Tag Archives: 9/11

Forum: Religion and violence

From Millennium – Journal of International Studies The 9/11 terrorist attacks had a grave impact on the way the conflict dynamics in world politics have been shaped, structured and interpreted since then. To fight or prevent international terrorism still appears … Continue reading

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Unveiling the American-Muslim press

Unveiling the American-Muslim press: News agendas, frames, and functions From Journalism This study compares the coverage of two major American-Muslim publications, they reveal themselves to be overwhelmingly UScentric, focusing on domestic political and community affairs rather than the so-called ‘Muslim … Continue reading

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9/11 The day that changed the world: A selection of articles

This Sunday marks the ten year anniversary of 9/11. SAGE has opened access to a selection of relevant articles to recognize the occasion from a range of journals considering different aspects and impacts. Challenging the ‘official’ story of 9/11: Community narratives and conspiracy … Continue reading

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