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Media Development 2016/2 pdfs

Media Development 2016/2

Islamophobia and the Media

“We have to acknowledge that the media, more often than not, shape and actively craft public opinion rather than mirroring it. We still live in a time where the majority of people assume they are being fed facts as opposed to opinions or editorialised facts. They take the media, particularly the news, as the truth.”
– Afia Ahmed Chaudhry



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Media Development 2016/2 editorial
Philip Lee

How do the media fuel Islamophobia
Afia Ahmed Chaudhry

Islamophobia in Europe
Open Society Foundations

El elogio de la diferencia
Open Society Foundations

Negative media portrayal of Islam
Belinda F. Espiritu

Muslim resilience and the right to communicate
Aliaa Dakroury

New Zealand newspaper coverage of Islam and Muslims
Shah Nister Kabir

Jerry Falwell Jr. is spreading Islamophobia
Eboo Patel


Indian democracy and governance
Vincent Rajkumar

Medios y despolitización
Carlos A. Valle

On the Screen

Book Review

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