Chapter 1 Introduction Part 2 Part I: Historical and Theoretical Background Chapter 3 1 The Political Economy of Globalization Chapter 4 2 U.S. Global Ideologies and Israeli/Palestinian National Ideologies Chapter 5 3 Television News Audiovisual Ideological Frames Chapter 6 4 Competing Macro-Frames Part 7 Part II: Micro-Frame Case Studies Chapter 8 5 Reports on al Qaeda Terror and the U.S.-Led "War against Terror" Chapter 9 6 The al Aksa Intifada Chapter 10 7 Summary Discussion of Case Studies Chapter 11 Bibliography
Nitzan Ben-Shaul is senior lecturer of film and television at Tel Aviv University.
A Violent World is a valuable contribution to critical media studies and more specifically to a better understanding of comparative international media. -- Courtney C. Radsch, American University International Journal of Communication A Violent World is a unique book that provides an original and comprehensive analysis connecting global political and economic developments and ideologies with TV reports about violence. This is a bold and excellent analysis that uses macrolevel perspective to explain the contents of the mainstream news. Thus, this book provides a meaningful contribution not only to the studies of communication, but also to political science, economics, political psychology, and studies of culture. -- Daniel Bar-Tal, past president, the International Society of Political Psychology