I Quit. Columbis Journalisim Review , 1. Entman, R. M. (2004). Projections of Power: Framing News, Public Opinion, and U.S. Foreign Policy. Chicago: University of Chicago. Friedman, M. (2008). Israel imposes sanctions on Al-Jazeera. Boston, United States: The Boston Globe. Gulfnews.com. (2014). UAE, Saudi Arabia and Bahrain recall their ambassadors from Qatar. gulfnews.com , 1. Harvard Kennely School. (2010). The early Campaing. Boston: hHarvard Kennely School. J.Prince, C. (2014). In front of CNN, hundreds protest anti-Israel media bias. The Times of Israel . Jenaibi, A. (2010). The Competition Between Al-Jazeera’s Arab News Diversity and US Channels: Content Analysis of Iraq War. Toronto: CANADIAN SOCIAL SCIENCE. Lewis, A. (2002). Turkey and Israel: Reciprocal and Mutual Imaginary in the media 1994 to 1994. Quebec. Modigliani, G. W. (1989). Media discurse and public opinion on neclear power: A constructionist approach. American Journal of Socialogy. Neiman Reports. (2001). The Elements of Journalisim. Boston: Harvard Unviersty. Powers, S. (2009). THE GEOPOLITICS OF THE NEWS:THE CASE OF THE AL JAZEERA NETWORK. California, United States: UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. Profets. Torah, Genesis 17. : . Ronen, A. (1998). The oldest human groups in the Levant. Haifa, Israel: Department of Archaeology, University of Haifa. Schenk, S. a. ( 2010). Does Al Jazeera provide contra flow information? How the Iranian election and its consequences were framed on Al Jazeera Arabic and CNN International a Student paper. Singapore: Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Communication Association, Suntec Singapore International Convention & Exhibition Centre, Suntec City, Singapore Online. Shah, A. (2007, August). Iraq War Media Reporting, Journalism and Propaganda Author And Page Information . Glabl Issues , 1. The Guardian. (2012, September 30). Al-Jazeera's political independence questioned amid Qatar intervention. The Guardian , 1. The New York Times. (1948). Zionists proclaim new state of Israel; Truman recognizes it and hopes for peace; Tel Aviv is bombed, Egypt orders invasion. The New York Times , 1. United States Department of State Office of the Coordinator for Counterterrorism. (2006). Country Reports on Terrorism 2005. Washington D.C: Office of the Coordinator for Counterterrorism. Vreese, C. H. (2005). News framing: Theory and typology. In C. H. Vreese, Information Design Journal (p. 51). Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company . Wildemuth, Y. Z. (2009). Qualitative Analysis of Content . Houston, Texas: University of Texas.
score 11,489418