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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Amal Mohammed Al-Malki; et al
|ISBN:||9781780930428 1780930429 9781780931258 1780931255|
|Description:||xxvi, 466 p. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Searching for Arab females in Arab news --
Thinking through a coding scheme --
The coding scheme and experimental sample --
Results of the coding study --
Females up close --
Anger & Resistance --
Aspiration & Drive --
Ranking activeness --
Barriers to empowerment --
Ranking empowerment --
Fear & threat --
Fear & threat in war zones --
Uncommon stories of patriarchy/misogyny --
Sadness & hopelessness.
|Responsibility:||Amal Mohammed Al-Malki ... [et al.].|
"Historically, Western readers have often stereotyped Arab women as "passive" along a rigid and largely prejudicial binary of active-passive. When Arab women were traditionally portrayed in Western photojournalism, they appeared veiled and voiceless, their words spoken for them in captions and voice-overs. But where do Arab women stand in current Arab news? Are Western stereotypes reinforced or complicated?"--P.  of cover.
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