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Media plays an integral role in forming public perceptions on matters of all dimension, varying from small, entertainment tidbits to wide-ranging world affairs. This research examines how the New York Times framed the keywords Muslim and Islam before and after the 9/11 attacks. Qualitative and quantitative content analyses were used to evaluate articles published 30-days b Media plays an integral role in forming public perceptions on matters of all dimension, varying from small, entertainment tidbits to wide-ranging world affairs. This research examines how the New York Times framed the keywords Muslim and Islam before and after the 9/11 attacks. Qualitative and quantitative content analyses were used to evaluate articles published 30-days before and after 9/11/2001. The objectives of this research were to explore media depictions and framing techniques employed by the New York Times along with analyzing and comparing descriptive text surrounding the words Islam and Muslim.


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Media plays an integral role in forming public perceptions on matters of all dimension, varying from small, entertainment tidbits to wide-ranging world affairs. This research examines how the New York Times framed the keywords Muslim and Islam before and after the 9/11 attacks. Qualitative and quantitative content analyses were used to evaluate articles published 30-days b Media plays an integral role in forming public perceptions on matters of all dimension, varying from small, entertainment tidbits to wide-ranging world affairs. This research examines how the New York Times framed the keywords Muslim and Islam before and after the 9/11 attacks. Qualitative and quantitative content analyses were used to evaluate articles published 30-days before and after 9/11/2001. The objectives of this research were to explore media depictions and framing techniques employed by the New York Times along with analyzing and comparing descriptive text surrounding the words Islam and Muslim.

17 review for Evaluating the Framing of Islam and Muslims Pre- And Post-9/11 - A Contextual Analysis of Articles Published by the New York Times

  1. 5 out of 5

    Amy

    Good quick academic read looking at the framing of Muslims and Islam in the immediate aftermath of 9/11 by the media. While I found this to be a valuable publication, I would have liked a bit more longitudinal data and consideration. How have these frames changed or remained the same over time. this might be an area for future consideration.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Emma

    Very interesting. It appears Sara J. Ahmad has done extensive research and she brings her readers to a good conclusions. It is only a short read as well.

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