Split Vision: The Portrayal of Arabs in the American Media

By: Ghareeb, Edmund (editor)

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BF6 - A tight, clean, sound copy with minor overall shelf wear with some very, very light bumping at the right board corners plus there is some very light tape staining on the outside board surfaces from where the dust jacket was taped to the boards plus there are the usual library stamps, labels, and pocket on the front and back free endpapers, title page, and copyright page. The dust jacket shows very minor overll shelf wear plus it is still in the original library mylar sleeve. With a foreword by Georgie Anne Geyer, a preface by James Abourezk, and an introduction by Edmund Ghareeb. A book that examines how American educational literauture and news reporting have created a predisposition among Americans to accept and perpetuate media stereotyping of the arabs and the issues important to them. This book is made up of a collection of interviews with major journalists as well as a collection of essays on the subject by various writers. 402p.

Title: Split Vision: The Portrayal of Arabs in the American Media

Author: Ghareeb, Edmund (editor)

Categories: Entertainment, Ethnic Studies, Essays, U.S. Politics, Pop Culture Criticism, Popular Culture, Ethnic Relations,

Edition: 2nd Printing

Publisher: Washington, DC, USA, American-Arab Affairs Council: 1983

ISBN: 094318200X

ISBN 13: 9780943182001

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Good

Jacket Condition: Very Good

Type: Ex-Library

Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall

Book ID: SCW09179

Keywords: Nonfiction Non-fiction American Media Journalism Journalist Journalists Portrayal Arab Arabs Foreign News Language Arts Disciplines Interview Interviews inter-Arab Relations Arab-Israeli Conflict US-Arab Affairs Foreign Relations Bias Essay Essays Media S,