DOI:​10.1177/1750635209345185
Corpus ID: 144850273
Al-Jazeera English and global news networks: clash of civilizations or cross-cultural dialogue?
Shawn M. Powers, M. el-Nawawy
Published 2009
Sociology
Media, War & Conflict
This article examines the role of the global news media in either furthering the balkanization of the global news environment or moving towards a globally connected and engaged aggregation of publics… Expand
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