Framing Terrorism: The News Media, the Government, and the Public


Terrorism now dominates the headlines of all the networks from New York to London, and Rome to Moscow and is spreading from Al Jazeera in Qatar to Islamabad, Riyadh, Baghdad, and Kabul. The contributors of this new work begin by focusing on how governments, security forces, and terrorist groups seek to manipulate the news, including the legal and normative issues of formal and informal government censorship and curbs on freedom of the press. The contributors compare coverage of 9/11 to coverage of other incidents of terrorist violence, including Israel-Palestine and Northern Ireland. They then focus upon how journalists construct the news and how the public responds to news coverage - including 'rallying-around-the-flag', public attention and comprehension of terrorist events, and the public's response to issues of civil liberties vs. security.

Additional information

Includes content by:
  • Pippa Norris
  • Montague Kern
  • Marion Just
  • Doris A. Graber
  • Robin Brown
  • Pippa Norris
  • Montague Kern
  • Marion Just
  • Doris A. Graber
  • Robin Brown
  • Tamar Liebes
  • Anat First
  • Tim Cooke
  • Todd M. Schaefer
  • Amy E. Jasperson
  • Mansour O. El-Kikhia
  • Brigitte L. Nacos
  • Oscar Torres-Reyna
  • Frank Louis Rusciano
  • Michael W. Traugott
  • Ted Brader
  • Ronald Inglehart
  • Paul Brewer
  • Sean Aday
  • Kimberly Gross
  • Leonie Huddy
  • Stanley Feldman
  • Charles Taber
  • Gallya Lahav
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • New York
Publication year:
  • 2003